Instituto Bernabeu receives first prize from the SEF for a study comparing two models of ovarian stimulation
Instituto Bernabeu has developed a study that compares conventional ovarian stimulation with another one which simplifies the processes. This research, entitled Conventional ovarian stimulation vs. stimulation with a single injection of Corifolitropin alfa in oocyte donors. Randomised clinical trial. TAIL study has obtained the first prize for the Best Clinical Communication at the 33rd Spanish Fertility Society (SEF) Congress held this May.
Instituto Bernabeu has compared two protocols to obtain eggs in order to simplify stimulation treatments and thus try to reduce visits and controls while maintaining optimal results. The study compared the results of the conventional protocol versus a single dose of CFA without additional drugs. Instituto Bernabeu medical co-director, Dr Andrea Bernabeu, presented this research at the congress, which offers useful information to the scientific community that can be transferred directly to patients.
C. Alvarado; S. Albero; J. Suñol; J. Guerrero; J.A. Ortiz; J.C. Castillo; A. Bernabeu; R. Bernabeu