All our offices are equipped with high quality ultrasound devices. Newly, we have a first-rate Samsung HS70A ultrasound system which enables us to provide our patients with comprehensive care so that we can carry out even the most demanding diagnoses of gynaecological and pregnancy abnormalities ourselves. Therefore, we do not need to send our patients to hospital for more detailed examination. Expectant mothers can appreciate its 3D/4D imaging. The Olympus hysteroscope enables us to optically check the condition of the uterine cavity and, if some irregularities are found, to solve them straight away. We also have a cardiograph to monitor the state of foetus in the uterus.
We pride ourselves on the equipment of IVF laboratory, which is essential not only for the quality work of our embryologists, but is also the basis of success of the entire IVF centre. And for that reason, in June 2016 there was a nearly full replacement of laboratory equipment, ranking our laboratory among the leaders in the field of assisted reproduction. Clean environment where the embryos are handled is ensured by first class laminar boxes by the Danish company IVFtech. Embryologists’ working places are newly equipped with Nikon SMZ 1270, a top quality optical technology, and an Olympus inverted microscope with an Eppendorf micromanipulator have been complemented with a Nikon Ti-U inverted microscope with a new Integra micromanipulator by the English company Research Instruments. All micromanipulation techniques can therefore be newly performed at two working places. Standard embryo culture procedures are carried out in a new incubator by ESCO, which unlike conventional incubators has an innovative solution for cultivation in separate chambers. With this solution, the culture conditions are far more stable than in conventional incubators. An above-standard method of cultivation is the semi-continuous monitoring of embryo development in the Geri system. We perform assisted hatching using a laser. In 2019, the equipment of the IVF laboratory was supplemented by the so-called "polarizing microscope", which allows us to visualize a structure in the oocyte called the "spindle", and thus maximize the success of fertilization using the ICSI method.