Thursday, June 2, 2016

in vitro fertilisation statistics

Victorian Postcard
статья рекламная, вероятно, и статистика такая же, но на безрыбье

Тарас Ашитков:
С 1978 года при помощи метода экстракорпорального оплодотворения (ЭКО) на планете родилось более 5 млн детей. Во всяком случае, такие цифры в 2014 году представило Европейское общество репродукции и эмбриологии человека (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, ESHRE). Статистика по Европе, включая Россию, – примерно 350 тысяч детей в год. В среднем с помощью этого метода рождается 1% европейских детей. Но, например, в Эстонии и Бельгии их больше 3%, а в Словении – целых 5%. Европа занимает первое место в мире по применению ЭКО, второе место делят США и Япония.
В России по статистике за прошлый год было рождено 300–350 детей от суррогатных матерей.  
есть ещё любопытные весчи, к примеру: генетическое бесплодие и генетическое редактирование

ps
статистика где-то тут, но по существу её нет :(

1 comment:

  1. Materials and Methods

    Data on ART were collected from 33 European countries, covering IVF, ICSI, frozen embryo replacement (FER), egg donation (ED), in vitro maturation (IVM), pooled data on preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) and preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) as well as frozen oocyte replacements (FOR).

    In addition to ART, data on intrauterine inseminations (IUI) using husband/partner's semen (IUI-H) and donor semen (IUI-D) were also included.

    The report includes treatments started between 1 January 2011 and 31 December 2011. Data on pregnancy outcomes are derived from follow-up of the cohort treated during this time period. All countries are asked twice to deliver results.

    The method of reporting data in 2011 was similar to that used in the previous years, in order to allow comparison of results. One table with an overview of all countries was added in 2010 (Supplementary Table SI). Some titles of the tables were changed.

    The data collection forms were revised and since 2009, a few additional pieces of information were collected regarding the register characteristics (validation process, public access to individual clinical data and financial support) and the number of fresh IVF cycles performed with semen donation or surgically obtained partner's semen.

    In addition, ED cycles were divided into fresh and frozen replacements and data on embryo donation were also collected.

    To clarify what kind of information was needed, extra footnotes were added.

    The main focus of the EIM reports is to cover the huge variety of treatments in Europe with all the different regulations and laws behind them.

    Therefore, a questionnaire with six modules (online available) was send out to the coordinator of each participating country in April 2013. Data were directly entered in an online ESHRE computer system by each country coordinator. Data analysis was performed in ESHRE's central office by V.G.

    After the first tables had been created, each participating country had the opportunity to correct the data in March 2014.

    As is evident from the tables, the only complete data reported from all countries were on the number of aspirations and the number of centres performing ART, not IUI.

    Total values (in terms of numbers and percentages) presented in the tables, refer to those countries where all data have been reported, as underlined in the footnotes.

    Definitions refer to the International Committee Monitoring Assisted Reproductive Technology (ICMART) and World Health Organization glossary of ART terminology (Zegers-Hochschild et al., 2009).

    http://humrep.oxfordjournals.org/content/31/2/233.full

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