Rapid warming increases survival of slow-frozen sibling oocytes: a step towards a single warming procedure irrespective of the freezing protocol?

@article{Parmegiani2014RapidWI,
  title={Rapid warming increases survival of slow-frozen sibling oocytes: a step towards a single warming procedure irrespective of the freezing protocol?},
  author={L Parmegiani and Carla Tatone and Graçiela Estela Cognigni and Silvia Bernardi and Enzo Troilo and Alessandra Arnone and Antonio Manuel Maccarini and Giovanna Di Emidio and Maurizio Vitti and Marco Filicori},
  journal={Reproductive biomedicine online},
  year={2014},
  volume={28 5},
  pages={614-23}
}
Nowadays, human oocytes/embryos are cryopreserved via slow freezing or vitrification. The aim of this study was to evaluate a rapid warming protocol for slow-frozen human oocytes based on the standard warming procedure for vitrification. This was a prospective study on 216 sibling oocytes randomized for either conventional rapid thawing or rapid warming with vitrification warming solution. The primary endpoint was morphological assessment of survival at 2h. Surviving oocytes were divided into… CONTINUE READING
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