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Use of Lazer method (fetal biopsy, assisted hatching)

Having a laser system can help address an assortment of cases in ART while improving the work process. Thus, it is common today for embryology labs having a laser framework connected to the microscope in the ICSI working station.

You are presumably well acquainted with lasers for assisted Hatching or embryo biopsy since these are the most broadly defined applications. There might be alternate ways through which you can take advantage of a laser system.

Assisted Hatching:

Assisted Hatching is a medical treatment utilized as a part of the IVF process. This was the first application and primary reason why laser systems were initially created for IVF.

This method helps those couple who goes through IVF measure. The chance of a successful pregnancy is increased with the help of assisted Hatching, especially for women older than 38. It provides them an opportunity to have a child. Women who are coping with endometriosis will find this treatment helpful too.
Assisted Hatching is suggested only to the infertile couples who have not been successful in the IVF process.. It comprises opening the zona pellucida to help the embryo during its hatching process. There are fundamentally 2 distinct methodologies for laser-assisted Hatching, generally described as "zona drilling" and "zona thinning".

Zona drilling - When the zona pellucida is thick, it is difficult for the embryo to hatch out of the shell. Assisted Hatching may help in this situation. A cut is opened through the zona pellucida by applying a couple of laser pulses, made which may assist it with implantation when transferred.

Zona thinning - A series of numerous laser pulses is applied along a portion of the zona pellucida to decrease its thickness.

Embryo Biopsy:

When preimplantation genetic testing of the embryo is shown, a combination of cells should be eliminated from the embryo for subsequent analysis. This is done by removing a blastomere at day 3 or by taking out the polar body. These days, this is ideally done by trophectoderm biopsy, a process wherein trophectoderm cells will be extracted and analyzed, with the goal that the internal cell mass, and consequently future fetus, can be left intact.

Embryo Biopsy is suggested in cases of increased maternal age, repetitive implantation failure, recurrent pregnancy loss, hereditary disease, idiopathic infertility.

If you are dealing with any of these issues, our clinic has these facilities to help you to have your own baby.

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