The procedure is performed under a microscope. An embryologist stabilizes a mature egg that has previously been extracted. From the opposite side, he uses a thin micropipette holding a single sperm to pierce the egg and direct it towards the inner part. Following the procedure, the egg with the injected sperm is cultured in the embryology lab and checked on the following day for signs of fertilization.
RMA of New York Team
Why RMA of New York: Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection
RMA of New York serves as the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Mount Sinai Medical System. Our laboratory team is dedicated to scientific discovery, graduate medical education through RMA of NY’s REI Fellowship Program, and individualized care that focuses on you.
Our team of embryologists are consistently recognized as innovators in reproductive science and medicine, and security and safety standards. RMA of New York has been at the forefront of embryo freezing technology and cutting-edge research, helping countless individuals and partners achieve the dream of building a family.
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