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Together. All the way. – A blog about creating optimal conditions for successful IVF

Together. All the way. – A blog about creating optimal conditions for successful IVF
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Dr. Tine Qvistgaard Kajhøj

Tine did her PhD in the stem cell field. One of her responsibilities at Vitrolife is holding workshops where clinics both get started with and develop their skills in using time-lapse technology, in order to improve their results.

Help your patients understand their treatment using time-lapse images

By Dr. Tine Qvistgaard Kajhøj, Feb 24, 2017

The use of time-lapse technology in IVF has in many parts of the world become a standard of care. The benefits are many, including the ability to communicate with patients about their treatments. A recent study aimed to find out how the patients value to view time-lapse sequences of their embryos at the time of embryo transfer.
 
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Recap from ASRM 2016 

By Dr. Tine Qvistgaard Kajhøj, Nov 4, 2016

Another ASRM is over with lots of interesting new science presented. As always the programme covered a large variety of topics. In this blog I will highlight some of the studies and sessions which I found of particular interest.
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The language of embryology is evolving – a guide to understanding time-lapse nomenclature

By Dr. Tine Qvistgaard Kajhøj, Sep 28, 2016

New assessment methods call for new assessment measures. Having a common nomenclature can form the basis for clearer communication of embryo assessment and evaluation. The nomenclature described in this blog post is what we have found to facilitate ease of agreement and understanding between time-lapse users.
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Using PGS and time-lapse in synergy will enhance your decision making

By Dr. Tine Qvistgaard Kajhøj, Feb 29, 2016

Embryo viability after transfer depends on the embryo itself, the environment in which it has been before transfer and the uterine environment into which it is transferred to. Picking out the embryo(s) most likely to be viable is the goal of any embryo selection process. Both time-lapse and preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) are well established methods for enhancing the chance of transferring a viable embryo. In this blog post I will describe how using them together can enhance your decision making.
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