The World Health Organization initiative on implantation research : [articles in Contraception on results of research supported by a joint WHO/Rockefeller Foundation initiative on implantation]
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UNDP/UNFPA/WHO/World Bank Special Programme of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction. (2005). The World Health Organization initiative on implantation research : [articles in Contraception on results of research supported by a joint WHO/Rockefeller Foundation initiative on implantation]. Oxford : Elsevier Reprints. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/69074
DescriptionReprinted from: Contraception, April 2005, vol. 71, no. 4
Papers providing an overview of the work carried out in the six centres supported by the Initative
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Comparison of pregnancy and implantation rates in zygote intrafallopian transfer and uterine embryo transfer for nontubal infertility Agha Hosseini, M.; Aleyaseen, A.; Peyvandi, S.; Kashani, L. (2010)We carried out a prospective randomized trial on 220 couples with nontubal factor infertility to compare pregnancy rates and implantation rates after zygote intrafallopian transfer [ZIFT] and uterine embryo transfer [UET]. The zygote was transferred by laparoscopy into the fallopian tube 24 hours after oocyst retrieval. UET was performed 72 hours after retrieval with abdominal sonography guide. Transfer was performed in 102 cycles in the ZIFT and 100 cycles in the UET group. The pregnancy and implantation rates were significantly higher in the ...
World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (EM/RC61/INF.DOC.5 Rev. 1Provisional agenda item 3(f), 2014)