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A Comparison between Two Vitrification Devices: Plastic Blade and McGill Cryoleaf

The introduction of vitrification in the every-day clinical practice stimulated research on the vitrification devices. Today, several vitrification devices are available in the market with good clinical outcomes. Recently, Sugiyama et al, introduced a novel and simple device made by a thin plastic board attached to a serum tube. This device, called “plastic blade”, can be made in-house, it is very cheap and provides enough space to write on it information about the embryos. Sugiyama et al, reported excellent results with this device, in terms of survival, implantation and pregnancy rates. The simplicity and the low cost of the plastic blade prompted us to test this device before its introduction in the clinical practice of our Department.

 

Citation: Panagopoulou M, Nikolettos N, Dala V, Tsakos E, Charalabopoulos K, et al. (2013) A Comparison between Two Vitrification Devices: Plastic Blade and McGill Cryoleaf. Human Genet Embryol 3:102

 
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