Reporting IVF Success Rates as: Reproductive Partners Medical Group, Inc., Beverly Hills, Redondo Beach and Westminster, California
Reproductive Partners and its preceding clinics have reported to the SART/CDC reporting system since its inception. In 2014 the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) completely re-designed their success rates report and require us to present our data only in their format. They say they did this to provide patients with outcomes that reflect changes in the way infertility is treated through IVF. In recent years, there has been increased emphasis on embryo cryopreservation, genetic testing, and single embryo transfer that was not adequately captured by the old reporting system. This report captures the treatment burden to the patient (the number of cycles) as well as the best outcome (delivery of a healthy child) by tracking outcomes over time for an individual, accounting for both fresh and frozen embryo transfers.
Because of advances in egg and embryo freezing and thawing technology, outcome from the initial cycle may not be realized until years later. Thus each annual success rate report is provided as Preliminary first. An additional year is provided to account for all remaining outcomes that should be included at which time the report is deemed Final and the following year is provided as Preliminary.
Because the type and age of patients treated may vary from program to program, the comparison of cycle statistics is complex. Couples should be aware of differences among programs as well as differences in specific characteristics when reviewing the data. Success rates reported to the SART Data Registry and CDC cannot be compared to programs that do not report since non-reporters may utilize formats designed to inflate their success rates. A comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics, treatment approaches, and entry criteria for ART may vary from clinic to clinic.
The following are highlights of the Final Report for cases reported to the SART/CDC reporting system for 2014 in the required SART format. For the complete report please visit: SART.org.
|Age of woman|
|Number of patients||145||135||186||140||97|
|Number of patients||119||100||121||62||42|
We perform a significant number of elective single embryo transfer (eSET) cycles, which may impact our results.
We perform a significant number of minimal stimulation cycles, which may impact our results.
We perform significant amounts of PGS cycles, which may impact our results.