Learn how to use some of our products by watching them being used in an IVF-lab.
This movie demonstrates the use of Vitrolife products during sperm preparation. The protocol covers both the density gradient and the swim-up method.
This movie demonstrates the use of MicroCell for semen analysis. The MicroCell is a disposable counting chamber designed for accurate analysis of semen samples. Two or four samples can be assessed on each MicroCell.
This movie demonstrates how to perform embryo culture using culture media G-1, G-2, G-MOPS PLUS and OVOIL.
This movie demonstrates how to load the EmbryoSlide+ culture dish to the EmbryoScope+ time-lapse incubator.
This movie demonstrates how to perform embryo culture in a time-lapse setting using the culture media G-TL, specifically designed for time-lapse culture, together with Primo Vision time-lapse system. G-MOPS PLUS and OVOIL are also part of the procedure.
This movie demonstrates how to load the EmbryoSlide culture dish to the EmbryoScope time-lapse incubator.
This movie demonstrates how to perform embryo transfer using the implantation promoting transfer medium EmbryoGlue.
This movie demonstrates how to vitrify oocytes using RapidVit Oocyte, RapidWarm Oocyte and other Rapid-i accessories.
This movie demonstrates how to vitrify embryos, both cleavage stage embryos and blastocysts. Products used are RapidVit Cleave, RapidWarm Cleave, RapidVit Blast, RapidWarm Blast and other Rapid-i accessories.
This movie demonstrates how to vitrify oocytes and embryos using RapidVit Omni, RapidWarm Omni and other Rapid-i accessories.
This movie demonstrates how to cryopreserve cleavage stage embryos using FreezeKit cleave and ThawKit cleave.
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.
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