Vitrification And Warming Of Blastocysts Produces High Implantation And Pregnancy Rates When Compared To Slow Freezing
Vitrification is a promising technology for blastocyst preservation following in vitro fertilization (IVF). Preservation of blastocysts is a routine part of IVF treatment and has traditionally been accomplished using slow freezing with low concentrations of cryoprotectants. Vitrification has recently emerged as an alternative procedure in the preservation of oocytes and embryos and it may confer some time saving and survival advantages over the traditional procedure for blastocyst cryopreservation….
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