The Birth of a State of the ART Infertility Program

The Birth of a State of the ART Infertility Program: An Editorial Interview With Drs. Ali Ahmady, Ph.D. HCLD  and James Goldfarb, M.D. MBA Cleveland University Hospital


                                                                    Dr. Goldfarb            Dr. Ahmady                                     

 Our goal was to improve quality control by utilizing current technology to provide the highest quality of care for our patient. Two areas were identified for this purpose: Periodical constant monitoring of necessary parameter for culturing embryos (at desired interval of seconds to hours) instead momentarily monitoring at one interval per day, and correlation with embryo growth. Monitoring and streamlining technical procedure by recording all procedures to minimize technical differences and identify key elements of highly successful procedures to provide the highest  level of care for all our patients.


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