How to Reduce Risk of Viral Transmissions During Fertility Treatment – HBV, HCV and HIV
Infertility treatment in couples where one or both parents are infected with viral load raises many concerns about transmission of the infection to the baby, laboratory technicians and medical staff, and contamination of other gametes/embryos that are from virus-free parents in the same laboratory. This risk can only be minimized or eliminated using SOPs for safety in fertility clinics and using proper initial detection and segregation of potentially hazardous materials.
Patients should be checked for three main viral infections before starting any Assisted Reproduction treatment. These are HCV, HBV and HIV. These tests are mandatory for both the male and female partners, irrespective of the type of treatment. The viral markers should be recent and not older than 6 months. Visit: https://archishfertility.com/
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