Palm Beach Fertility Center is the first center in the state of Florida to offer the INVOCELL lntravaginal Culture (IVC) System as part of its scope of reproductive health services. The INVOCELL IVC System, the first-of-its-kind, which comprises the INVOCELL Culture Device and Retention Device, 1 is the only IVC system cleared by the Food and Drug Administration.
"We are pleased to add INVOCELL to our current reproductive health offering as an innovative option for patients struggling with infertility," said Dr. Mark Denker. "Statistics show that over 1.4 million women in the United States may benefit from advanced fertility treatment, yet only an estimated 130,000 of them begin such treatment.2 As a cost-conscious option, we believe that INVOCELL will help us improve access to care for those hoping to be parents. We are excited to report we have already achieved 3 pregnancies via INVOCELL."
INVOCELL is a patented medical device used in the treatment of infertility that enables egg fertilization and early embryo development to take place in a woman's body. The eggs are retrieved from a woman's ovaries and placed in the INVOCELL system with sperm. INVOCELL is then placed in the woman's body to allow fertilization and incubation to occur, making the patient an even greater part of the process. To learn more, visit www.INVOCELL.com.
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INVOCELL lntravaginal Culture System contains the INVOCELL Culture Device and INVOCELL Retention Device. The Culture Device is indicated for use in preparing, holding, and transferring human gametes or embryos during In Vitro Fertilization/lntravaginal Culture (IVF/ IVC) and Intra-cytoplasmic Sperm Injection Fertilization/ lntravaginal Culture (ICSl/IVC). The Retention Device is used during the incubation period to aid in holding the Culture Device in the vagina. The Culture and Retention Devices are not indicated for periods of use exceeding 72 hours.