What sets Bourn Hall Fertility clinics apart is that we carry out advanced IVF procedures, using leading-edge technologies across all our clinics, with great precision and hygiene. Our tracking and witnessing system assures that samples are correctly identified during all the procedures and given our strong lineage; patients have great confidence in our treatment procedures.
Successful embryology requires an exceptionally sterile and sanitary environment and Bourn Hall Clinic is the only infertility clinic in all of Asia to have a Clean Room IVF Lab. A Clean Room IVF lab is absolutely essential for procedures like Single Embryo (Blastocyst) Transfer. A sterile environment allows for a healthy embryo to develop. This holds especially true given todays polluted environment. Airborne concentrations of microbes and nano particles can compromise embryo quality and lead to lower pregnancy rates. The Bourn Hall Clean Room IVF lab is a hi-tech, advanced lab specially designed to completely eradicate the harmful effect of virus, bacteria and other Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) on the growth of the embryo. In a Clean Room lab, external parameters such as humidity, airflow filtration, room pressure and air velocity are constantly monitored, so as to make the environment conducive for the healthy growth of an embryo.
At Bourn Hall, we carry out ICSI procedure with a technology termed as Sperm-Slow techniques which is also known as PICSI (Physiological ICSI). With this technique, we are able to evaluate the viability of sperms along with motility as well as morphology. Some of the advantages of the ICSI module at Bourn Hall are: An inverted microscope allows for high resolution images, which can be viewed and studied at later stages, if needed. All images, processes and tools are recorded with necessary comments, providing a complete history of embryos and acolytes, without any observer variations. Optimum conditions for ICSI procedures are assured by carrying them out over an anti-vibration platform.
At Bourn Hall, we ensure that regulatory guidelines are met by maintaining accurate temperature and environmental control with the use of laminar airflow. Oocytes outside the incubator are handled in optimum conditions by carefully monitoring and heating the work surface. Images are viewed and recorded for future reference and these images are also displayed on a flat screen monitor.