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Effectiveness of assisted reproductive technology (ART).

Effectiveness of assisted reproductive technology (ART). We reviewed the evidence regarding the outcomes of interventions used in ovulation induction, superovulation, and in vitro fertilization (IVF) for the treatment of infertility. Short-term outcomes included pregnancy, live birth, multiple gestation, and complications. Long-term outcomes included pregnancy and post-pregnancy complications for both mothers and infants. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Evidence report/technology assessment Pubmed

Effectiveness of assisted reproductive technology (ART).

Evidence report/technology assessment , Volume (167): 195 – Aug 11, 2008

Effectiveness of assisted reproductive technology (ART).


Abstract

We reviewed the evidence regarding the outcomes of interventions used in ovulation induction, superovulation, and in vitro fertilization (IVF) for the treatment of infertility. Short-term outcomes included pregnancy, live birth, multiple gestation, and complications. Long-term outcomes included pregnancy and post-pregnancy complications for both mothers and infants.

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ISSN
1530-4396
pmid
18620469

Abstract

We reviewed the evidence regarding the outcomes of interventions used in ovulation induction, superovulation, and in vitro fertilization (IVF) for the treatment of infertility. Short-term outcomes included pregnancy, live birth, multiple gestation, and complications. Long-term outcomes included pregnancy and post-pregnancy complications for both mothers and infants.

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Evidence report/technology assessmentPubmed

Published: Aug 11, 2008

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