Comparing different embryo grading systems

Ana Sousa Ramos
Laboratory Manager, Clinical Embryologist (ESHRE) at AVA Clinic, AVA Clinic

Donor Eggs, Embryo Transfer, IVF laboratory

From this video you will find out:
  • Why do we need to select the embryos?
  • At what stage it is best to select the embryos for transfer?
  • How is embryo grading performed?
  • Why are there different IVF grading systems for Day-3 & Day-5 embryos?
  • What does morphokinetics add to embryo selection?

What methods of embryo scoring are used?

In this session, Ana Sousa Ramos, Laboratory Manager, Clinical Embryologist (ESHRE) at AVA Clinic, Lisbon, Portugal, who has discussed the differences in embryo grading systems.

Ana Sousa Ramos

Ana Sousa Ramos

Ana Sousa Ramos is a Laboratory Manager, Clinical Embryologist (ESHRE) at AVA Clinic in Lisbon, Portugal. Ana is also an experienced Laboratory Director with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & health care industry. Skilled in Clinical Research, Medical Education, Life Sciences, Laboratory Skills, and Medicine. Strong research professional with a Post-graduation course focused in Bioethics/Medical Ethics from Universidade de Lisboa-Faculdade de Medicina.
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Caroline Kulczycka

Caroline Kulczycka

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