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2011 ART CYCLE PROFILE
Type of ART and Procedural Factorsa
IVF   With ICSI  
Unstimulated   Used PGD  
Used gestational carrier      
 
Patient Diagnosisb
Tubal factor Uterine Factor Multiple Factors:
Ovulatory dysfunction Male factor   Female factors only
Diminished ovarian reserve Other factor   Female & Male factors
Endometriosis Unknown factor    
ART Success Ratesc,d Number of cycles in table:e  Data verified by:  
Type of Cycle Age of Women
<35 35-37 38-40 41-42 43-44 >44
Fresh Embryos From Nondonor Eggs
Number of cycles
Percentage of cancellations
Average number of embryos transferred
Percentage of embryos transferred resulting in implantation
Percentage of elective single embryo transfer (eSET)
Outcomes per Cycle
Percentage of cycles resulting in singleton live births
Percentage of cycles resulting in triplets or more live births
Percentage of cycles resulting in live births
Percentage of cycles resulting in pregnancy
Outcomes per Transfer
Number of transfers
Percentage of transfers resulting in singleton live births
Percentage of transfers resulting in triplets or more live births
Percentage of transfers resulting in live births
Percentage of transfers resulting in pregnancy
Outcomes per Pregnancy
Number of pregnancies
Percentage of pregnancies resulting in singleton live births
Percentage of pregnancies resulting in triplets or more live births
Percentage of pregnancies resulting in live births
Frozen Embryos From Nondonor Eggs
Number of cycles
Number of transfers
Average number embryos transferred
Percentage of embryos transferred resulting in implantation
Percentage of transfers resulting in singleton live births
Percentage of transfers resulting in triplets or more live births
Percentage of transfers resulting in live births
Percentage of transfers resulting in pregnancy
  All Ages Combinedf
Donor Eggs Fresh Embryos Frozen Embryos
Number of cycles
Number of transfers
Average number of embryos transferred
Percentage of embryos transferred resulting in implantation
Percentage of transfers resulting in singleton live births
Percentage of transfers resulting in live births
Percentage of transfers resulting in pregnancy
Current Clinic Services and Profile
Current Name: 
Donor egg? Gestational Carriers? SART Member?
Donor embryo? Embryo Cryopreservation? Verified lab accreditation?
Single women?

a Reflects features of fresh nondonor cycles. If IVF is <100%, the remaining cycles are GIFT, ZIFT or a combination of these procedures with IVF.
b Total patient diagnosis percentages may be greater than 100% because more than one diagnosis can be reported for each cycle.
c A multiple-infant birth is counted as one live birth if at least one infant is live born.
d When denominator is <20, rates are shown as fractions. Calculating percentages from these fractions may be misleading.
e
f All ages are reported together because previous data show that patient age does not materially affect success with donor eggs.
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