Elective single embryo transfer: guidelines for practice British Fertility Society and Association of Clinical Embryologists.

@article{Cutting2008ElectiveSE,
  title={Elective single embryo transfer: guidelines for practice British Fertility Society and Association of Clinical Embryologists.},
  author={Rachel Cutting and Dave Morroll and Stephen A Roberts and Susan J Pickering and Anthony Rutherford},
  journal={Human fertility},
  year={2008},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={131-46}
}
Assisted conception treatment is the single most important cause in the increase in multiple pregnancy and births over the last 25 years. Multiple births are associated with significant peri natal morbidity and mortality. Europe has led the way in reducing multiple births by widespread adoption of an elective single embryo policy, which in Belgium is linked to an increase in state funding. Randomized controlled trials suggest that an eSET policy must include the ability to cryopreserve and… CONTINUE READING