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Medically Assisted Reproduction is conception achieved by coupling gametes outside intercourse. It is the process of fertilising an egg by spermatozoa outside the woman's body and transferring the embryo which is created under the right conditions into the uterus. However, this also includes the techniques of assisted reproduction, such as the intrauterine IUI), intracervical (ICU) and intravaginal (IVI) insemination.
For assisted reproduction to succeed, certain steps have to be made first.At Embryolab we follow specific steps for better results.
We begin by investigating and seeking for the reasons why until now a healthy pregnancy and a child in the house hasn't come about. If it's shown that there is an anatomical or physiological issue then we will intervene to deal with it. Then we apply the the most appropriate techniques in each case so that a healthy pregnancy is achieved
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At Embryolab, by continuously investing in the latest technology, safety, precision and speed are all guaranteed. Cutting-edge techniques are supported by innovations and technological excellence to get the best result possible in your treatment.
Electronic Traceability System
Embryolab, the first in Greece and among the first such Clinics globally, has chosen to incorporate into its operations the Electronic Traceability System.
This is now the most up-to-date system for monitoring lab procedures, which ensures the traceability, identification and photographic recording of all procedures performed.
The system records in detail all the actions that have been completed and ensures the proper flow of the next actions.
Embryolab is one of the first Fertility Clinics internationally to use the Embryoscope, the now most modern system for embryo culture and growth. It boasts integrated cameras to take pictures automatically from the moment the egg is fertilised until the day of embryo transfer.
In this way a time-lapse video in real time is produced, providing embryologists with a wealth of crucial information related to the morphological features of embryos during their development.
The accuracy of the measurements gives us the ability to apply the most suitable and safest protocols for each woman.