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Geri Plus: the best embryo culture technology

25 OCT, 2018

Geri Plus with integrated Time-Lapse system achieves higher pregnancy rates compared to conventional incubation systems

At IVF SPAIN we are committed to offering excellent patient care and go hand in hand with our patients throughout their treatment to increase their chances of getting pregnant and guarantee the birth of a healthy baby. But we are also aware of the hinders of the reproductive process and further of the emotional toll due of not being able to fulfill the dream of forming a family, and as such we strive to improve in every way possible to make our patients’ dream come true.

The embryo development is a key moment in every assisted reproduction treatment, and with the new Geri Plus incubator we truly made a qualitative leap forward. This new generation incubator incorporates the Time-Lapse system, which monitors the embryos from the very first moment after their fertilization until they reach blastocyst stage (day 5 / 6) – the Time-Lapse system takes a picture of the developing embryo every 5 minutes, thus allowing embryologists to properly assess the cell division process without having to remove the embryos from the incubator.

And along with our embryologist’ broad experience and knowledge of cell division cycle, we are able to objectively classify the embryos according to their quality (high, medium or low) to determine which embryo will offer us – and more importantly the patient – the highest chances of success after the transfer.

Unlike other incubators, Geri Plus consists of 6 independent compartments, each one of them equipped with high-resolution cameras. This way we can guarantee that the patients’ embryos will develop in an individual and personalised environment, and most importantly without their development being affected by other embryos.

Thanks to Geri Plus we are able to achieve higher success due to the embryos being monitored 24 hours a day, whereas conventional incubation methods took images from the developing embryos once a day.

If you would like to learn more about our state-of-the-art technology, contact us and book your medical consultation with our fertility specialists.

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