Assisted reproductive technologies

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  • Since its first description by Steptoe and Edward, IVF gained popularity among both doctors and patients. There is many studies on assisted reproduction and they cover most of the related technical, laboratory as well as clinical aspects. To write a book on assisted reproduction nowadays seems very difficult due to a wide plethora of related papers and well-illustrated books. This small-sized book aims at refinement of some already known points of practical importance in infertility management particularly ART.

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  • The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) convened a meeting of professionals, patient advocates, government representatives and legal experts in December 2009 to examine the oversight of assisted reproductive technology (ART). ART is one of several therapies used by specialists to treat the disease of infertility. The most widely used ART procedure is in vitro fertilization. As with all medical practice, safety in reproductive medicine is assured by a combination of state and federal government regulation.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Globalisation of birth markets: a case study of assisted reproductive technologies in India

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  • Today, approximately one in every hundred babies born in the US is conceived using ART. Growth in the use and scientific refinement of ART is carefully monitored by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and its affiliate, the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART), whose memberships consist of specialists in this field of medicine. In December 2009, ASRM convened a meeting of professionals, patient advocates, congressional and federal agency representatives, legal experts, and consumers to examine the oversight of ART.

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  • The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) is an affiliate of ASRM. Its membership includes more than 90% of American fertility clinics. SART has strict membership requirements. As a condition of membership, clinics must report their outcomes to the CDC as well as to SART, have accredited embryology laboratories, adhere to the Ethics and Practice Committee guidelines of ASRM, and have appropriately trained staff. Failure to adhere to these criteria can result in revocation of membership.

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  • ASRM and the College of American Pathologists administer a reproductive laboratory accreditation program for embryology labs to assure that they conform to high national standards of quality. ASRM also produces ethics and practice guidelines. Its affiliate, the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART), strictly monitors member clinics for adherence to ASRM guidelines, accreditation of their embryology labs, qualification of their staff, and submission of data to the CDC.

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  • Assisted reproductive technologies (ART) have enabled millions of people in the world to have biological children who otherwise would not have been able to do so. According to the European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology, more than three million babies have been born using ART worldwide in the last 30 years, enabling infertile women and men; single women and men; and lesbian, gay, and transgender couples to form genetically-related families. These new technologies have transformed the way we view reproduction.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Textbook of clinical embryology" presents the following contents: Treatment of male and female infertility, social aspects of using reproductive technology, Assisted peproductive technology (ART), ART - skills, techniques and present status,...

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  • Các kỹ thuật hỗ trợ sinh sản (Assisted Reproductive Technologies) là những kỹ thuật Y Sinh học được áp dụng để điều trị vô sinh. Từ khi phương pháp Thụ tinh trong ống nghiệm (IVF) thành công năm 1978 ở Anh, khái niệm các kỹ thuật hỗ trợ sinh sản hình thành và phát triển rất mạnh trên toàn thế giới. Ở các nước phát triển, hiện có khoảng 1-5% số em bé sinh ra hiện nay là từ các kỹ thuật hỗ trợ sinh sản (không kể thụ tinh nhân tạo)....

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  • Presence of epigenetic marks enables cells with the same genotype have potential to display different phenotypes and differentiate into many cell-types with different functions, and responses to environmental and intercellular signaling. For example, DNA methylation is essential for the process of imprinting. Imprinted genes are expressed from only one parental allele. This mono-allelic gene expression is directed by epigenetic marks established in the mammalian germ line and a single mutation, either genetic or epigenetic, can cause disease.

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  • Rate review grants and standards: In August 2010, 45 States and the District of Columbia each received $1 million grants to develop or make improvements to their existing rate review and approval practices, strengthening their processes and oversight capacities. States have already used these funds to hire staff, increase data reporting, and enhance their information technology. On December 21, 2010, HHS posted a proposed regulation regarding standards for rate review.

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  • Ooplasmic transfer involves egg retrieval from the woman undergoing IVF and another woman donating ooplasm (the cytoplasm of an egg cell: the material outside the nucleus). The egg is then fertilized with sperm and implanted into the woman intending to become pregnant. The resulting child has DNA from both women because of the mitochondrial DNA present in the ooplasm of the donor, as well as DNA from the sperm provider (partner or donor), and therefore has three genetic parents. It had been used for women whose infertility seemed to stem from the ooplasm in their eggs.

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  • Surrogacy is an agreement in which a woman becomes pregnant and gives birth to a child for someone else. Surrogacy can be paid or unpaid, and often involves a legal contract in which the surrogate gives up parental rights to the child she births. If the surrogate’s own eggs are used through alternative insemination or IVF, she is known as the “genetic surrogate.” If embryos are created using another woman’s eggs and implanted in the surrogate, she is known as the “gestational surrogate” and has no genetic tie to the child. Hiring a surrogate in the US can...

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  • Naturally, during the years I’m considering,American films have changed enormously.They have become sexier,more profane, and more violent; fart jokes and kung fu are everywhere. The industry has metamorphosed into a corporate behemoth, while new technologies have transformed produc- tion and exhibition. And, to come to my central concern, over the same decades some novel strategies of plot and style have risen to prominence. Behind these strategies, however, stand principles that are firmly rooted in the history of studio moviemaking.

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  • In 1990, preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) was introduced as an experimental procedure to genetically screen human embryos during an in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle (1,2). More than a decade later, PGD has become an established clinical procedure in assisted reproductive technologies with over 6500 PGD cycles performed worldwide, resulting in the birth of well over 1000 healthy babies and a pregnancy rate per transfer of approximately 24% (3).

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  • In this chapter, I will provide insights into the following areas of in vitro fertilization outcome. First, why we monitor in vitro fertilization (IVF) outcome. Second, why monitoring IVF outcome is not well done. Third, a brief overview of the known IVF literature. Fourth, how to do monitoring in an ideal world, and what outstanding questions have not been addressed which are of concern to families, fertility practitioners, the broader scientific community, and general public.

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  • The 2005 Declaration discussed above and the Universal Declaration on the Human Genome and Human Rights, 1997 are both resolutions passed in the General Assembly. They have no immediate binding effect. They play a signifi cant role in the formation of customary international law. There are many different forms of law making in international law and although an international convention or a treaty is a source of binding rules, the importance of other methods of formation of international law cannot be underestimated.

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  • Imaging has become such an integral part of clinical care in the assisted reproductive technologies that it is difficult to imagine how in vitro fertilization (IVF) was done before we had the ability to visualize the ovaries and uterus easily.

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  • Age is an important demographic variable and the primary basis of demographic classification in vital statistics. Figure 2.1 shows the distribution of the household population by five-year age groups, from data collected in the 1996 NFHS, 2001 NDHS and 2006 NDHS. Children under 15 years of age account for nearly half of the total population. A comparison of the NDHS data over the last ten years shows little change in the age structure of the population. However, there is a slight reduction in case of children less than 5 years in 2006 (from 16 percent in 1996 to 13...

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  • Micromanipulation involves a well-integrated set of technologies in assisted reproductive technology (ART). Its applications are diagnostic as well as therapeutic, and it is practiced in mature gametes and all stages of preimplantation embryos.

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