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New IB Newsletter: Instituto Bernabeu Benidorm. New premises.

  • 27-07-2017

New issue of Instituto Bernabeu corporate newsletter (IB NEWSLETTER). Our fertility and gynaecology clinic in Benidorm is under renovation, with new facilities and cutting edge technology in order to maintain our high quality, personalised service.

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The Instituto Bernabeu correlates embryo quality with the appearance of mosaicism

  • 26-07-2017

A study by the Instituto Bernabeu has found a correlation between embryo quality and a greater probability of the appearance of mosaicism, the presence of normal cells together with other abnormal cells. For some time, the Instituto Bernabeu has followed different lines of research related to embryo mosaicism and its detection, since these embryos may have lower implantation rates and a greater risk of aneuploidy, a chromosomal abnormality that may lead to genetic disorders.

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An exceptional prick-free blood glucose monitor that gives readings over a mobile device is currently being used at our Endocrinology Unit

  • 20-07-2017

At Instituto Bernabeu, we are an innovative medical centre which applies the latest, cutting edge technologies and techniques to improve our patient's living standards.

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Dr. Joaquin Llacer to represent Spanish doctors at the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology until 2020

  • 19-07-2017

Dr. Joaquin Llacer, associate director at Instituto Bernabeu, has been elected to represent all Spanish specialist doctors at the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology.

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Instituto Bernabeu's premises in Benidorm are under refurbishment

  • 17-07-2017

Everything is changing in order to ensure that all remains the same. That is, offering a personalised treatment to every patient attending Instituto Bernabeu.

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The way in which the embryo divides during the first two days affects its future chromosome count

  • 12-07-2017

A study by the Instituto Bernabeu selected by the committee of experts of the international meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, held from 2 to 5 July in Geneva, finds a correlation between the manner in which embryo division takes place and the future chromosome count of the embryo. 

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New IB Newsletter: New examination aimed at testing couples with recurrent implantation failure

  • 06-07-2017

New issue of Instituto Bernabeu corporate newsletter (IB NEWSLETTER). Instituto Bernabeu leads the new research for the treatment of implantation failure of the embryo and its link with recurrent miscarriage. One of these lines of work is focused on the personalization of the treatment to the specific response of each patient.

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Instituto Bernabeu decreases the number of injections required for ovarian stimulation

  • 05-07-2017

Instituto Bernabeu has revolutionised the way in which drugs for ovarian stimulation are used. Three days' worth of medicine can be taken in a single injection thanks to a device known as the i-Port which is already being used by diabetics. During courses of fertility treatment and when ovarian stimulation lasting an average of ten days is carried out, drugs need to be administered using injections. Many of the women who come to our clinic admit to being afraid of needles.

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Instituto Bernabeu presents eleven items of scientific research at the ESHRE European human reproduction congress.

  • 03-07-2017

The Instituto Bernabeu Group will travel to Switzerland where the reproductive medicine clinic will present eleven pieces of research work carried out by experts at the reproductive medicine clinic. The international scientific committee at the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology has selected the research that will be made public during the 33rd edition of the annual congress to be held between 2nd and 5th July in Geneva.

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According to a clinical trial carried out by Instituto Bernabeu, patients prefer injected progesterone over vaginal medication

  • 28-06-2017

Patients undergoing treatment in the egg donation programme and patients undergoing frozen embryo transfer need to be administered progesterone. It is necessary for implantation and for the posterior progress of the pregnancy. Drugs can be administered either by means of a daily subcutaneous injection or vaginally over a period of at least three months. Given that this is a significant period of time, Instituto Bernabeu believes that it is key that the female patient feels at ease if she is to have a good quality of life.

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