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An IVF cycle is still more likely to fail than succeed, and, everywhere, the demand for treatment is rising. Our microIVF device triples success rates per cycle.

Throughout the entire IVF process, eggs and sperm undergo unnatural stress that they would not encounter in the human body. Smaller than a pinhead, Fertilis’s 3D printed microIVF device reinvents the petri dish by changing how scientists conduct cell culture. By enabling embryologists to perform cell culturing in a dynamic rather than static environment, microIVF mimics nature, transforming the IVF procedure into one that more accurately replicates the environment of the human body.

microIVF is made up of two parts– a cradle and a nest. The cradle contains a single cell or small group of cells, and the nest holds several cradles securely in place. Embryologists can separately control the environment of each cradle by regulating a tiny flow of medium through the nest into individual cradles, which means that they can conduct cell culture with changing environments.

As a result, embryos develop in an environment that better replicates the human body, and because the device automates much of the IVF procedure, it decreases the risk of human error.

Unlike other IVF technology that focuses on selecting the best embryo for implantation, Fertilis’s microIVF device improves embryo quality.

The typical IVF patient needs three cycles of IVF to become pregnant. A patient treated with our microIVF device only needs two.

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microIVF improves embryo development, reduces the risk of human error, and triples IVF success rates per cycle. Interested in learning more?

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