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Assisted reproductive technology in Europe, 2013: results generated from European registers by ESHRE

. Definitions used refer to The International Committee for Monitoring Assisted Reproductive Technology (ICMART) and World Health Organization glossary of ART terminology (Zegers-Hochschild et al., 2009 ... dominant technology. In contrast, in most countries from western and central Europe (Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Greece, Italy, Malta, Montenegro, Poland, Spain, Switzerland) ICSI was

Mass spectrometry, immunoassay and valid steroid measurements in reproductive medicine and science

performance based on improved technology would be expected to displace older technology, significant commercial obstacles exist to wider availability of steroid MS measurements. These include cost of equipment ... barred from working in their profession. It was soon concluded that immunoassay technology had inadequate specificity so that all subsequent anti-doping steroid detection tests are based on MS methods

Assisted reproductive technology in Europe, 2012: results generated from European registers by ESHRE†

STUDY QUESTION The 16th European IVF-monitoring (EIM) report presents the data of the treatments involving assisted reproductive technology (ART) and intrauterine insemination (IUI) initiated in ... . and C.W.; V.G. is a science manager at ESHRE Central Office, Brussels. See also Appendix for contributing centres and contact persons representing the data collection programmes in the participating

No increased risk of major congenital anomalies or adverse pregnancy or neonatal outcomes following letrozole use in assisted reproductive technology

, Rasmussen SA . Assisted reproductive technology and major structural birth defects in the United States . Hum Reprod 2009 ; 24 : 360 - 366 . Requena A , Herrero J , Landeras J , Navarro E , Neyro JL

Cancer risk among parous women following assisted reproductive technology

Do women who give birth after assisted reproductive technology (ART) have an increased risk of cancer compared with women who give birth without ART? ... al., 2012; Louis et al., 2013) and use of assisted reproductive technology (ART) (Wright et al., 2004; Sunderam et al., 2013) have raised concern regarding potential effects on subsequent cancer

Assisted reproductive technology in Europe, 2011: results generated from European registers by ESHRE†

STUDY QUESTION The 15th European IVF-monitoring (EIM) report presents the results of treatments involving assisted reproductive technology (ART) initiated in Europe during 2011: are there any changes ... European IVFmonitoring Consortium (www.eshre.eu/eim) under the umbrella of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) on European data on assisted reproductive technology (ART). The

Parental disclosure of assisted reproductive technology (ART) conception to their children: a systematic and meta-analytic review

research published to date has yielded diverse findings on autologous and donor assisted reproductive technology (ART) parents' disclosure of the conception method to their children and on the ages at which ... process. study funding/competing interests: The study was funded by the University of Trieste. review / meta-analysis / disclosure / assisted reproductive technology / children / homologous ART / donor ART

Assisted reproductive technology use and outcomes among women with a history of cancer†

STUDY QUESTION How do the assisted reproductive technology (ART) outcomes of women presenting for ART after cancer diagnosis compare to women without cancer? ... . participants/materials, setting, methods: Women with their first ART treatment between 2004 and 2009 were identified from the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinic Outcome Reporting System database

Public attitudes towards novel reproductive technologies: a citizens’ jury on mitochondrial donation

acceptability of this novel reproductive technology, especially from evidence using deliberative methods. STUDY DESIGN, SIZE, DURATION This study comprised a citizens’ jury, an established method for ... Introduction Mitochondrial donation is an emergent assisted reproductive technology that involves producing an embryo or oocyte containing third party mitochondria, to provide an additional reproductive option

Risk of hypertensive disorders in pregnancies following assisted reproductive technology: a cohort study from the CoNARTaS group

Is the risk of hypertensive disorders in pregnancies conceived following specific assisted reproductive technology (ART) procedures different from the risk in spontaneously conceived (SC) pregnancies? ... University of Copenhagen, the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation, the Nordic Federation of Societies of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the Liaison Committee between the Central Norway Regional

Enough! Stop the arguments and get on with the science of natural killer cell testing

? Moffett and Shreeve (2015) approach NK testing from the basic science perspective, with a state-of-the-art summary of current knowledge of NK cell biology. But let us, for a moment, consider a different ... observations should be a cue for further questioning and research in the basic science. If, for whatever reason, women with high NK cell levels benefit from immune therapy, we need to understand why. On the

Enough! Stop the arguments and get on with the science of natural killer cell testing

basic science perspective, with a state-of-the-art summary of current knowledge of NK cell biology. But let us, for a moment, consider a different view. Imagine the perspectives of our patients with ... observations should be a cue for further questioning and research in the basic science. If, for whatever reason, women with high NK cell levels benefit from immune therapy, we need to understand why. On the

Child interests in assisted reproductive technology: how is the welfare principle applied in practice?

How is the welfare principle interpreted and practised and what meaning does it hold for health professionals who must apply it in assisted reproductive technology (ART)? ... and unclear. Despite differences in legislation among countries, our study contributes to the growing data and debate emerging from the USA and the UK. assisted reproductive technology / child welfare

Child interests in assisted reproductive technology: how is the welfare principle applied in practice?

STUDY QUESTION How is the welfare principle interpreted and practised and what meaning does it hold for health professionals who must apply it in assisted reproductive technology (ART)? ... in legislation among countries, our study contributes to the growing data and debate emerging from the USA and the UK. trial registration number: Not applicable. assisted reproductive technology

Risk of ectopic pregnancy is linked to endometrial thickness in a retrospective cohort study of 8120 assisted reproduction technology cycles

for this study. ectopic pregnancy, assisted reproductive technology, endometrial combined thickness, uterine peristalsis, IVF, endometrial appearance Introduction An ectopic pregnancy (EP), which ... and assisted reproductive technology (ART), the effect of which is still uncertain (Ankum et al., 1996; Farquhar, 2005; Alkatout et al., 2013). Research has consistently demonstrated that ART

Developments in IVF warrant the adoption of new performance indicators for ART clinics, but do not justify the abandonment of patient-centred measures

Recent advances in embryo freezing technology together with growing concerns over multiple births have shifted the paradigm of appropriate IVF. This has led to the adoption of new performance ... performance indicators for ART clinics by national reporting schemes, such as those curated by the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) and the Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority (HFEA