Advanced Fertility & Smart IVF Center
Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART)
Both male and female infertility can often be addressed through medical interventions, lifestyle changes, or assisted reproductive technologies (ART) such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), Iintra-Uterine Insemination (IUI), or medication.
Advanced Fertility and Smart IVF Center
What Is Infertility?
Fertility is the natural state where male and female reproductive organs collaborate, performing unprotected sex to conceive children. However, statistics show that natural fertility is often hindered for millions of couples globally, trying to conceive for at least a year. This occurs due to certain health conditions that negatively affect the male and female reproductive organs of the couples trying to get pregnant.
Causes Of Infertility
Both males and females have equal contributions to infertility. The male reproductive system suffers from infertility due to factors that can be evaluated by techniques like semen analysis. These analyses consider a range of assessments of the conditions, such as:
- Difficulty in ejaculating semen.
- Low sperm concentration or complete absence of sperm.
- Unusual motility or morphology (structure) of the sperm.
The female reproductive system suffer infertility caused by a range of atypical condition of the
- Uterus: Fibroids/Polyp/Adenomyosis etc.
- Ovaries: PCOD, Low egg reserve, etc.
- Endocrine system: Imbalanced hormones / FSH / LH / TSH / PRL etc.
- Fallopian tubes: Blockage
Primary And Secondary Infertility
Primary and secondary infertility are two distinct categories of reproductive challenges that couples or individuals may face. Both primary and secondary infertility may have various underlying causes, ranging from age-related factors to medical conditions, and often require medical evaluation and potential treatments to address the specific issues and increase the chances of achieving a successful pregnancy.
Primary infertility refers to the inability to conceive or achieve a successful pregnancy when a person or couple has never previously had a biological child. It often prompts individuals to seek medical assistance relatively early in their fertility journey.
Secondary infertility occurs when a person or couple has successfully conceived and given birth to at least one child but encounters difficulties in conceiving or carrying a subsequent pregnancy.
Women Infertility-Treatment & Care
It is important for women to prioritize their reproductive health and seek medical guidance when necessary. Infertility can be a complex issue, and DYU Women and Child healthcare providers can offer personalized advice and treatment options based on an individual's specific circumstances.
In the realm of women healthcare, technology continues to make incredible strides. One of the areas where innovation is significantly impacting lives is Assisted Reproductive Technology (A.R.T.). This revolutionary field encompasses a range of medical techniques designed to help individuals and couples overcome infertility challenges. Now, with the advent of automation and cutting-edge innovations, A.R.T. is undergoing a transformation that promises greater efficiency, success rates, and patient satisfaction.
DYU, in collaboration with SpOvum® offers Automation of the A.R.T. Process through Innovative technologies like RoboICSI for conceiving treatment.
The Complex Landscape of A.R.T
Assisted Reproductive Technology encompasses various methods, including in vitro fertilization (IVF), intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), and intrauterine insemination (IUI), among others. These techniques involve precise coordination and monitoring of hormonal cycles, egg retrieval, sperm processing, and embryo culture. The complexity of A.R.T. necessitates careful management which can be successfully handled by automation.
RoboICSI® assists the embryologist during ICSI, thus helping infertile couples bear a child. Based on a novel design technique, RoboICSI® is a patent-pending device that will help bridge the gap between the demand and supply in the explosively growing infertility industry.
The Role of Automation in A.R.T.
Automation in A.R.T. involves the use of advanced technologies to streamline and optimize the various steps involved in fertility treatments to overcome male infertility and female infertility.
"RoboICSI®" uses robotic technology to improve the precision and accuracy of the ICSI process. This technology could potentially offer benefits such as increased success rates, reduced risk of damage to the egg or sperm, and improved overall efficiency in fertility centres.
"RoboICSI®" is related to assisted reproductive technology (ART) or fertility treatments; It is a robotic-assisted system designed to enhance the Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) procedure. ICSI is a common technique used in ART where a single sperm cell is directly injected into an egg to facilitate fertilization.
Features of RoboICSI®
- Novel micro-manipulation: RoboICSI® offers a novel way to grasp cells, offering several advantages.
- Gentle handling of cells: RoboICSI® ’s intelligent passive force-limiting technology ensures that the oocyte is never damaged while handling.
- Quick and hassle-free installation: RoboICSI® ’s plug-and-play system allows the user to plug the system, perform auto-calibration and get started quickly, all in about a day.
- Eliminates subjectivity while handling oocytes: Performs routine tasks and reduces fatigue Augments the embryologists and maximizes their potential.
- Easy onboarding and seamless integration: RoboICSI ® is easy to learn, which allows clinics to add it to their workflow without any hassle.
- Enables the IVF clinics to handle more volumes: Enables the clinics to handle more volumes by streamlining the process.