Our laboratory has an embryoscope: the embryo cultivation system allows us to maintain the most adequate conditions we currently know of, those closest to those of the body of the woman. On top of this, the system captures images, as a general sweep of each of the embryos every 10 minutes. Thus, the embryos found in this system are observed 24 hours a day (time-lapse cultivation) unlike a conventional incubator each embryo is usually observed on a single occasion every 24 hours. This methodology allows us to obtain a large amount of information on the development of the embryos and increase the probability of pregnancy.
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