Fellowship in Reproductive Endocrionology
Learn about IVF cycle including pre-treatment evaluation and testing | 1 Year Course | 8 Weeks’ Training
Infertility is a global issue affecting approximately 13 to 14 per cent of the population worldwide resulting in close to one in six couples facing difficulty in conceiving. However, with a better understanding of human reproductive physiology and the availability of modern diagnostic technology, more and more couples are receiving the gift of parenthood.
The birth of Louis Brown, the world’s first IVF baby on July 25, 1978, revolutionized the management of infertility. Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), the broad spectrum of medical procedures used to treat infertility includes treatments that address complications of both the egg and sperm.
In vitro fertilization (IVF) or Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is done as first line of treatment in cases concerning tubal pathology, severe male factor infertility azoospermia, fertility preservation in cancer patients, pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and donor oocyte. IVF is also recommended for patients with ovulatory dysfunction (PCOS) and endometriosis
To impart in-depth elucidation of all aspects of an IVF cycle including pre-treatment evaluation and testing, keeping in mind the ethical and economic implications of the treatments.
Avail the opportunity to observe various treatment procedures both through theoretical classes, video feeds and visits to the clinic and operating room for ultrasound scans, oocyte recovery and embryo transfer.
The course is ideal for both beginners and established IVF practitioners in the IVF field who are looking to further enhance their skills
To import thorough embryological skills to person of interest.