HART’s High Embryo Quality Rates
The quality of an In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) laboratory is crucial for a successful outcome when you are undergoing fertility treatment. One of the indicators for quality is the embryo quality determined by genetic testing. Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT, formerly known as PGS) which identifies which embryos have a total of 46 normal chromosomes, known as embryo euploidy, has become one of the standard techniques. PGT helps us determine which embryo has the best potential to achieve implantation and pregnancy.
Most of HART’s IVF patients choose to have this genetic testing for their embryos, which we do in conjunction with one of the largest genetic testing (PGT) laboratories in the world. The HART Fertility Clinic is proud to announce that our genetically normal embryo rates, for all age groups, exceeded the national average for all US IVF centers who utilize the same PGT laboratory in the first quarter of 2020.
Clinical investigations show that IVF laboratory conditions may affect the genetic makeup of the embryos. Therefore, better IVF culture conditions lead to better outcomes. Better culture conditions are essential for all patients to be able to get the most out of their eggs but are crucial for women with low ovarian reserve.
HART’s high genetically normal embryo (Euploidy) rates further enhance our patients’ chances to achieve their dreams of having a baby. Please contact us to learn more.
**National average for all IVF centers that utilize the same PGT laboratory in the US