Computer-automated time-lapse analysis results correlate with embryo implantation and clinical pregnancy: a blinded, multi-centre study.

@article{VerMilyea2014ComputerautomatedTA,
  title={Computer-automated time-lapse analysis results correlate with embryo implantation and clinical pregnancy: a blinded, multi-centre study.},
  author={Matthew VerMilyea and Lei Tan and Joshua T. Anthony and Joe Conaghan and Kristen A. Ivani and Marina Gvakharia and Robert Boostanfar and Valerie Lynn Baker and Vaishali Suraj and Alice A. Chen and Monica Mainigi and Christos Coutifaris and Shehua Shen},
  journal={Reproductive biomedicine online},
  year={2014},
  volume={29 6},
  pages={729-36}
}
Computer-automated time-lapse analysis has been shown to improve embryo selection by providing quantitative and objective information to supplement traditional morphology. In this multi-centre study, the relationship between such computer-derived outputs (High, Medium, Low scores), embryo implantation and clinical pregnancy were examined. Data were collected from six clinics, including 205 patients whose embryos were imaged by the Eeva(TM) System. The Eeva scores were blinded and not considered… CONTINUE READING