We always ensure the best Embryo to be developed and transferred through the use of PGS (Preimplantation Genetic Screening).
We, at Indo Nippon IVF, use the best in class testing methods like next generation sequencing (NGS) which delivers perfect accuracy during the whole phenomena.
Moreover, in order to diagnose for any genetic issues in the Embryos before the pregnancy, we further bring in use the Revolutionary Pre-implantation Genetic Screening (PGS) technology. PGS is usually considered at Indo Nippon IVF in certain cases where the couples are deemed to be genetically normal and just want to be assured with the fact that only the normal embryos are getting transported during the process of IVF.
Indo Nippon IVF also diagnoses for aneuploidy by checking any chromosomal deformities along with further checks on embryos with inaccurate number of chromosomes, translocations, and chromosomes which are organized in an incorrect manner. For example, a facsimile chromosome 21 confirms the existence of Down syndrome during the pregnancy. Moreover, once the embryos have gone through the screening and evident of being without any visible genetic defects, they can now be transported in the uterus to go ahead with the further IVF procedure. All these Pre screening procedures can sometimes be used as the best available alternative to other procedures during the pregnancy like chorionic villus sampling and amniocentesis as parents were earlier pushed down to terminate the pregnancy in case of any genetic defects detected. We, at Indo Nippon IVF, were the first to acclimatize this Next generation sequencing (NGS) technology in case of pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) and this technique can certainly be considered as way ahead that the existing PCR techniques in the Reproductive technology world.
The best part about this Next generation sequencing (NGS) stays in its capability of single transformation detection and fully fledged 24-chromosome aneuploidy screening process with perfect accuracy. Moreover, both tests can be carried out at the same time on the specific embryo.
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