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Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a simple, cost-effective, noninvasive first-line therapy for cervical factor, anovulatory infertility, moderate male factor, unexplained infertility, and immunological infertility. This is an intensive course designed to enable participants to get a complete insight into the pre-requisites and techniques associated with IUI. The course includes lectures on IUI Techniques, demonstrations as well as...
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This is a lecture and laboratory-based course that exposes students to all the theoretical aspects of ART and hands-on training, including embryo culture, oocyte retrieval, semen collection, sperm preparation for IVF and ICSI, fertilization assessment and embryo grading, and embryo transfer, as well as basic evaluation and treatment during an IVF cycle and third-party reproduction. Request...
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Course Description Male infertility is becoming a worldwide epidemic. Data suggest that male factor infertility is the sole cause of couple infertility in 10 to 15% of partners are afflicted by infertility problems. Of the men presenting for fertility investigation, up to 20% (or about 2% of most adult males in the general public) are found...
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Course Description The emergence of several new assisted reproduction techniques in recent years and new advances in biomedical knowledge of events in reproduction processes make it evident that there is a need to create permanent continuing education programmes for professionals in the field of human Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART). Participants in this course will be introduced...
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Course Description The major goals of IVF therapy are to obtain multiple fertilizable oocytes of good quality; to establish a single, healthy (euploid) pregnancy following embryo transfer to the uterine cavity; and to cryopreserve excess embryos of good quality to optimize the total reproductive potential.  Success rates following IVF treatment have increased significantly since the early...
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