Dec 25, 2003

Correlation analysis of predictive factors of successful implantation in fertilization in vitro

Srpski arhiv za celokupno lekarstvo
Milena Papić-ObradovićDusan Papić

Abstract

Endometrial receptivity as isolated predictive factor of successful implantation, with its specifity is determined with numbered factors. Purpose of this study was to evaluate significance and correlation between relevant factors using appropriate statistical analyses on term of embryo implantation. Evaluated group contained 85 women whom according different causes of infertility have been determined for assisted reproduction program. Analysed measurements were: endometrial thickness, assessed hyperechogenity in relation with absolute endometrial thickness (HEA relation) and uterine blood flow (pulsatile index-Pi). Simultaneously were analyzed serum estradiol (E2; pg/ml) and progesterone (P; nmol/l) levels. After these evaluations achieved results were processed with standard statistical pack. Beside that were applied parameter and nonparameter tests with aim to test significancy of difference and multiple regressive analyse (Stepwise). Resulted measured parameters have been presented in basic analyse as middle value (Xrs) from all measurements + SD (standard deviation) and significance of difference is tested by mentioned statistical tests (Table 1). Application of Stepwise analyse, "step by step", has used parameter by parame...Continue Reading

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Embryo
Serum Progesterone Measurement
Blood Flow Velocity
Progesterone, (9 beta,10 alpha)-Isomer
Wernicke Aphasia
Entire Embryo
Endometrium
Uterus
Estradiol, (16 alpha,17 beta)-Isomer
Serum Estradiol Measurement

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