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Understanding embryology – what’s happening in embryology laboratory

Vladimiro Silva, PharmD
Scientific and Executive Director, Ferticentro

Category:
Genetics PGS / PGT-A, IVF laboratory

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From this video you will find out:
  • How is sperm prepared in the IVF lab?
  • How are the eggs retrieved and stored in the IVF lab?
  • How is the fertilization procedure prepared?
  • How is the ICSI procedure performed?
  • How does the vitrification protocol look like?
  • How is the embryo testing performed?
  • How are the temperature, gases, humidity, VOC controlled?

How does an embryology lab work?

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Authors
Vladimiro Silva, PharmD

Vladimiro Silva, PharmD

Vladimiro Silva, PharmD, embryologist, Scientific and Executive Director at Ferticentro and Procriar, two of the leading IVF centres in Portugal. Doctor of Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Coimbra. MSc in Health Economics, Faculty of Economy, University of Coimbra. Post-graduated in Health Services Management, Faculty of Economy, University of Porto. Post-graduated in Clinical Analysis, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto. Author of hundreds of lectures, oral communications, posters and scientific articles in Portugal and abroad. Vladimiro Silva speaks: English, French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.
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Caroline Kulczycka

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