Endometrin for luteal phase support in a randomized, controlled, open-label, prospective in-vitro fertilization trial using a combination of Menopur and Bravelle for controlled ovarian hyperstimulation.

@article{Doody2009EndometrinFL,
  title={Endometrin for luteal phase support in a randomized, controlled, open-label, prospective in-vitro fertilization trial using a combination of Menopur and Bravelle for controlled ovarian hyperstimulation.},
  author={K. Doody and V. Schnell and R. Foulk and Charles E. Miller and B. Kolb and E. J. Blake and V. Yankov},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={2009},
  volume={91 4},
  pages={
          1012-7
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To assess the efficacy and safety of a vaginal progesterone (P(4)) insert (Endometrin) for luteal support for assisted reproductive technology (ART). DESIGN Multicenter, randomized, open-label (assessor-blinded) phase III clinical trial. SETTING Twenty-five U.S. ART centers. PATIENT(S) A total of 1,211 ART patients randomized to three groups: Endometrin 100 mg twice daily (n = 404), Endometrin 100 mg three times daily (n = 404), and P(4) 90 mg 8% gel daily (n = 403… Expand
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