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IVF

abbr.
in vitro fertilization
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IVF

abbreviation for
(Medicine) in vitro fertilization
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IVF

in vitro fertilization.
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Translations

IVF

N ABBR =in vitro fertilizationFIV f
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IVF

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

abbr in vitro fertilization. V. fertilization.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Despite this, only some people are eligible for IVF treatment on the NHS.
that That means the proportion of successful IVF cycles on has increased by nearly three quarters (71 per cent) in 25 years.
40 years ago Brown became first human from IVF Critics warn that means being a parent can sometimes be a matter of being rich enough to pay.
The study further showed, for the first time and in the population, that the age-driven steady decline in ART / IVF success not only begins earlier than at previously assumed mid-30s (before age 30) but also occurs at increasing rates.
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.
The affirmation reflects the unchanged statutory guarantee for IVF's financial obligations from the Autonomous Community of Valencia (Valencia), whose ratings were affirmed at 'BBB-'/'F3' with Stable Outlook on 20 October 2017.
According to available statistics based on the performance indicator from various centres across the country, it is estimated that over 40,000 babies have been born through IVF in Nigeria since 1989 (4,5,20).
Assisted reproductive ('AR') technologies, including in vitro fertilization ('IVF') to overcome infertility, are now widely available across the Middle East.
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.