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ZyMot devices collect the best-performing sperm for use in ART procedures, which can lead to better patient outcomes.
ZyMot devices prepare motile sperm from semen for use in ICSI, IUI and IVF procedures. These FDA and CE approved devices are the first of their kind in the global market.
ZyMot devices require up to 80% less hands-on tech time, which means fewer opportunities for human error. There is no prep and sperm separation can be standardized in clinical settings, reducing variability among lab personnel.
ZyMoT revolutionary tools simulate the natural barriers of the cervical and uterine pathway that sperm must overcome to fertilize an egg.
SCIENTIFIC RESULTS ΖΥΜΟΤ1-5
Reducing DNA fragmentation and reactive oxygen species (ROS) production
Increase in Sperm Mobility
Increase in fertility rates
In comparison with the traditional procedures of sperm separatioν, ΖyMoT devices assist in:
- avoiding DGC and preserve normal sperm morphology, significantly reducing DNA fragmentation and reactive oxygen species (ROS) production
- efficiently isolating the healthiest, rapidly progressive sperm, to help achieve outcomes that matter.
- Increased fertility and euploidy rates.
- providing considerable time savings and standardization over conventional methods
Crete Fertility Centre uses ZyMoT devices with significant success, resulting in the improvement of the procedure and the quality of sperm used in IVF and ICSI treatments.
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