Complete Fertility Centre is offering patients the opportunity of time-lapse Embryoscope™ monitoring as part of their treatment cycle.
Limited special price of £350 (normally £700)
for June, July, August and September 2017
An Embryoscope™ is a new type of incubator that allows the embryologist to monitor embryo cell divisions while the embryos are still in the incubator. The incubator has a built-in camera that can take pictures of the embryos at timed intervals. These pictures are then combined to create a time-lapse video showing the embryo’s development at every vital stage. By watching when and how the embryos divide our embryology team can assess if development is taking place normally.
An incubator mimics the physiological conditions in a woman’s body as closely as possible to provide an optimal environment for the embryos while they are in the IVF laboratory.
The Embryoscope™ may improve IVF outcomes compared to a standard incubator, but this has not yet been demonstrated. It provides highly-detailed information about an embryo’s development to our embryology team so that they can identify embryos that have the most potential for successful treatment. However this does not guarantee the embryo will implant and result in a successful pregnancy and birth. There are many factors that can influence the outcome of an IVF cycle, but helping ensure that the most viable embryos are transferred is a key part of it.
The time-lapse Embryoscope™ monitoring is available to all IVF and ICSI private patients at Complete Fertility Centre as an optional part of their treatment.
Each Embryoscope™ slot has the capacity to culture up to 12 eggs or embryos.
The cost to use the Embryoscope™ as part of an IVF/ICSI cycle is £700. During the months of June, July, August and September 2017 we are offering patients a special price of £350 for time-lapse Embryoscope™ monitoring. All patients receive a copy of their embryo’s time-lapse video to keep.
You can find out more about the Embryoscope™ by downloading the Embryoscope™ information leaflet.