Overview for IVF Techniques for the Beginners
The field of reproductive medicine and clinical embryology has expanded over the past few years. With the advancements in the field of assisted reproductive technologies, our understanding of the reproductive medicine has progressed manifold.
Along with this increase in the knowledge of basic reproductive sciences and pioneering work being done in this field, new and advanced equipment, and culture media have been developed. Advanced assisted reproductive technology (ART) laboratories have been created to carry out procedures with sophisticated equipment to treat infertility. The demand for clinicians and embryologists is ever increasing along with the need for trained IVF technicians.
Clinical embryologists and technicians should be well aware of laboratory protocols, laboratory maintenance and standardization.
The aim of the book has been to bring together researchers, clinicians and embryologists on one platform to share their views on various aspects of cryobiology.
In this embryology companion, we have covered essential clinical aspects and common clinical embryology challenges pertaining to this subspecialty.
In this companion the authors have covered all essential clinical aspects of ART and common clinical challenges pertaining to this subspecialty. A wealth of subjects pertaining to basics of ovum pick-up, culture media, andrology, surgical sperm retrieval techniques, micromanipulation, and cryobiology with newer protocols for ovarian cortex freezing. Vitrifications of embryos and oocytes have been thoroughly covered.