The objective of the course to prepare you with all the basic tools needs to initiate IUI for any patient. The course deals with the basics of Physiology, how to use Anti Mullerian Hormone in your practise, male and female partner evaluation, use of oral ovulogens and gonadotropins, follicular monitoring and how to improve your IUI success. The course also teaches you semen preparation in details.
Endometrial receptivity and the quality of the embryo are two important factors that determine the success of embryo implantation. Endometrial receptivity array is a test that is used to determine the ability of the endometrium tu to implant the embryo. The endometrial receptivity assay (ERA) attempts to analyze the endometrial lining at the molecular level, and elicits further information about this window of implantation by evaluating 248 genes. It helps to precisely mark the window of implantation. Our course on Jira helps in not only understanding how to do the procedure but also the group of patients it might benefit.
Preimplantation genetic testing consists an array of genetic assays used to evaluate embryos before they are transferred to the uterus. Based on the type of jeans evaluated it can be divided into to PGT A PGT SR PGT M Preimplantation genetic testing-monogenic is targeted to single gene disorders, and preimplantation genetic testing-aneuploidy is a broader test that screens for aneuploidy in all chromosomes, including the 22 pairs of autosomes and the sex chromosomes X and Y. Preimplantation genetic testing-structural rearrangements (known as PGT-SR) is used To detect structural chromosomal abnormalities such as translocations. The course describes in detail the role of preimplantation genetic testing in current ART scenario.
Dual simulation protocol Duo stim is the method where women simulation is done twice in the same menstrual cycle specifically in women with poor ovarian reserve in order to increase the number of oocytes obtained. The protocol is based on on the understanding that even a single menstrual cycle multiple waves of follicle recruitment happen thus giving us the opportunity to do ovarian stimulation not only in follicular phase but a luteal phase is well. The course describes in detail regarding the right choice of patients in the Poseidon group for implementing dual stimulation, intricacies of of doing it and the evidence supporting it.
Progesterone is an endogenous steroid hormone involved in various stages of menstrual cycle, pregnancy, and embryogenesis of humans. It is the main hormone of luteal phase and is involved in priming the uterus for implantation of embryo and subsequently maintaining the pregnancy.
Corpus luteum is the main source of progesterone secretion in the luteal phase and polyembryonic phase. With the advent of a RTE the role of progesterone supplementation at various stages has been evaluated constantly. The course gives a detailed insight regarding the role of progesterone at various phases of ART, ROLE OF TESTING AND SUPPLEMENTATION OF PROGESTERONE IN ENHANCING THE SUCCESS RATE OF IT PROCEDURES.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome is the most common endocrinological abnormality seen in women. Women with p c o s h are at a significantly higher risk of developing the most dreaded complication of ERT that is ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. This course gives a detailed insight into the impact of PC OS on a r t and the variations that need to be implemented during ovarian stimulation in order to enhance success rates without jeopardizing the health of women. It also gives an insight regarding how to choose women with PCS as you sight donors.
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