clinical pregnancy


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clinical pregnancy

Any conception that is detected by ultrasonography or serum hormone levels, whether or not the pregnancy is healthy or likely to progress to delivery of a newborn child. Examples of clinical pregnancies include healthy singleton, twin, and other multiple pregnancies; ectopic pregnancies; and threatened miscarriages, among others.
See also: pregnancy
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48% clinical pregnancy rate and a 38% delivery rate per embryo transfer inclusive of all age groups.
Serum FSH level for all male participants was measured before testicular sperm extraction, mature oocyte counts, fertilization rate, number of transferred embryos, embryo quality on day 3, clinical pregnancy and birth rates were included.
Clinical pregnancy was defined as presence of one or more gestational sacs on trans-vaginal scan in the fifth week of gestation.
Overall, the total pregnancy rate was 28% with a clinical pregnancy rate of 21%.
found that the probability of clinical pregnancy did not seem to be reliant on the type of GnRH agonist protocol used (12).
For 2002, they report clinical pregnancy per cycle start for women under age 35 of 71%.
By providing novel clinical data to IVF clinicians early, this non-invasive clinical tool has the potential to improve clinical pregnancy rates for IVF patients.
For example, in a study of 45,163 assisted re-production embryo transfers in 2007, increases in obesity were associated with lower clinical pregnancy and live birth weights (Human Reprod.
It seems hyper-secretion of LH and hyper-androgenemia are associated with reduced oocyte quality and impaired implant tation and clinical pregnancy and increased abortion in these patients (3).
Dr Marco Gaudoin, study author and Medical Director of the Glasgow Centre for Reproductive Medicine, said "The recent data not only show that the Eeva(TM) Test results in an increased clinical pregnancy rate, but also that applying the procedure more broadly may help clinicians who are practicing single embryo transfer in aiming to reduce multiple pregnancies.
also showed that pretreatment with transdermal testosterone increased clinical pregnancy and live birth rates in poor responders, but it was based on only two randomized trials (Hum.
DGFC achieved an impressive 60 per cent clinical pregnancy rate in all its clients for the second quarter of this year.

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