Randomized, open trial comparing a modified double-lumen needle follicular flushing system with a single-lumen aspiration needle in IVF patients with poor ovarian response.

@article{Horn2017RandomizedOT,
  title={Randomized, open trial comparing a modified double-lumen needle follicular flushing system with a single-lumen aspiration needle in IVF patients with poor ovarian response.},
  author={Kyra von Horn and Marion Depenbusch and Askan Schultze-Mosgau and Georg Griesinger},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={2017},
  volume={32 4},
  pages={
          832-835
        }
}
Study question Is a modified double-lumen aspiration needle system with follicular flushing able to increase the mean oocyte yield by at least one in poor response IVF patients as compared to single-lumen needle aspiration without flushing? Summary answer Follicular flushing with the modified flushing system did not increase the number of oocytes, but increased the procedure duration. What is known already Most studies on follicular flushing were performed with conventional double-lumen… CONTINUE READING
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