Embryoscope IVF

An Innovation In The IVF Laboratory

The embryologist can observe embryo cellular activities while the embryos are still in the incubator using an Embryoscope IVF, a novel form of the incubator. The incubator contains a built-in camera that can take timed pictures of the embryos. These images are then merged together to generate a time-lapse video that depicts the embryo's development at each stage. The embryology team can determine if development is proceeding normally by examining when and how the embryos divide. An incubator is designed to precisely imitate the physiological parameters in a woman's body in order to offer the best possible environment for the embryos while they are in the IVF lab.

About Embryoscope IVF

Vital embryo inspections and images can be created with this technique while the embryos remain unaffected in the incubator's ideal settings. It also gives you access to more information to assist you to identify the embryos with the best chance of becoming pregnant. The Embryoscope IVF has the potential to increase fertilization outcomes when compared to a standard incubator.

It offers our embryology experts with highly precise information about an embryo's development so that they can pick embryos with the best chance of successful treatment. This does not, however, guarantee that the embryo will implant and result in a healthy pregnancy and birth. Many factors can impact the result of an IVF cycle, but one of the most important is ensuring that the most viable embryos are implanted. The benefits of Embryoscope IVF are-

  • The image quality is superior.
  • Increases your chances of getting pregnant
  • More information about the embryo is provided.
  • Like a human womb, it modulates carbon dioxide and temperature.
  • New patients can get a tape recording of their infant from conception till embryo transfer.
  • Allows embryologists to visually track the development
  • Allows embryologists to select which embryo is the healthiest and most viable for transfer.
  • Let the embryologists monitor and assess embryo development in a non-disruptive manner.

Embryos in an Embryoscope IVF are never removed for study, unlike those in standard incubators. This lowers the risk of injury, improves quality, and increases the likelihood of a successful pregnancy.

Wrapping Up

Embryoscope IVF is a one-of-a-kind technology that combines a cutting-edge incubation environment with a high-resolution microscope camera system to enable a thorough examination of embryo growth. The ability to select the "best embryo(s)" that are most likely to result in a safe pregnancy depends on being able to observe the characteristics of embryo growth. In addition to the time-lapse movie's medical evaluation, each patient's picture compilation is handed to them as a unique memento.