Factors predicting the cumulative outcome of IVF/ICSI treatment: a multivariable analysis of 2450 patients.

@article{Cai2011FactorsPT,
  title={Factors predicting the cumulative outcome of IVF/ICSI treatment: a multivariable analysis of 2450 patients.},
  author={Qianhua Cai and Fei Wan and Rui Huang and Hong Wei Zhang},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={2011},
  volume={26 9},
  pages={2532-40}
}
BACKGROUND Knowing predictors of pregnancy in IVF is helpful for clinicians to individualize the treatment plans and improve patient counseling and for patients to decide whether to undergo infertility treatment. The aim of the study was to identify independent predictors of the chance of clinical pregnancy after a completed IVF/ICSI cycle (fresh plus cryopreserved embryos transferred from one stimulated cycle) and to compare the predictive value of important predictors identified. METHODS… CONTINUE READING
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