IUI


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IUI

abbr.
intrauterine insemination

IUI

abbreviation for
1. (Gynaecology & Obstetrics) intrauterine insemination: a form of fertility treatment in which sperm are injected directly into the uterus
2. (Communications & Information) intelligent user interface: a system enabling and facilitating interaction between humans and computers
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These drawbacks have resulted in the recent removal of IUI treatment protocols including GnRH agonists.
Administration of r-hCG prior to IUI resulted in a higher clinical pregnancy rate compared with spontaneous serum LH surge: 18.
4% per cycle have been reported in literature following treatment of subfertile patients with gonadotropin stimulation and IUI.
A retrospective study design and a data collection protocol, which was approved by the Ethics Committee of Peking University Third Hospital, were used to collect information of infertility couples undergoing IUI cycles in four reproductive medical centers (Reproductive Medical Centers of Peking University Third Hospital, Haidian Maternal and Child Health Hospital, Beijing Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital, and Tianjin Fifth Central Hospital) between January 1, 2013 and December 31, 2013.
Here, a gamut of other services are also offered like complimentary products for infertility management that include IUI Kit, ET, IVF support instruments and genetic screening CarrierMap test to determine your risk of passing a genetic disease to your child.
IUI is an established treatment for idiopathic and mild male subfertility, and while several factors are associated with pregnancy outcomes, the role of direct immobilization has remained controversial.
By comparison, IUI averages $865 per cycle and IVF $12,400 per cycle.
In cases where IUI therapy is advised as a first line of treatment, the consulting clinician can determine its feasibility by obtaining the sperm concentration and progressive motility values of the semen sample after a sperm preparation process.
Clomiphene plus IUI remains first-line therapy for unexplained infertility
This process has a success rate of around 20%, which is comparable to IUI.