This book is a complete guide to setting up an IVF laboratory. Beginning with an introduction to the history and the basics, the following chapters take clinicians through the full set up and management process, from air quality control and cryopreservation facilities, to morphological embryo assessment, sperm processing and selection techniques, to document management systems. A separate chapter provides an update on semen analysis based on World Health Organisation (WHO) standards and interpretation of results. Written by an extensive author and editor team from the UK, Europe and the USA, this practical manual is invaluable for embryologists and IVF specialists planning to set up and manage an IVF laboratory successfully. Key points Practical guide to setting up and managing an IVF laboratory Provides step by step process Includes chapter on semen analysis based on WHO standards and interpretation of results Extensive author and editor team from UK, Europe and USAOther modern software, like Team Viewer, can be used to get temporary controlled access to clinic stations, laboratory ... External access and VPN: Should be very restricted and only authorized to the persons from the clinic, which directly are working with patient information and quality system documentation. ... User authentication: Defining of usenames and passwords and areas of restricted access.
|Title||:||A Practical Guide to Setting Up an IVF Lab, Embryo Culture Systems and Running the Unit|
|Author||:||Alex C Varghese, Peter Sjoblom, K Jayaprakasan|
|Publisher||:||JP Medical Ltd - 2013-07-30|