The EmbryoViewer software is the workstation from which the actual inspection and analysis take place. It is also the hub for registering and reading patient data and for visualising incubation conditions. In this video, we will give you an overview of the software.
In this video, we will look into how the EmbryoViewer software with Guided Annotation and KIDScore can help you get a simple and efficient workflow for analysing embryo development and deciding which embryo to transfer.
To evaluate embryos, you need to collect information about each viable embryo in a cohort. In this video we will look into how to define such a strategy in the EmbryoViewer.
Guided Annotation is a tool in the EmbryoViewer designed to make your annotation process more efficient. The new version of Guided Annotation is based on artificial intelligence-based algorithms. This video will teach you about the concepts of the tool.
“Compare & Select” is the EmbryoViewer software tool for comparing all embryos across a patient’s treatments. In this video, we will look into the different features of the “Compare & Select” tool.
Information models can be used to generate an overview of embryo development parameters and to streamline the embryo evaluation process by making sure that the same information is taken into account for all embryos.
During this video, you will learn how to export a video of embryo development to a format that you can save on your computer or USB or, for example, include in a presentation
When you are using your EmbryoScope time-lapse system to register information about patient embryos and treatments, the export function of the EmbryoViewer represents a way to export this information into a spreadsheet format. In this video, we will look into how to set up your EmbryoViewer software to export the data you need.
This movie demonstrates how to load the EmbryoSlide culture dish to the EmbryoScope time-lapse incubator.
This movie demonstrates how to load the EmbryoSlide+ culture dish to the EmbryoScope+ time-lapse incubator.
This movie demonstrates how to prepare and load the EmbryoSlide Flex culture dish to the EmbryoScope Flex time-lapse incubator.
This publication compares available randomised control trials (RCTs) on time-lapse versus traditional embryo incubation and evaluation to assess the effect of time-lapse and concludes that using time-lapse as a complete system helps to improve clinical outcome rates.Read study
The publication by Petersen et. al. "Development of a generally applicable morphokinetic algorithm capable of predicting the implantation potential of embryos transferred on Day 3" has been published in Human Reproduction. Here you can find an overview of the key messages and a short summary.Read summary
Watch this recorded webinar from the IVF Worldwide Online Congress, where Dr. Mikkel Fly Kragh presented new developments based on time-lapse and artificial intelligence.
Are you interested in learning more about how artificial intelligence can be used in IVF? Read this blog post by Dr. Tine Qvistgaard Kajhøj where she takes you through the evolution of Vitrolife’s AI-based tools for IVF.Read blog post
In this recorded webinar, Dr. Mikkel Fly Kragh will go through how he and colleagues have worked on integrating artificial intelligence into time-lapse and more specifically how they have automated blastocyst grading using AI.Watch webinar
In this recorded webinar, Prof. David Gardner discusses how the latest new technologies such as time-lapse, AI-based analysis of sequences of embryo development, metabolic profiling and non-invasive genetic testing are now coming together to assist in selecting not only the most viable but also the healthiest embryo for transfer. The culmination of the technologies is a significantly reduced time to a healthy pregnancy.Watch webinar
In this recorded webinar Dr. Tine Qvistgaard Kajhøj will guide you through the benefits of streamlined embryo evaluation, how to perform it and how it helps you obtain improved results.Watch webinar
Numerous articles supporting the clinical benefits of using time-lapse in IVF have been published over the last couple of years including, reduced pregnancy loss, improved implantation rate and shorter time to pregnancy. Download this white paper to understand how you can benefit from time-lapse.Download white paper
Several published papers and RCTs have shown that time-lapse culture and evaluation with EmbryoScope have been proven to improve clinical outcome. In this blog post, Dr. Stephen Troup compares outcomes between centres across the UK based on how HFEA's statistics from 2015 to 2016 shows a correlation between improved implantation rate and having an EmbryoScope or more installed. This uplift in implantation rate is similar to what has been reported in many of the published papers on the subject.Read blog post
New assessment methods call for new assessment measures. Having a common nomenclature can form the basis for clearer communication of embryo assessment and evaluation. The nomenclature described in this blog post is what we have found to facilitate ease of agreement and understanding between time-lapse users.Read blog post
In this movie Dr. Christer Silversand explains why you should use specific embryo culture media for specific applications. He also describes the development of G-TL - the first embryo culture medium specifically designed for time-lapse culture.Watch movie
In this presentation Dr. Alison Campbell, Director of Embryology at CARE Fertility, UK, talks about what their patients think about time-lapse and what the real impact is for them.
In this presentation from ESHRE 2017, Dr. Cristina Hickman presents experiences from Boston Place Clinic in UK, an IVF clinic designed around time-lapse technology. Offering time-lapse to all patients has led to efficiencies in the laboratory processes that created opportunities for cost reduction over time.Watch presentation
In this presentation from ESHRE 2015, Dr. Steven Troup describes the 100% time-lapse strategy at the public Hewitt Fertility Centres in UK, where all patients can benefit from the use of time-lapse.