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Ovarian stimulation strategies: maximizing efficiency in ART

Ovarian stimulation strategies: maximizing efficiency in ART
  • Reproductive medicine
  • Embryology
    Fertility
Regional conference by Excemed
Saturday, Apr 29 - Sunday, Apr 30 2017
Bangkok, Thailand

Language

English

Registration status
Closed

To register for this event, contact

Meridiano Congress International (Italy)
Event Manager: David Slangen
T +39 06 88 595 250 -  F +39 06 88595 234
david.slangen@meridiano.it

Registration fee

150.00€

The registration fee is 150€ and includes:

• Access to scientific sessions
• Educational materials
• Certificate of attendance
• Coffee breaks and luncheons

Dinners are not included

Target audiences

This programme is designed for clinicians and biologists working in assisted reproductive medicine
who want to acquire up-to date information for improving their current practice.

Files

Introduction

Access resources by clicking the Outcomes tab or scroll down to the Scientific Programme.

 


 

EXCEMED designed this programme in partnership with Omnia Education

Overview

Success rates following IVF treatment have increased significantly since the early days, mainly contributed by the introduction and use of ovarian stimulation. Controlled ovarian stimulation (COS) has a vital role in IVF by allowing control of the various events and increasing the number of oocytes to optimise outcomes. The aim of COS is to achieve maximal success with minimal side effects. Other important aspects to be considered are cost-effectiveness and patient compliance. Progress in or understandings of ovarian physiology and new advances in ovarian stimulation strategies have made it possible to achieve the best outcomes with COS. The aim of this workshop is to lay out ideal outcomes desired by patients, embryologists, clinicians following ART and fine-tuned, individualised approaches towards attaining these goals.

Faculty

Klaus Buehler
Centre for Reproductive Medicine & Gynaecological
Endocrinology
Stuttgart, Germany

Robert fischer
Fertility Centre Hamburg
Hamburg, Germany

Jean noel Hugues
Reproductive Medicine Unit, Jean Verdier Hospital,
University Paris XIII
Paris, France

Nicolaos Polyzos
Dexeus University Hospital
Barcelona, Spain


Sesh Sunkara
Queen’s Hospital
Essex, UK           

Learning objectives

• Define laboratory and clinical outcomes for defining success in ART
• Identify key factors influencing the success of ART
• Tailor the best stimulation protocol for patient undergoing ART
• Discuss and debate changing approaches to ART

Scientific programme

Saturday, 29 April 2017


12.00  Registration
            Welcome lunch

14.00  Opening and introduction

SESSION I

14.10  L1  What is success in ART? (laboratory and clinical outcomes for defining success in ART) VIDEO LECTURE
   N. Polyzos (Spain)

14.35  L2  Number of oocytes for optimising IVF outcomes
    S. Sunkara (UK)

15.00  L3  Female age, ovarian reserve and ovarian reserve tests: implications for ART 
    N. Polyzos (Spain)

15.25    coffee break

15.45    interactive case studies session

16.45    panel discussion

17.45    end of the first day

Sunday, 30 April 2017


08.30     Wrap up

SESSION II

08.45  L4  Ovarian response groups, suboptimal response and the pOSeiDOn concept  VIDEO LECTURE
    K. Buehler (Germany)

09.10  L5  What kind of gonadothropins to use?  VIDEO LECTURE
    K. Buehler (Germany)

09.35   L6  Stimulation strategies for overcoming impaired response  VIDEO LECTURE
    J.N. Hugues (France)
   
10.00    coffee break

10.15  L7  is there a place for mild stimulation and modifying natural cycle in icOS? VIDEO LECTURE
    J.N. Hugues (France)

10.45  L8  is the time ready for all freeze strategy for all patients?  VIDEO LECTURE
    S. Sunkara (UK)
   
11.10    interactive case studies session

12.10    panel discussion

12.45    concluding remarks

13.00    end of the workshop

    closing lunch

CME provider

EXCEMED - Excellence in medical education


Programme Manager: Silvia Cristofanelli
T +39 06 420413 421 - F +39 06 420413 677
silvia.cristofanelli@excemed.org
Medical Advisor: Sesh Sunkara
sksunkara@hotmail.com

Speakers

Klaus Beuhler

Centre for Reproductive Medicine & Gynaecological Endocrinology
Stuttgart, Germany
Slide kit
Klaus Buhler
Reproductive medicine
Slide kit
Klaus Buhler
Reproductive medicine
Slide kit
Klaus Buhler
Reproductive medicine
Video
Klaus Buhler
Reproductive medicine
Slide kit
Roungsin Choavaratana
Reproductive medicine
Video
Jean-Noël Hugues
Reproductive medicine
Slide kit
Jean-Noël Hugues
Reproductive medicine
Slide kit
Jean-Noël Hugues
Reproductive medicine
Slide kit
Jean-Noël Hugues
Reproductive medicine
Video
Nikolaos P Polyzos
Reproductive medicine
Slide kit
Nikolaos P Polyzos
Reproductive medicine
Slide kit
Nikolaos P Polyzos
Reproductive medicine
Slide kit
Nikolaos P Polyzos
Reproductive medicine
Slide kit
Sesh Kamal Sunkara
Reproductive medicine
Slide kit
Sesh Kamal Sunkara
Reproductive medicine
Slide kit
Sesh Kamal Sunkara
Reproductive medicine
Video
Sesh Kamal Sunkara
Reproductive medicine