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IB Research: A new adenomyosis ultrasound marker

  • 07/14/16

Adenomyosis is a condition that is difficult to diagnose and it is far more common than it is often thought to be. Diagnosis needs to be based on clinical data and confirmed using imaging techniques. 

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Progress with a view to avoiding implantation failure: research on uterine contractions. IB research presented at the ESHRE 2016 European Fertility Congress

  • 07/12/16

The challenge faced by our unit which specialises in treating implantation failure and recurrent pregnancy loss is to search for therapeutic alternatives and to progress in our understanding of correct embryo implantation. The point at which the embryo is transferred is the climax and there is still much to learn about it from a scientific point of view.

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Creation of a device that maintains embryo temperature for transfer. Scientific progress for ESHRE 2016

  • 07/07/16

We have always known that embryos, as living things, are very sensitive to changes in temperature. Therefore, throughout the entire process in the in vitro fertilisation laboratory, we have systems that keep the temperature stable, except when actual embryo transfer takes place and, at which point, the embryo is taken from the incubator for transfer to the uterus.

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Does taking embryos out of the incubator for regular analysis affect development? IB clinical study. ESHRE 2016

  • 07/06/16

Instituto Bernabeu's commitment to giving patients the best chance of achieving pregnancy means we necessarily need to personalise each treatment and involve each department from each phase of assisted reproduction treatment in exploring new options, however insignificant they may seem. This can, sometimes, mean the difference between success and a negative beta result.

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