It introduces highly specialized laboratory micromanipulation techniques with sperm, eggs, or embryos. During IVF, sperm, in a special solution, is added to retrieved eggs in a special media. The sperm have to penetrate the individual eggs by themselves (without any assistance).
In the case of men with normal sperm conditions (normospermics), approx. 50% of retrieved eggs are fertilized. Even in the case of normospermics, not every egg is reached by a quality sperm. It remains a matter of coincidence. Unfortunately, even an abnormal spermatozoon may penetrate the egg and fertilize it. However, in the fifth, seventh, or ninth week of the pregnancy, the embryo’s development stops. ICSI, PICSI or IMSI are methods which provide a solution to this problem by identifying quality sperm.
Barbora Jonasovacoordinator EN
Barbora Jonasova has been part of Unica’s team since 2011 and highly appreciates the personal and friendly approach provided by her colleagues as well as the diversity and uniqueness of her profession. She feels that the role of being a coordinator is a mission; satisfaction and joy of patients are her top priorities. She places great value on the precision and promptness of her communication and she keeps the patient’s security, safety and trust as most important. As an open-minded person, she strives to understand her patients and help them experience a smooth and stress free process during their treatment.
Ana Horgcoordinator SRB, CRO, EN
Ana Horg has been with Unica since the second half of 2013. In her profession, reliability and stability are the most important values and as such, she always communicates with patients promptly and fluently. Her responsiveness and attention to detail are the basis of her truly personal touch.