Carbon dioxide and triple gas incubators are used for embryo culture. We have a state of art laboratory that is equipped with a high quality air purification system to ensure the most sterile working environment.
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has a K-systems workstation, which provide the most suitable platform to handle eggs, sperm and embryos. ICSI machine with Olympus microscope placed on the anti-vibration table gives the best working conditions to achieve the best outcome with minimal damage to eggs, sperm and embryos.
This is performed when sperm count is low or sperm morality is poor. We do not belive in thr practice of doing ICSI for all and this may reduce the total no. of eggs that can be fertilize. With our discretionary policy we are able to get fertilization rate upto 95%.
We use embryo surgery called zona drilling or assisted hatching to “soften” the shell of the embryo. This does not hurt the embryo, and may assist embryos to hatch from their shells. This helps to increase pregnancy rates by improving implantation rates, since embryo hatching is facilitated. This is indicated where the egg shell is hard specially in older age women.
Spindle view technology is a microscopic imaging system that utilizes polarized light, it helps to protect eggs from damage and allows our embryologist to assess oocyte (egg) characteristics in minute detail and choose the best quality eggs for injection with sperm. It gives us excellent fertilization rates and further provides clients a greater chance of pregnancy.
At Surrogacy Services India, we assure you of high quality and standards. We thoroughly check Egg, embryo and sperm samples thrice and label them prior to use or storage in cryocans. These checks are done by our embryologists to ensure that the correct samples are used. Samples are then checked by our senior embryologist, IVF physician and nurse-in-charge, prior to embryo transfer or use during ICSI.
Surrogacy Services India’s operating theatre is located near to the embryology laboratory. During egg collection oocytes are passed directly from the operating theatre to the embryology laboratory’s nurse-in-charge. Eggs are stored in tubes and are left to settle while sperm is prepared. Only one set of eggs and one sample of sperm are handled at any one time so there is no possibility that eggs or sperm intended for one client can be confused with eggs and sperm intended for another client. The whole process is done with extreme care so that there is no harm or damage occurs to eggs and sperm.