IVF


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IVF

abbr.
in vitro fertilization

IVF

abbreviation for
(Medicine) in vitro fertilization

IVF

in vitro fertilization.
Translations

IVF

N ABBR =in vitro fertilizationFIV f

IVF

[ˌaɪviːˈɛf] n (=in vitro fertilization) → FIV f(= fécondation in vitro)

IVF

abbr in vitro fertilization. V. fertilization.
References in periodicals archive ?
Health boards are tasked to begin IVF treatment within 12 months for 90 per cent of eligible patients.
Shotts MSP Alex Neil said: "It is great news that the Scottish Government's IVF waiting times target has been well exceeded, with 100 per cent of patients in Lanarkshire beginning treatment within a year of being referred.
Present at the event were Dr Michael Fakih, medical director of Fakih IVF Group; Prakash Janardan, NMC's director of IVF Operations; Clancey Po, NMC's director of Corporate Operations Strategy and senior management of NMC Healthcare group and Fakih IVF.
IVF was created as the vehicle for the regional government to implement its financial policy and channel public credit to promote the economic and social development of the region.
IVF is a form of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) wherein the fertilization of the egg takes place outside the body and once the egg is fertilized, it is inserted back into the womb.
New figures show 13 areas of England have restricted or completely halted IVF treatment since the start of the year - including trusts in Wirral and Cheshire.
CrossBay Medical Inc revealed on Wednesday the receipt of approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance for the CrossBay IVF Embryo Transfer Catheter Set for ultrasound-guided transfer of embryos into the uterine cavity following in vitro fertilization.
Additionally, the Embryo Glue is advancement in the IVF technology that is leading to improved results to the IVF treatment cycle.
Or such treatments are available in majority of metro and semi-metro cities that are attributed to the lack of recognized super specialization course under Indian medial system to become IVF specialist and with 15% infertile couples, India offers a huge potential to expand IVF treatment reach.
In 1978, when England's Louise Brown became the world's first baby born through in vitro fertilization, physicians at academic centers across the United States scrambled to figure out how they, too, could provide IVF to the thousands of infertile couples for whom nothing else had worked.
A 2006 systematic review compared ORT and IVF in 1811 children 0 to 18 years of age with viral gastroenteritis who were treated for failure to rehydrate in both outpatient and inpatient settings (18 randomized controlled trials [RCTs] of poor to moderate quality).
Reading these reports must have been pretty scary for women who'd had IVF or were contemplating it.