Primo Vision Study at PFC
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Primo Vision Evo Time-Lapse Embryo Monitoring System with Single Culture Medium!(/sites/default/files/wysiwyg/vitrolife1.png
The Primo Vision Time-Lapse Embryo Monitoring System is used during [in vitro fertilization (IVF)](http://www.pacificfertilitycenter.com/treatment-care/in-vitro-fertilization) treatment during embryo incubation to give IVF clinicians the opportunity to observe all embryos as they develop without disturbing them. The system records all moments of embryo development, giving embryologists and physicians an excellent tool for evaluation.A single culture medium has been developed to allow embryos to remain undisturbed during incubation for up to 6 days while embryologists may continuously monitor them using the Evo time-lapse system.
Time-Lapse Culture Study
Vitrolife is conducting a clinical study to determine whether or not embryo development improves when incubating embryos using the Primo Vision Evo Time-Lapse Embryo Monitoring System with Single Culture Medium compared to the usual culture media.
You are being invited to take part in this study because you are undergoing in vitro fertilization treatment. !(/sites/default/files/wysiwyg/vitrolife2.png)
The eligibility criteria are:- Women under 40 years of age and undergoing in vitro fertilization treatment using their own eggs
- Women under 55 years of age and undergoing in vitro fertilization treatment using donor eggs
- Women without a history of cancer
- Using fresh or frozen ejaculated sperm
- > 6 normally fertilized eggs (2PN)
If you are interested receiving more details or participating in this study, please [discuss this with your IVF physician](https://www.pacificfertilitycenter.com/contact-pfc), nurse or the research coordinator:Study Coordinator: Kirstin Dougall
Web site: http://www.pacificfertilitycenter.com/the-center/current-studiesNOTICE: The Primo Vision Evo Time-Lapse Embryo Monitoring System with Single Culture Medium is investigational and is not cleared for sale by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States.