INTRAUTERINE INSEMINATION

Intrauterine insemination as an infertility therapy in which semen sample is washed to remove prostaglandins, infectious agents and antigenic proteins present in the seminal fluid. Another substantial advantage of these techniques is the removal of nonmotile sperm leucocytes or immature germ cells. The washing is performed to separate the active sperms which are used in intrauterine injection. The washing is done by various methods using specialized medias. In this course theoretical and practical demonstration of IUI will be given. Special hands on training will also be provided for requesting candidates.
This course is recommended for Laboratory technicians, gynecologist practicing or planning to practice ART and medical students willing to chose infertility as a carrier option.