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A Free Infertility Camp At Gunasheela Hospital

A Rare & Real Chance For Couples With No Children To Get The Best Possible Solutions And Expert Advise For All Your Concerns Related To Infertility.
Date: 26th May 2018
Time: 8.30am – 2.30pm
Venue: 
Gunasheela Surgical & Maternity Hospital,
Basavangudi, Bangalore
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A 3-Day Workshop On Clinical Aspects Of Andrology
The First Practical Training Course in Laboratory And Clinical Aspects Of Andrology In Association With Gunasheela Fertility Centre. The event was organized by Institute Of Academic Excellence in Healthcare (IAEHC). IAEHC is an educational wing of Gunasheela Fertility Centre. Click here for more.
By Dr. Ashok Agarwal
(American Center For Reproductive Medicine)
Dates: 27th, 28th & 29th April, 2018

Gunasheela’s first Successful pregnancy following 24 hour Pre-Implantation Genetic Screening (PGS) on a ffrozen-thawd single embryo transfer 2016 February

We have achieved a pregnancy through a single frozen embryo transfer after a preimplantation genetic screening procedure done within 24 hours. A frozen embryo was thawed, cultured into a blastocyst and then biopsied to do PGS. The PGS was performed in a record time of 24 hours in our own in-house lab, THE FIRST OF ITS KIND IN THE COUNTRY.

This single embryo was transferred and resulted in a successful pregnancy. Usually, the PGS takes time and the embryo, therefore, cannot be transferred during the same cycle. The embryo is frozen and transferred after the results of PGS are available.

To perform PGS within 24 hours requires medically qualified expertise & immense experienced skillset and is the only option for patients who have frozen embryos. It can also be useful in some patients who need fresh embryo transfer having a in-house dedicated PGS, genetic lab is critical in this situation.

CNBC Award 2013: India Health Care Awards 2013 | CNBC

Best Single Speciality Hospital in India – Gynaecology CNBCTV18’s India Health Care Awards 2013

 

 

 

 

Beat the odds | Deccan Herald

Ray of Hope Though infertility due to female genital TB is considered almost absolute, timely diagnosis and treatment may bring positive results, assures Dr. Devika Gunasheela