DAHNO embryologists successfully use the following methods of sperm selection before introducing them into an egg:
- ICSI (Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection) - selection of the best structured spermatozoa, which move in a straight line, with an optical magnification of 400 times;
- IMSI (Intracytoplasmic Morphologically Selected Sperm Injection) - sperm rejection is carried out according to morphological characteristics (external characteristics) using precise optical equipment, which magnifies the image by 6300 times;
- PICSI (Physiological Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) - physiological ICSI, the selection principle is based on the ability of sperm to bind to hyaluronic acid, which indicates their maturity.
The use of ICSI varieties significantly improves the percentage of egg fertilization and the quality of embryos that we receive as a result of the program, and, accordingly, the effectiveness of treatment cycles.
The embryologist cuts the embryo's membrane with a laser to increase its implantation potential. Micromanipulation allows the embryo to easily exit the cytoplasm to attach to the endometrium.
Cryopreservation (freezing) of germ cells / embryos is a kind of insurance for patients against infertility in the future.
The DAHNO Clinic carries out:
- vitrification of oocytes (eggs);
- freezing sperm;
- cryopreservation of embryos.
The freezing procedure allows patients to postpone plans for motherhood and fatherhood, without loss to preserve their reproductive potential.
- providing the laboratory with the best equipment, environments and consumables from world market leaders;
- highly qualified staff and continuous improvement of knowledge, skills and abilities through attending conferences and workshops;
- round-the-clock scheme of control over uninterrupted operation of the power supply system and equipment serviceability.