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Experience of blastocyst culture in dry culture system

Experience of blastocyst culture in dry culture system
AuthorHsing-Hua Lai*, Huai-Ling Wang, Wen-Yi Chiang, Yao-Cheng Huang, Saing-Chi Chen, Wan-Jung Hsieh, Chun-Chuan Chen, Chi-An Hsieh, Shih-Chieh Huang, Ya-Hui Hsu, Hsin-Hua Chou
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The advantages of dry culture system include minimal risk of contamination, fast recovery of gas concentration, and more stable temperature controlling. From economical point of view, dry incubators are space and gas saving due to small chamber volume. However, there are disadvantages such as swift variation of environment and higher water evaporation rate. Dry incubators are not as common as humidified incubators in routine use. To assess the clinical application, a preliminary feasibility study was conducted.


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Results

Case number: 49
Average maternal age: 38.3 y/o (30~49)
Total MII oocyte: 183

Conclusion

These preliminary results indicated that the dry culture system for human embryos was practical. Further research would be performed to compare the efficiency of dry incubators with humidified incubators.
Reference
  • ●Comparison of the embryo development and clinical pregnancy rates between vitrified and fresh oocytes. TSRM poster, 2012
  • ●Embryo development of fresh ‘versus’vitrified metaphase II oocytes after ICSI: a prospective randomized sibling-oocyte study. Human Reproduction, 25(1): 66–73, 2010
  • ●Accumulation of oocytes: a new strategy for managing low-responder patients. Reproductive BioMedicine Online 24: 424-32,2012
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