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New IB Newsletter: Creation of the first thermal gel "Incubator" that keeps the embryo temperature for the transfer

  • 08/25/16

The new Instituto Bernabeu newsletter is now available, dedicated to creation of the first thermal gel "Incubator" that keeps the embryo temperature for the transfer.

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Bernabeu Foundation delivers the scholaship for training and one year paid work to the outstandig student of the Master of Medicine

  • 08/24/16

Rafael Bernabeu Charitable Work Foundation has delivered this morning's scholarship of training and paid work to highlight student of the fifth edition of the Master of Reproductive Medicine organized by the University of Alicante and Instituto Bernabeu

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Analysis of uterine contractuality in patients with implantation failure. IB research for SEF, 2016.

  • 08/18/16

Implantation failure is one of reproductive medicine's biggest challenges and it is for this reason that our unit which specialises in its treatment is working on and researching new approaches. One of the new lines of research include approaches in order to reduce uterine contractuality so that embryo acceptance is facilitated during transfer.

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NEW ADENOMYOSIS CLASSIFICATION with a view to improving prognosis in patients with implantation failure. IB research for SEF, 2016.

  • 08/11/16

Our unit for the treatment of implantation failure and recurrent pregnancy loss is constantly working on new means of improving both diagnosis and treatment. One of the lines of work centres around the impact of a particular endometriosis variant known as adenomyosis.

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Does paternal age affect embryonic genetics? IB Research for ESHG 2016.

  • 08/09/16

The rate of embryonic aneuploidy is mainly associated with either maternal or paternal-related factors. Various studies have shown that maternal age is a key factor in the incidence of embryonic aneuploidy

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Mosaic embryos can achieve good pregnancy rates. IB clinical study. SEF, 2016

  • 08/04/16

For the Spanish Fertility Society (SEF) congress held this year  in Malaga,the scientific committee had selected a clinical study carried out by Instituto Bernabeu to be given as an oral presentation. The study is entitled: Should embryos showing chromosomal mosaicism in the trophectoderm be ruled out?

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Instituto Bernabeu and the University of Alicante, Spain, organise the V edition of the Master's course in Reproductive Medicine

  • 08/02/16

For the fifth year in a row, Instituto Bernabeu (IB) and the University of Alicante (UA), through the Reproductive Medicine Professorship, are organising a Master's Course in Reproductive Medicine.

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A study on the use of a new drug designed to make the endometrium more receptive. IB research for SEF, 2016.

  • 07/28/16

Correct endometrium preparation is key when the embryo is due to implant in the uterus. In cryo-transfer (the transfer of frozen embryos), we ensure that the endometrium is as receptive as possible. 

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The Spanish Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics names Doctor Rafael Bernabeu a new human reproduction expert member of its specialist magazine.

  • 07/26/16

The medical director of Instituto Bernabeu in Alicante, Rafael Bernabeu, an expert human reproduction specialist, will participate in the magazine edited by the Spanish Society of Gynaecology and Obstetrics (SEGO).

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The Rafael Bernabeu Foundation social welfare programme consolidates its support for members of APSA so that they can use genetic diagnosis to conceive healthy children.

  • 07/21/16

Parents' main aim in life is to ensure that their children are born healthy and that they, as parents, have the chance to ensure this happens. With this in mind, the Rafael Bernabeu Foundation makes its resources and research available so that people faced with health issues and also financial difficulties can try for children who are free of the illness they are carrying. 

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