In in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments, especially when performed after a certain age, it is very important to choose a healthy embryo in order to carry out the treatment withmaximum guarantee of success.
Embryonic chromosomal abnormalities are responsible for a large part of the failures in reproductive cycles and for 50% of miscarriages.
Embryos with the highest probability of having the correct number of chromosomes must be identified, which in turn increases the chances of achieving pregnancy with a healthy baby.
Although other factors are involved in achieving a pregnancy, knowing which embryos are optimal helpsto experience pregnancy with greater peace of mind and security.
The Embrace Test, developed by Igenomix, classifies embryos according to their probability of being healthy. The embryos with the best chances get the highest score and will be prioritized for transfer, thus helping your specialist to select the best option to achieve pregnancy.
EMBRACE, a new test for prioritizing the transfer of embryos that are most likely to be chromosomally normal.
EMBRACE is indicated for all women who want to increase their chances of pregnancy , without resorting to invasive methods, thus helping their doctor prioritize the best embryos for transfer during an in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle. Avoiding embryo biopsy and additional clinical costs.
The test identifies those embryos that most likely have the correct number of chromosomes and ranks them according to their probability of being healthy.
The embryos with the best chances get the highest score and will be prioritized for transfer.
Embryos obtained in an assisted reproduction treatment (ART) during their embryonic development release DNA into the culture medium (the drop of liquid where the embryo is grown in the IVF lab).
Experts collect this drop and send it to Igenomix for analysis.
At Igenomix we analyze this liquid to detect the DNA that has been released by the embryo and with the result we tell you which embryos are most likely to be chromosomally normal and, therefore, optimal for transfer.
Igenomix only receives a small sample of the culture media liquid. Your embryos remain safely in your clinic at all times.