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Most IVF Patients Under 35 Should Have Single Embryo Transfer, According to Latest SART Data
Date:3/17/2009

Delaware Fertility Doctors Urge Worldwide Acceptance

Newark, DE (PRWEB) March 17, 2009 -- IVF physicians at Reproductive Associates of Delaware (RAD)(http://www.reproductiveassociates.org) have demonstrated that single embryos cultured under proper conditions have more than a 50% chance of implanting and developing successfully in women under age 35. In national results recently released and published online by the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART.org), the Delaware center found that in 2007, 55.1% of women under 35 achieved a live born pregnancy after embryo transfer, utilizing an average of just 1.4 embryos. During that same year, national averages for women under age 35 were 46.1% live births per transfer utilizing a much higher average of 2.2 embryos. In stark contrast to the national averages, RAD performed single embryo transfers in 57.3% of these women, compared to the national average of just 4.5%.

"The key parameter everyone needs to look at is the implantation rate," stated Dr. Ronald F. Feinberg, IVF Medical Director at RAD. "SART makes it a point of calculating and listing the implantation rate in each age group, which really gives an indication of the health and viability of each embryo created in the lab." In 2007, RAD achieved an implantation rate of 51.2% for women under 35, compared to the national average of 32.6%.

Dr. Feinberg attributes higher implantation and live birth rates at the Delaware center to two key factors: 1) Adherence to strict laboratory protocols which allow for the culture of embryos to the blastocyst stage, thus permitting careful embryo selection; and 2) Evaluation and treatment of patients for underlying infertility problems prior to IVF. "Blastocysts are also able to be preserved in a
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