The discoveries that analogues of gonadotropin-releasing hormone and inhibitors of natural steroid hormone (oestradiol) have offered multiple options in terms of assisted reproduction, and have improved IVF success rates process and increasing the number of oocytes to optimize outcomes. This course is designed to deliver up to date information on the current protocols for the management of controlled ovarian stimulation in assisted reproduction technology, using tools such as response prediction, patient profile, choice of stimulation drug, and knowledge of the physiology of folliculogenesis. The course will also lay out ideal outcomes desired by patients, embryologists, clinicians following ART and fine-tuned, individualized approaches towards attaining these goals.
Course Duration: This 2-day course offers advanced lectures complemented hands-on activities and discussion with experts.
Course Package Fee: The course is $300.
CME Credits: 16