Fertility News

Electronic Tags To Prevent Fertility Mix-Ups

Posted on Mon Jun 15, 2009

Electronic Tags Urged To Prevent Mix-ups In Fertility Clinics
After a serious mix-up in a fertility clinic in Wales, experts are now urging that electronic tags be used to track embryos, eggs, and sperm samples in all fertility clinics. Many believe that these electronic tags will reduce the number of mix-ups that occur in fertility clinics and should be made standard practice in all fertility clinics. “The technology for tagging will minimize the risk and increase confidence in fertility treatment,” according to one expert.


News Archive

Electronic Tags To Prevent Fertility Mix-UpsJun 15, 2009
Diet And Semen QualityJun 07, 2009
PAH Exposure And Male InfertilityMay 31, 2009
Nutrition And FertilityMay 26, 2009
Household Chemicals Damaging Baby BoysMay 17, 2009
A New Fertility Treatment: The Pregnancy PatchMay 10, 2009
Number Of Fertility Treatments Performed On The RiseMay 05, 2009
IVM--Better Than IVF?Apr 27, 2009
Preserving Fertility When Undergoing ChemoApr 20, 2009
New Low-Cost IVFApr 12, 2009
One Embryo In IVF Better Than TwoMar 30, 2009
Good Sex Helps ConceptionMar 23, 2009
New Hormone For Infertility TreatmentMar 18, 2009
Regulations For Fertility ClinicsMar 09, 2009
STDs And InfertilityMar 03, 2009
IVF And The Age FactorFeb 24, 2009