Fertiloscope

The fertiloscope is a type of laparoscope, modified to make it suitable for trans-vaginal application, which is used in the diagnosis and treatment of female infertility.

This relatively new surgical technique is used for the early diagnosis and immediate treatment of a number of disorders of the female reproductive organs and can be considered one of the first standard NOTES (Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery) procedures. A large body of published research is available on the application of this surgical technique using the device.

Fertiloscopy provides a minimally invasive, potentially office-based procedure for the clear diagnosis of two major causes of infertility in a manner enabling rational choices at the start of infertility treatment.

Published evidence indicates improvement in pregnancy rates with reductions in costs.

Read more about Fertiloscope:  Literature Review, Rationale, Methods of Diagnosis Without Fertiloscopy, The Fertiloscopy Procedure, Consequences of These Decisions

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Laparoscopy - Gynecological Diagnosis
... Further information Fertiloscope In gynecology, diagnostic laparoscopy may be used to inspect the outside of the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes, for example in the diagnosis female infertility ... type of laparoscope can be used, called a fertiloscope ... A fertiloscope is modified to make it suitable for trans-vaginal application ...
Fertiloscope - Consequences of These Decisions
... The "standard model" in general use in Europe in 2007 is three cycles of IUI in alternate menstrual cycles, followed by IVF if the IUI is unsuccessful ... If we compare what occurs on average to the people in each of the four treatment groups above between the standard model and the fertiloscopy model, we see the following In the IVF group, under fertiloscopy they would achieve the normal pregnancy rate of 30% per cycle, starting in cycle 1 ...