A new prediction model by Scott Nelson of the University of Glasgow.

The authors usedl to get accurate results for IVF PredictCouple and treatment-specific factors can be used to help infertile couples with an accurate assessment of the likelihood of delivering a successful outcome after in vitro fertilization . A new prediction model by Scott Nelson of the University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland and Debbie Lawlor created by the University of Bristol, Bristol, England, and published in this week’s PLoS Medicine, provides accurate and timely assessment of the likely outcomes of IVF as a previously established model, because the new model contains sperm injection results.

The authors conclude. ‘Pending external validation, our results show that couple – and treatment – specific factors can be used to help infertile couples with an accurate assessment of whether they provide low or high risk of a successful outcome after IVF, ‘. Source:.Cambridge Temperature Concepts Ltd.Cambridge Temperature Concepts is the developers of a novel ovulation detecting – DuoFertility to couples opportunities of conception, improved by hands, accurate and reliable information be worn as a small stick-on patch under her arm. DuoFertility measured continuously a woman’s body to realize temperatures of when ovulation occurs and hence to maximize the chances of getting pregnant. After winning business plan competitions in one collegiate, university and national level, CTC it now of Cambridge angel, Cambridge Capital Group, Downingtown Enterprise and private investors in financing.