Embryology Experts gather in Valencia to study the SafeSpeed system
The system has already obtained the patent brand and after three years of Ginemed clinical trials, has been shown to improve survival rates and fertility.
The spin-off of the University of Seville SafePreservation presented this week at the 30th Meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) in Munich , a new system of cryopreservation improves survival rates and fertility of gametes and embryos after the passage of the years compared to other closed systems.
This is a new closed device, which means that the solution containing the gamete or embryo is hermetically sealed at both during the freezing process, and during the years of preservation, and at the time of thawing.
SafeSpeed is the result of research carried out by the spin-off of the University of Seville SafePreservation, for over ten years and has been proven through various clinical trials for three years.
In this process, accompanied them Ginemed, who after appropriate tests have concluded that the new method surpasses the previous closed system in terms of survival rates of oocytes, sperm, embryos and bastocistos and their ability to fertilization.
Unlike traditional semi-open device, SafePreservation provides extra secure preservation of gametes, eliminating direct contact with liquid nitrogen that keeps -196 º, and eliminating the risk of contamination.
In countries like France, closed cryopreservation straws are the official system and it is expected that Europe dictating implant soon about a new European regulations.
Recall that the ESHRE is the international meeting of experts in Assisted Reproduction largest in Europe and in which Ginemed been present since the beginning, combining medical and research assistance, which has positioned them as a reference center in the implementation the latest techniques in Assisted Reproduction in Spain.