Male

Microfluidic Sperm separation is a new alternative to standard sperm processing method which does not require any use of centrifuge that tends to increase oxidative stress in sperm.

The raw sperm sample is pipetted into a specially designed device where sperms actively migrate from one well to another well against the movement of the fluid.

Where can microfluidics be recommended

• After recurring IUI failures
• In case of low rate of egg fertilization with ICSI in the previous cycle
• For recurring miscarriages
• After multiple embryo transfers without subsequent embryo implantation
• In case of poor-quality embryos in previous IVF cycles