Krishna IVF Clinic utilizes the Poloscope technology for non-invasive analysis of oocyte development potential, making it a revolutionary tool in assisted reproduction. The Poloscope facilitates the analysis of the meiotic spindle and zona pellucida characteristics in live cells like oocytes, allowing for the identification of reliable criteria for assessing oocyte development potential before fertilization.
The meiotic spindle is a crucial feature in oocyte selection and is detected through spindle birefringence in live cells. A high correlation between the absence of spindles and decreased fertilization rates has been established. The Poloscope spindle view allows for the identification of the spindle and its localization before intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), ensuring that the spindle is not harmed during the procedure.
In 2007, Krishna IVF Clinic published a study in Reproductive Biomedicine Online titled “Meiotic spindle and zona pellucida Characteristics as predictors of embryonic development.” The study concluded that Polscope technology is a rapid and non-invasive tool for assessing the meiotic spindle, making it a crucial factor in oocyte development potential evaluation.
In summary, the Poloscope technology available at Krishna IVF Clinic is a game-changer in the field of assisted reproduction, allowing for non-invasive and reliable assessment of oocyte development potential through meiotic spindle and zona pellucida characteristics analysis. This technology can significantly improve IVF success rates and ensure better outcomes for couples struggling with infertility.