Asynchronous embryo transfer or ASET is a method in which two embryos at different stages of cultivation are transferred. The difference in the age of the embryos is normally around 24 – 48 hours. Typically, one embryo is transferred after 72 hours and the other around 120 hours after fertilisation.
The asynchronous embryo transfer method is one part of our IVF treatment offerings. Your physician will recommend it in cases where it will be beneficial to increase the chances of success in embryo implantation. If you would like to discuss what specific treatment methods are suitable for you with our specialist, please contact us. Your IVF coordinators will arrange an initial no-obligation consultation with your doctor.
Preimplantation genetic screening and diagnosis — prevention of nesting failure and transmission of genetic defects.
Modern microsurgical sperm collection methods from the testicles and epididymis in the case of low / zero sperm concentration.
Selection of the best quality sperm based on concentration and motility using a microfluidic chip.
Intracytoplasmic injection of sperm directly into the egg in order to overcome barriers and increase chances of fertilisation.
An innovative polarising microscopy method for monitoring egg maturity to determine the correct timing for fertilisation.
Monitored embryo development over 48 hours to select the embryo with the highest potential for implantation.
A real-time embryo development tracking system to select the embryos with the highest potential for nesting.
A special solution for protecting the embryo and facilitating its connection with the uterine lining.
Laser-assisted hatching is a non-invasive method for facilitating an embryo to leave the protective shell and promote nesting.
ERA test, beReady — advanced analytical methods of the genetic profile of the uterine lining to determine the timing of implantation.
Preservation of eggs and embryos for potential future use by fast, gentle and efficient freezing.