AuthorsBolton, Virginia N.
Perez, Marta Jansa
AffiliationKing’s College London; Bridge Clinic London; Ninewells Hospital; St. Bartholomew’s Hospital; Liverpool Women’s Hospital; University of Chester
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AbstractThis article reviews the evidence regarding the safety and efficacy of intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). It provides evidence-based clinical and laboratory guidelines and recommendations for use of ICSI within an assisted reproductive technology (ART) service. The guidelines address the evidence for the use of ICSI rather than conventional IVF (cIVF); the use of ART techniques supplementary to ICSI; and risks associated with ICSI. This article is not intended to be the only approved standard of practice or to dictate an exclusive course of treatment. Other plans of management may be appropriate, taking into account the needs and medical history of the patient, available resources, and institutional or clinical practice limitations.
CitationBolton, V. N., Perez, M. J., Hughes, G., Moodley, T., Dean, M., Fernandez-Ponce, A., Southall-Brown, G., & Kasraie, J. (2023). The use of ICSI in ART: evidence for practice, Human Fertility, vol(issue), pages. https://doi.org/10.1080/14647273.2023.2243071
PublisherTaylor and Francis
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