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Laboratory Controlled Factors impacting IVF Culture Media - Created in 2020 - CPDID=704
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Title
Laboratory Controlled Factors impacting IVF Culture Media
 
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In the Irvine Scientific sponsored webinar entitled "Laboratory Controlled Factors impacting IVF Culture Media" by Jason Swain, the following questions arise about handling culture medium.
   
 
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Review Chapters 1 Which of the following conditions may contribute to embryo stress? Yes/No  
  Osmolality
  Oxidants
  Toxins/Pollutants
  Chemicals
  Temperature
  Mechanical
  Light
  pH
Review Chapters 2 Commercial Media has been a contributor to improved success rates Yes/No  
  Yes
  No
Review Chapters 3 Which of the following properties of culture media may inadvertently be altered by laboratory staff? Yes/No  
  neither evaporation or the introduction of toxins.
  Evaporation but not the introduction of toxins.
  The introduction of toxins but not evaporation.
  Both the introduction of toxins and evaporation
Review Chapters 4 Which properties of culture media may be inadvertently altered by evaporation? Yes/No  
  Neither pH nor osmolality
  pH but not osmolality
  Osmolality but not pH
  Both pH and osmolality
Review Chapters 5 Activities that have an increased likelihood of impacting on culture media may include.. Yes/No  
  Neither dish preparation nor dry culture can impact on the quality of culture media
  Dish preparation but not dry culture can impact on the quality of culture media
  Dry culture but not dish preparation can impact on the quality of culture media
  Both dish preparation nor dry culture can impact on the quality of culture media
Review Chapters 6 Examples of dry embryo culture may include Multiple Choice  
  Time lapse incubators
  Benchtop incubators
  Microdrop embryo cultrue
  Humidified CO2 Incubator
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