This will be possible thanks to the use of time-lapse technology of embryos assessing.
This technique will identify those embryos whose chances to successful development are the highest.
Dr. Simon Fishel says: "The most significant problem in IVF is the difficulty of recognizing the most promising embryo. Reality is that only a third of all the embryos derived from natural or artificial insemination will be able to develop successfully in the future."
The time-lapse method will allow the specialists to assess the developing embryo (from the moment of fertilization and during the next three - five days) thanks to several thousands of photographic images taken during this period. This will allow to carefully select the embryos that are most appropriate for planting, which will three times increase woman's chances to a successful pregnancy and childbirth.