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    Feskov O.M., Feskova I.A., Zhylkova I.S., Bezpechna I.M., Blazhko O.V.

    THE INFLUENCE OF INTRAUTERINE ADMINISTRATION OF PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELLS ON IMPLANTATION RATES IN “FRESH” AND “CRYO” IVF PROGRAMS


    About the author: Feskov O.M., Feskova I.A., Zhylkova I.S., Bezpechna I.M., Blazhko O.V.
    Heading CLINICAL MEDICINE
    Type of article Научная статья
    Annotation The influence of intrauterus application of peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) on the embryo implantation rate for infertile patients in fresh IVF programs and after using of frozen embryos was investigated. Application of PBMCs increases possibility of embryo implantation and pregnancy rate almost in 1.9 times in fresh IVF cycles. Application of PBMC for frozen embryos increases implantation rate in 2.0 times. For embryo cryopreservation the method of vitrification was applied.
    Tags embryo implantation, PBMC, vitrification, clinical pregnancy
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    Publication of the article «World of Medicine and Biology» №3(30), 2011 year, 132-134 pages, index UDK 573.6:618