Transfer of 2 Embryos Using a Double-Embryo Transfer Protocol Versus 2 Sequential Single-Embryo Transfers: The Impact on Multiple Pregnancy

@article{Monteleone2018TransferO2,
  title={Transfer of 2 Embryos Using a Double-Embryo Transfer Protocol Versus 2 Sequential Single-Embryo Transfers: The Impact on Multiple Pregnancy},
  author={Pedro Augusto Ara{\'u}jo Monteleone and Pedro Felipe Magalh{\~a}es Peregrino and Edmund Chada Baracat and Paulo Cesar Serafini},
  journal={Reproductive Sciences},
  year={2018},
  volume={25},
  pages={1501 - 1508}
}
Introduction: Assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs) are associated with potential risks, mainly related to multiple pregnancies, which are around 20% to 25%. Iatrogenic multiple pregnancies due to ovarian stimulation with multiples embryos transferred can be avoided by the elective single-embryo transfer (eSET), a growing practice worldwide. Adequately applied eSET, which impact on the incidence of complications without compromising treatment success, is still a challenge. The aim of this… CONTINUE READING

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