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Análise dos registros de dados da América Latina em Reprodução Assistida (dezembro de 2017)

Artigo comentado por Vinicius Bonato da Rosa e Darlete Matos Técnicas de Reprodução Assistida na América Latina: registros de 2014 é o artigo escolhido pelo comitê de embriologia da SBRH e que comentaremos esse mês. […]

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Papo de Laboratório

Relato de caso

O quadro “Histórias da FIV” deste mês recebe a querida Maristela, uma embriologista pioneira no Vale do Paraíba e que por transbordar orgulho e amor pela profissão inspirou os filhos a fazerem parte deste universo […]

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04.jan.19

Lançamento e-Book SisEmbrio – Manual de preenchimento dos dados SBRH

A SBRH em parceria com a Anvisa preparou para você o e-book de suporte ao preenchimento do SisEmbrio! Sabe aquelas perguntas do SisEmbrio que parecem simples, mas sempre geram dúvidas na hora do preenchimento? Então, […]

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13.dez.18

A-A Congelamento de óvulos: principal motivação é a falta de um parceiro, revela estudo

O que leva uma mulher relativamente nova, na faixa dos 35 anos, a congelar seus óvulos? Uma advogada de 39 anos — que prefere não revelar o nome — e passou pelo procedimento há um […]

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06.dez.18

Importação de sêmen aumenta mais de 2.500%

As solicitações e consequentes anuências de importação de amostras de sêmen aumentaram significativamente – mais de 2.500%, de 2011 a 2016. Esses são dados do 1° Relatório de Importação de Amostras Seminais para uso em […]

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28.nov.18

Fertility preservation in pediatric female cancer patients.

OBJECTIVE: To describe and demonstrate ovarian tissue cryopreservation (OTC) as an emerging fertility preservation technique DESIGN: Video presentation. SETTING: University hospital. PATIENT(S): A 6 year-old female patient diagnosed with aplastic anemia with plan for bone […]

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22.nov.18

Ovarian manipulation in ART: going beyond physiological standards to provide best clinical outcomes

Throughout much of recent medical history, illness and treatment have been considered in terms of a profoundly simple model in which physiological knowledge should be applied and either medical treatment or surgical repair performed when […]

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02.out.18

Cellular memory of DNA damage in oocyte quality control

Females are born with a finite number of eggs that are steadily depleted throughout their lifetime. This reserve of eggs is selected from a much larger pool of millions of precursor cells, or oocytes, that […]

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26.set.18

Association of culture medium with growth, weight and cardiovascular development of IVF children at the age of 9 years

STUDY QUESTION: Is embryo culture media used during an IVF/ICSI treatment associated with differences in growth, body composition and cardiovascular development as determined in 9-year-old singleton IVF children? SUMMARY ANSWER: The choice of in vitro […]

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14.set.18

Does a poor-quality embryo have an adverse impact on a good-quality embryo when transferred together?

This retrospective study was approved by the Ethics Committee of the Third Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University. All patients who underwent in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) at the reproduction centre of […]

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06.set.18

For women undergoing IVF, is fresh or frozen embryo transfer best?

The world’s first baby born via in-vitro fertilization turned 40 years old this summer. Still, after four decades, IVF is a relatively new field with ongoing debate on how to get the best results for […]

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29.ago.18

Best practice in the diagnosis and treatment of varicocele in children and adolescents

Overview A varicocele is defined as an abnormal dilation and tortuosity of the pampiniform plexus venous system that drains the testis. The prevalence of varicocele in the adolescent population has been shown to mirror that […]

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09.ago.18

Novel distance‑progesterone‑combined selection approach improves human sperm quality

Human sperm are subject to natural selection by a number of processes, including chemotaxis and the challenge of the long distance swim from the vagina to the fallopian ampulla in the human female reproductive system. […]

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30.jul.18

Does a nut-rich diet lead to better sperm quality?

Sperm count is on the decline in Western societies, according to recent studies, which means that men’s reproductive health is suffering. How can it be improved? A healthful diet that is abounding in nuts might […]

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25.jun.18

Animating embryos: thein totorepresentationof life

In the preface to the tenth and latest edition of his authoritative textbook on developmental biology, Scott F. Gilbert states that the science of becoming is currently itself undergoing a ‘metamorphic molt’, at the end […]

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18.jun.18

Should we forget about embryos till day 5?

INTRODUCTION On the basis of bibliography of the last years, there is a trend toward blastocyst transfer rather than cleavage embryo transfer. There are several studies that point out that blastocyst transfer could achieves better […]

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11.jun.18

Cell and genetic predictors of human blastocyst hatching success in assisted reproduction

The aim was to identify cell and genetic predictors of human blastocyst hatching success in assisted reproduction programmes via a prospective case-control study. Blastocysts, donated by couples in assisted reproduction programmes were used. Hatching success […]

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23.maio.18

I Simpósio Nacional de Embriologistas SBRH

O I Simpósio Nacional de Embriologistas SBRH foi um sucesso e marcou o início de um novo tempo nos eventos de embriologia. Um público ativo, formado por grandes embriologistas, novos embriologistas, estudantes e amigos fizeram […]

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14.maio.18

Taking paracetamol during pregnancy may reduce fertility of daughters

Taking paracetamol during pregnancy may impair the future fertility of female offspring, according to a review published in Endocrine Connections. The article reviews three separate rodent studies that all report altered development in the reproductive […]

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04.maio.18

I Simpósio Nacional de Embriologistas da SBRH foi um sucesso

O I Simpósio Nacional de Embriologistas da SBRH aconteceu no dia 28/04 em Florianópolis e foi um sucesso! Temas atuais, relevantes e que fazem parte do dia a dia do embriologista foram abordados e discutidos […]

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02.maio.18

Fertility breakthrough: New research could extend egg health with age

Princeton University researchers led by Coleen Murphy have identified a key protein in old, poor-quality C. elegans oocytes (unfertilized eggs): cathepsin B. When they administered a cathepsin B inhibitor midway through the fertile window — […]

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24.abr.18

Low total testosterone in men widespread, linked to chronic disease

A male’s total testosterone level may be linked to more than just sexual health and muscle mass preservation, a new study finds. Low amounts of the hormone could also be associated with chronic disease, even […]

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11.abr.18

Like babies, eggs send signals when ‘hungry’

A growing oocyte in the middle, which is very large with a bright green rim, surrounded by many small red follicle cells whose nuclei are stained blue. The thin bright-green hair-like structures between them are […]

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06.abr.18

Genetic profiling could improve IVF success

Genetic profiling could help determine whether an embryo created through in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) is likely to successfully transfer to the womb, increasing the success rate of the procedure. It’s part of a field of work […]

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28.mar.18

Monkey see, monkey 2: Scientists clone monkeys using technique that created Dolly the sheep

(CNN)For the first time, scientists say they created cloned primates using the same complicated cloning technique that made Dolly the sheep in 1996. Shanghai scientists created two genetically identical and adorable long-tailed macaques. The monkeys […]

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16.mar.18

Transfer of Fresh versus Frozen Embryos in Ovulatory Women

In vitro fertilization (IVF) has evolved rapidly since its inception 40 years ago. Advancements include controlled ovarian stimulation with gonadotropin, which multiplied the number of oocytes retrieved, and embryo yopreservation, which made it possible to […]

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28.fev.18

Os métodos não invasivos superarão os invasivos para avaliar gametas e embriões?

The need to identify the most viable embryo following in vitro fertilization (IVF) was established early in the history of human IVF, when the only available information about the embryo could be obtained from cleavage […]

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21.fev.18

Cultura do Semen

There are currently no WHO guidelines on the indications for semen culture; however, semen cultures are performed in the evaluation of male infertility and the assisted reproductive technology (ART) process. The relevance and significance of […]

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22.jan.18

Estudo: ibuprofeno pode causar infertilidade masculina

Aspirina e paracetamol tomados durante a gravidez também afetam os testículos de bebés ainda no ventre da mãe A toma de ibuprofeno pode ter um impacto negativo nos testículos de homens jovens, de acordo com […]

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19.out.17

Homenagem à Aparecida dos Santos Canha, a Cidinha

Como vimos na última edição do Papo de Laboratório, a história da embriologia no Brasil é muito recente, temos o privilégio de ainda conviver e aprender com os pioneiros da nossa profissão. Poder contar com […]

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24.ago.17

Pioneering IVF technique offers hope to families with inheritable mitochondrial disorders

Details of a pioneering IVF technique using mitochondrial replacement therapy (MRT) have been revealed, giving hope to those families with inheritable mitochondrial disorders that they may be able to have healthy children in the future. […]

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24.ago.17

Method behind first successful mitochondrial replacement therapy revealed

Details of the world’s first successful use of mitochondrial replacement therapy (MRT) in IVF have been published. Although the birth of a healthy baby to a mother carrying the mitochondrial mutation for Leigh Syndrome was […]

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24.ago.17

Smartphone-Based Semen Analyzer To Screen Male Infertility at Home

A new smartphone app that analyzes semen has been developed to help men test their infertility at the privacy and comfort of their home, finds new research. In tests, the researchers found that the easy-to-use […]

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24.ago.17

Here’s How Aspirin Boost Your Chances Of Conception

As I was skimming through my WhatsApp messages, I happened to read one of the messages which said, “Never discuss your children before a childless woman.” Things that are easy and taken for granted for […]

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24.ago.17

Scientists call for new ethical guidelines for ‘synthetic embryos

Rapid advances in stem cell and embryo research are in danger of outstripping current ethical guidelines and new regulations are urgently needed, warn scientists in a report published this week. ‘Synthetic’ structures – such as […]

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24.ago.17

First results of CRISPR gene editing of normal embryos released

A team in China has corrected genetic mutations in at least some of the cells in three normal human embryos using the CRISPR genome editing technique. The latest study is the first to describe the […]

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24.ago.17

Especialistas debatem sobre novas tecnologias e o futuro do diagnóstico laboratorial no Brasil

Casa cheia durante o debate promovido pela Câmara Brasileira de Diagnóstico Laboratorial (CBDL), no último dia 30/03, no auditório do Grupo Fleury, em São Paulo. Os mais conceituados profissionais do segmento laboratorial prestigiaram o workshop […]

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24.ago.17

Software de gestão laboratorial otimiza o armazenamento de amostras

A rastreabilidade do sistema LIS é indispensável para reduzir o tempo e os custos no processo de recuperação dos materiais guardados De acordo com o Conselho Federal de Medicina (CFM), as empresas que prestam serviços […]

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24.ago.17

Anticonceptivos hormonales y depresión

Un grupo de investigadores de la Universidad de Uppsala y Viena, realizaron una revisión de 24 estudios sobre la acción de los anticonceptivos en el cerebro de las mujeres. Mediante técnica de resonancia magnética, investigaron el efecto que tienen […]

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24.ago.17

Resultados obstétricos y neo-natales de ciclos de ICSI usando pentoxifilina para identificar espermatozoides viables en pacientes con astenozoospermia absoluta

Se realizó un seguimiento de 102 pacientes que lograron un embarazo clínico después de este tipo de tratamiento, en cuatro unidades de FIV en España e Italia. “Los resultados sugieren que no aumentan las consecuencias adversas, […]

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24.ago.17

Nuevas deleciones y mutaciones estructurales en el gen TUBB8: pacientes con fallos en la maduración de ovocitos, fecundación o desarrollo embrionario

Los resultados no solo enfatizan el papel importante de la proteína TUBB8 en la maduración de ovocitos, la fecundación y el desarrollo embrionario temprano, sino que también proporcionan una base para determinar las variaciones del […]

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24.ago.17

Relación entre la actividad física y la calidad seminal en hombres jóvenes sanos

Son muchos los beneficios que se han demostrado para los individuos al realizar ejercicio. La relación entre la actividad física y la calidad seminal suele ser ambigua. Factores como el estilo de vida, el ambiente, […]

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24.ago.17

Parto pretérmino y bajo peso al nacer tras DGP: análisis de 88010 nacidos vivos únicos tras DGP y ciclos de FIV.

Los embarazos mediante tratamientos de Reproducción Asistida están asociados con un mayor riesgo de complicaciones obstétricas comparados con las gestaciones espontáneas. Quizás dichas complicaciones puedan ser atribuidas a la infertilidad subyacente que motiva el tratamiento […]

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24.ago.17

Hospital inglês é autorizado a criar bebê de ‘três pais’

Um hospital inglês se tornou na quinta-feira o primeiro da nação a obter autorização para usar a técnica de fertilidade que envolve três progenitores, a fim de prevenir doenças hereditárias. O Reino Unido se tornou […]

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24.ago.17

Aplicativo iContraception – Obtenha os Critérios de Elegibilidade para uso de Contraceptivos da OMS

A SBRH em parceria com a Bayer estão disponibilizando o aplicativo iContraception. Através do aplicativo é possível obter os Critérios de Elegibilidade para uso de Contraceptivos da OMS. O aplicativo está disponível na AppStore e […]

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24.ago.17

Estudo revela que música eletrônica contribui para o desenvolvimento de embriões humanos

Já noticiamos aqui na Phouse que somos capazes de amar música com grave logo no útero da mãe, está lembrado? A matéria, que pode ser relembrada aqui, explica também que um feto ouve sons em sua […]

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24.ago.17

Why WALNUTS make men more fertile: Scientists claim the crunchy snack is essential for boosting sperm quality

Men struggling to have children could boost their fertility by eating walnuts, a new study claims. Scientists say that eating a walnut-enriched diet may improve sperm quality. Research found that the nut reduces lipid peroxidation, a […]

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24.ago.17

Why Choose the Reproductive Resource Center?

There was a time when fertility clinics were few and far between. Now, with fertility solutions more accessible than ever before we know our patients have the luxury of choosing a fertility clinic that feels […]

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24.ago.17

Aspirin increases pregnancy rate in women with inflammation

Infertility affects a large number of couples and individuals who are trying to conceive. New research suggests that a daily low dose of aspirin may increase chances of conception for women with chronic inflammation. Infertility – […]

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24.ago.17

Heavy lifting, shift work may negatively impact women’s fertility

Women who have physically demanding jobs may experience decreased fertility, finds new research by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Working schedules that fall outside normal daytime office hours may also lower a woman’s […]

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24.ago.17

New explanation found for age-related female infertility

Infertility affects millions of couples in the United States, and age is one of the main factors that influence a person’s ability to procreate. New research examines the genetic basis for age-related infertility in women […]

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24.ago.17

Primeira edição do genoma de embriões normais

Os cientistas chineses editaram com sucesso o genoma para corrigir mutações em embriões humanos viáveis ​​pela primeira vez. O estudo utilizou a tecnologia CRISPR que já havia sido utilizada para editar os genes em embriões […]

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24.ago.17

Eggs get less fertile with age because of chaotic cell division

Women hear the loaded reminders far too often: if you want to have children, you’d better do it before it’s too late. But why is it that eggs get less fertile as time passes? “Even […]

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24.ago.17

Parto pretérmino y bajo peso al nacer tras DGP: análisis de 88010 nacidos vivos únicos tras DGP y ciclos de FIV

Los embarazos mediante tratamientos de Reproducción Asistida están asociados con un mayor riesgo de complicaciones obstétricas comparados con las gestaciones espontáneas. Quizás dichas complicaciones puedan ser atribuidas a la infertilidad subyacente que motiva el tratamiento […]

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24.ago.17

Method behind first successful mitochondrial replacement therapy revealed

Details of the world’s first successful use of mitochondrial replacement therapy (MRT) in IVF have been published. Although the birth of a healthy baby to a mother carrying the mitochondrial mutation for Leigh Syndrome was […]

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24.ago.16

Primeiro estudo de edição genética com embriões humanos saudáveis testa limites éticos e técnicos

RIO — O uso de técnicas de edição genética em humanos é um dos temas mais controversos na ciência hoje, levantando uma série de questões éticas. Afinal, o que determina até onde os pesquisadores podem […]

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