Why Fertility IVF

Why Fertility IVF


EmCell closed working chambers that are imported from the Australia. These closed chambers are microscopic work stations that provide the stabilized environment with controlled CO2, temperature, humidity and VOC free atmosphere so that the gametes, oocytes, embryos and tissues can be handled in controlled environment.

In IVF cycle, women egg is removed for fertilization but the temperature variations can affect the quality of egg due to temperature shock and that can affect the quality of embryo. So the use of EmCell chambers ensure the consistency in maintenance of ideal temperature and CO2 level to prevent the shock to egg and form the good quality embryos for the positive results for pregnancy.

This workstations help to purify the air with Hepa & Charcoal based filters and maintains the controlled temperature of 370C and CO2 level at 6% which is like the conditions in the mother’s womb. this technology ensures the humidified environment to reduce the evaporation thus maintains osmolarity and pH of the media used so provides the right environment for the growth of gametes, egg, sperm and embryo.


Our state-of-the-art hi-tech Embryology lab has been designed as per international standards. The IVF lab allows our patients to receive the highest level of fertility care together with reproductive technology (ART). All of our ART treatments and testing are performed in-house ensuring tighter control and top notch security for the best chance at successful treatment.

Indira IVF uses the most advanced incubators available which are used to store embryos as they are developed in the laboratory. Our incubators are smaller in size than traditional models which allow for a rapid restoration of ‘womb-like’ temperatures and humidity. This helps maintain the most optimal condition for embryo development and leads to significantly higher IVF success rates.

Our patients trust us with their family and their future, and we take this responsibility very seriously. Throughout the laboratory, you will find the latest monitoring equipment to measure and report on critical systems. Access, power, temperature and humidity levels in the laboratory are electronically monitored at all times.


Fertility IVF uses the most advanced incubators available which are used to store embryos as they are developed in the laboratory. Traditionally, the size of incubators was that of a Washing Machine. But the main problem was that you can store embryos at a particular time. Once you have stored them you cannot test or store another embryo, else the tightly controlled environment would be lost.

However, due to the advancement in our technology and various innovations in the medical field, we are now equipped with incubators which are smaller than the earlier version and extremely efficient.

Incubator plays a vital role in the success of IVF. For an embryo to develop, appropriate temperature and pH should be maintained. It requires 5% CO2 in the air, 37 degree-Celsius and 100% relative humidity. Hence, eggs which are used for fertilization in the incubator needs the best environmental condition for optimal oocyte and embryo development.


Electronic witnessing system (EWS) is a modern-day application in IVF clinical practices which is used to improve traceability and minimize the chances of IVF mix-ups. In an IVF center, a mix-up could potentially be catastrophic for the clinic, clinic staff, and especially patients. The Clinic, doctors and embryologists could face legal challenges and regulatory sanctions, while patients would have to suffer from the psychological damage and with the loss of confidence in the IVF process impacting on future cycles.

An IVF process has multiple contact points, like oocyte retrieval, sperm collection/processing, oocyte stripping, ICSI or insemination, fertilizations, embryo transfer, embryo vitrification, and biopsy, and each of these stages is prone to miscommunication and mix-ups. An IVF witness system uses barcode based identification tags which are fixed on to the dishes and helps us in tracking and recording patient information and the biological samples during the IVF process.

The system constantly tracks the transfers of gametes or embryos. Each patient receives an individual ID card, which helps to verify the identity of the patient and matches with that of the dishes containing the gametes and embryos.