Nadkarni Hospital is a FOGSI recognized centre for training in IVF and various other Assisted Reproductive Techniques Training. We have successfully conducted a lot of basic and comprehensive infertility training programs.Our Training Courses Cover comprehensive areas of A.R.T (IUI – IVF – ET – ICSI), Vaginal USG / Colour Doppler and Operative Endoscopy.

From the year 2012 our centre has been given permission to offer 6 month Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine by Indian College Of Obstetrician and Gynecologist (ICOG).

Our institute offers training for Gynecologist who are keen to start their own IVF centre. We take credit for teaching with passion and giving Hand on Ovum Pickup to our students.

1st Week – Complete Andrology know how

2nd Week – ART, Endoscopy, USG

Which includes…

IUI Stimulation Protocols

Fertility enhancing Endoscopic Surgery

Sonography related to Infertility

IVF-ICSI Infertility Lab work

Cryopreservation

Setting up of ART units

National Guidelines by ICMR

This course is for FOGSI members having Degree or Diploma in Ob Gyn from MCI recognized universities only.

Training program includes,

1. Andrology:
Here you will have hands on experience of..

Sperm counting

Semen processing for IUI/IVF/ICSI/retrieved sperm

Hands on IUI

Cryopreservation of sperm & embryo & eggs

Thawing – sperm banking

2. Embryology-IVF
You will trained for selecting ideal protocol

Hands on experience with ovum pick up

Trained to identify OCC

Experience to handle unfertile embryos

How to do ET, embryo loading experience, freezing, thawing & vitrification process

3. USG-Infertility related USG
Ovulation, COH monitoring, Color Doppler, Pulse Doppler studying, early pregnancy, Targetted USG, Color Doppler in Obs. Gyn will be trained with hands on experience

4. Endoscopy- Diagnostic+operative
You will be assisting and learning yourself on patients as well as pelvi trainer.

5. OPD
How to take history, which investigations why, how to convince patient for IVF/ICSI, cost effective IVF will be trained on patients and with patients, patient counseling-in failed case

6. PGD, PGS, Assisted hatching, Cryofreezing of embryos, thawing, PESA, TESE procedure will be demonstrated.

From the year 2012 our centre has been given permission to offer 6 month Fellowship in Reproductive Medicine by Indian College of Obstetrician and Gynecologist (ICOG).

Which includes…

Andrology Lab

Preparation for Embryology Lab / day 2, -1, 0, +1, +2 )

Maintenance of instruments

Disposables – stocks-orders

Media
Theatre preparation

Autoclaving drums

Trolly

Sperm preparation

Cryofreezing semen, thawing

How to prepare for Ovum Pickup

How to prepare for Embryo Transfer

Course HIGHLIGHTS:
The course aims for the development of basic skills. Basic Endoscopic Training is a seven days programme will focus in providing introduction of basic Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy and operative Gynaecological Endoscopy for every Gynaecologist who is exposed to most of the Gynaecological surgeries carried out by Laparotomy and now wants to learn Endosmotically and to learn about its operative techniques, indications ,contraindications and limitations of Endoscopic surgery ,required skills and potential complications with preventive strategies for the benefit & safe outcome of our patient. Formal recommendation is to start doing Laparoscopic Tubal ligation operation, as it is easy to start with and once you are experienced in doing it you should plan to go for Basic Endoscopic training.

Basic Endoscopic Training includes Endoscopy OT Set up & Endoscopy Instrumentation, Pelvic Endo-trainer Exercises for Hand- Eye co-ordination skills development & orientation to different skills, Indications, Pre-operative & post operative care, Principals of infection prevention in O.T., Principals of Electrocautery, Diagnostic Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy, Laparoscopic management of Ectopic pregnancy, mid to moderate Endometriosis, Adhesiolysis, PCOD drilling, Hysteroscopic Tubal Cannulation, septum excision, Cu-T removal etc. and assisting different Endoscopic surgeries as second assistant and vaginal end assistant during training.

 

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

Demonstrate application of different Gynaecological surgeries by Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy.

Improved Hand –Eye co-ordination skills during different exercises on pelvic trainer.

Explain take-home pearls regarding improved efficiency in the operative room in terms of required criteria for selection of the patient, operative note and instruments in different Endoscopic surgeries. This will be monitored from your Log book showing your daily seven days activities.

Identify how to avoid and manage complications in different Laparoscopic & Hysteroscopy surgeries.

Course Eligibility:

The candidate applying for Basic & Advanced Gynaecological Endoscopic Training should have successfully completed.

M.D./DGO/FCPS in Obstetrics & Gynaecology in MCI approved place or D.N.B. in Obstetrics & Gynaecology in NBE approved place

Should be an active member of any FOGSI Society

COURSE HIGHLIGHT:
Advanced Endoscopic Training is a fourteen days programme and it will focus in providing advanced operating room efficiency, newer advanced operative techniques and video surgical demonstration of diverse operative procedures of benign Gynaecological surgeries. There will be ample scope for each case discussion & interaction for operative different techniques, reporting of operative data, evaluating results and methodology of data collection and different video recording methods.

Advanced Endoscopic training is recommended to Gynaecologist who had already done more than 100 Basic Laparoscopic & Hysteroscopic surgeries in the past and now wants to learn different advanced Endoscopic techniques in his/her practice.

Advanced Endoscopic Training includes need for advanced Endoscopy Instrumentation, Pelvic Endo-trainer Exercises for Hand- Eye co-ordination skills development & orientation to different skills, Indications, Pre-operative & post operative care, Operative safety guidelines for different Surgeries like Laparoscopic Hysterectomy, Laparoscopic surgeries for fibroid , Severe Endometrisis,prolapse ,pelvic Floor Defects, Benign Ovarian tumors, Redo Surgeries, Tubal surgeries etc. and hysteroscopic surgeries for submucus fibroid removal, Asherman’s syndrome, Trance cervical resection of Endometrium (TCRE) etc. and assisting different Endoscopic surgeries as second assistant and vaginal end during training.

 

COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:

Demonstrate application of different advanced Gynaecological surgeries by Laparoscopy & Hysteroscopy.

Improved Hand –Eye co-ordination skills during different exercises on pelvic trainer for advanced procedures.

Explain take-home pearls regarding improved efficiency in the operative room for different advanced operative procedures in terms of required criteria for selection of the patient, operative note and instruments in different surgeries. This will be monitored from your Log book showing your daily fourteen days activities.

Identify how to avoid and manage complications in different advanced Laparoscopic & Hysteroscopic surgeries during video demonstration of different surgery.

Andrology Laboratory Techniques

How to set up Andrology Laboratory and what are the equipment required?

Handling, cleaning, maintenance and calibration of different equipment-Laminar Flow workstation, Microscopes, Centrifuges, etc.

Comprehensive semen analysis-Macroscopic and Microscopic-density, motility, viability, round cell differentiation etc.

Sperm morphology assessment according to WHO and Strict (Kruger) criteria.

Sperm survival test.

Semen cryopreservation-both neat and processed sample.

Semen preparation for IUI-Classical method, Standard method and Density gradient method.

Andrology Laboratory Techniques
How to set up Andrology Laboratory and what are the equipment required?

Handling, cleaning, maintenance and calibration of different equipment-Laminar Flow workstation, Microscopes, Centrifuges, etc.

Comprehensive semen analysis-Macroscopic and Microscopic-density, motility, viability, round cell differentiation etc.

Sperm morphology assessment according to WHO and Strict (Kruger) criteria.

Sperm survival test.

Semen cryopreservation-both neat and processed sample.

Semen preparation for IUI-Classical method, Standard method and Density gradient method.

 

Embryology Laboratory Techniques
How to set up Embryology laboratory-Lab space and layout, equipment, design flooring, HEPA filter etc.

Monitoring, calibration and maintenance of equipment-measuring and adjustment of carbon dioxide (CO2) & temperature of incubators and cleaning of incubators

Embryology lab maintenance-daily, weekly and monthly.

List and selection of disposables and culture media.

Preparation of Embryology Lab for oocyte retrieval the day before-checklist.

Preparation of lab on the day of oocyte retrieval

Identification of granulose cells, cumulus and corona cells and oocytes

Separation of oocytes and further culture

Preparation of semen for insemination of oocytes-processing of ejaculated semen

Method of oocyte insemination-short co-incubation, etc

Dissection of oocytes and fertilization check

Criteria for fertilization check

Day – 1 Fertilization check, classification of zygotes and further culture

Evaluation of different zygote morphology using digital pictures

Day 2 – Assessment of embryo cleavage and identification of good embryos

Day 3 – Assessment of cleavage and selection of best quality embryos for transfer

Day 5/6- Blastocyst culture -technique

 

Learning Material
Hands-on practical one to one using unfertilized embryos

 

Embryo Transfer
Preparation for embryo transfer

Selection of embryos for transfer- day 2, day3 or day5

Technique of embryo loading into the catheter (mock transfer)

Andrology Laboratory Techniques
How to set up Andrology Laboratory and what are the equipment required?

Handling, cleaning, maintenance and calibration of different equipment-Laminar Flow workstation, Microscopes, Centrifuges, etc.

Comprehensive semen analysis-Macroscopic and Microscopic-density, motility, viability, round cell differentiation etc.

Sperm morphology assessment according to WHO and Strict (Kruger) criteria.

Sperm survival test.

Semen cryopreservation-both neat and processed sample.

Semen preparation for IUI-Classical method, Standard method and Density gradient method.

 

Embryology Laboratory Techniques
How to set up Embryology laboratory-Lab space and layout, equipment, design flooring, HEPA filter etc.

Monitoring, calibration and maintenance of equipment-measuring and adjustment of carbon dioxide (CO2) & temperature of incubators and cleaning of incubators

Embryology lab maintenance-daily, weekly and monthly.

List and selection of disposables and culture media.

Preparation of Embryology Lab for oocyte retrieval the day before-checklist.

Preparation of lab on the day of oocyte retrieval

Identification of granulose cells, cumulus and corona cells and oocytes

Separation of oocytes and further culture

Preparation of semen for insemination of oocytes-processing of ejaculated semen

Method of oocyte insemination-short co-incubation, etc

Dissection of oocytes and fertilization check

Criteria for fertilization check

Day – 1 Fertilization check, classification of zygotes and further culture

Evaluation of different zygote morphology using digital pictures

Day 2 – Assessment of embryo cleavage and identification of good embryos

Day 3 – Assessment of cleavage and selection of best quality embryos for transfer

Day 5/6- Blastocyst culture -technique

 

Learning Material
Hands-on practical one to one using unfertilized embryos

 

Embryo Transfer
Preparation for embryo transfer

Selection of embryos for transfer- day 2, day3 or day5

Technique of embryo loading into the catheter (mock transfer)

 

Micromanipulation (practical hands-on)
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)

Familiarization and operation of equipment (Training in the use of various brands of microscopes, Micromanipulators, micromanipulation tools, media etc).

Setting up and alignment of micromanipulators and tools at different angles – Technique and tips.

Preparation of oocytes for micro-injection-use of appropriate pipettes for dissection of oocytes in hyaluronidase and use of appropriate media.

Preparation of sperm and egg dishes for micromanipulation.

Selection and method of picking sperm-Technique and tips.

Technique of microinjection-Tips.

 

Ultra-rapid Freezing Method-Vitrification.
Selection of Carriers for vitrification.

Selection of vitrification solutions.

Technique and precautions.

Warming of vitrified embryos.

Post-thaw assessment.

Andrology Laboratory Techniques
How to set up Andrology Laboratory and what are the equipment required?

Handling, cleaning, maintenance and calibration of different equipment-Laminar Flow workstation, Microscopes, Centrifuges, etc.

Comprehensive semen analysis-Macroscopic and Microscopic-density, motility, viability, round cell differentiation etc.

Sperm morphology assessment according to WHO and Strict (Kruger) criteria.

Sperm survival test.

Semen cryopreservation-both neat and processed sample.

Semen preparation for IUI-Classical method, Standard method and Density gradient method.

Andrology Laboratory Techniques
How to set up Andrology Laboratory and what are the equipment required?

Handling, cleaning, maintenance and calibration of different equipment-Laminar Flow workstation, Microscopes, Centrifuges, etc.

Comprehensive semen analysis-Macroscopic and Microscopic-density, motility, viability, round cell differentiation etc.

Sperm morphology assessment according to WHO and Strict (Kruger) criteria.

Sperm survival test.

Semen cryopreservation-both neat and processed sample.

Semen preparation for IUI-Classical method, Standard method and Density gradient method.

 

Embryology Laboratory Techniques
How to set up Embryology laboratory-Lab space and layout, equipment, design flooring, HEPA filter etc.

Monitoring, calibration and maintenance of equipment-measuring and adjustment of carbon dioxide (CO2) & temperature of incubators and cleaning of incubators

Embryology lab maintenance-daily, weekly and monthly.

List and selection of disposables and culture media.

Preparation of Embryology Lab for oocyte retrieval the day before-checklist.

Preparation of lab on the day of oocyte retrieval

Identification of granulose cells, cumulus and corona cells and oocytes

Separation of oocytes and further culture

Preparation of semen for insemination of oocytes-processing of ejaculated semen

Method of oocyte insemination-short co-incubation, etc

Dissection of oocytes and fertilization check

Criteria for fertilization check

Day – 1 Fertilization check, classification of zygotes and further culture

Evaluation of different zygote morphology using digital pictures

Day 2 – Assessment of embryo cleavage and identification of good embryos

Day 3 – Assessment of cleavage and selection of best quality embryos for transfer

Day 5/6- Blastocyst culture -technique

 

Learning Material
Hands-on practical one to one using unfertilized embryos

 

Embryo Transfer
Preparation for embryo transfer

Selection of embryos for transfer- day 2, day3 or day5

Technique of embryo loading into the catheter (mock transfer)

Andrology Laboratory Techniques
How to set up Andrology Laboratory and what are the equipment required?

Handling, cleaning, maintenance and calibration of different equipment-Laminar Flow workstation, Microscopes, Centrifuges, etc.

Comprehensive semen analysis-Macroscopic and Microscopic-density, motility, viability, round cell differentiation etc.

Sperm morphology assessment according to WHO and Strict (Kruger) criteria.

Sperm survival test.

Semen cryopreservation-both neat and processed sample.

Semen preparation for IUI-Classical method, Standard method and Density gradient method.

 

Embryology Laboratory Techniques
How to set up Embryology laboratory-Lab space and layout, equipment, design flooring, HEPA filter etc.

Monitoring, calibration and maintenance of equipment-measuring and adjustment of carbon dioxide (CO2) & temperature of incubators and cleaning of incubators

Embryology lab maintenance-daily, weekly and monthly.

List and selection of disposables and culture media.

Preparation of Embryology Lab for oocyte retrieval the day before-checklist.

Preparation of lab on the day of oocyte retrieval

Identification of granulose cells, cumulus and corona cells and oocytes

Separation of oocytes and further culture

Preparation of semen for insemination of oocytes-processing of ejaculated semen

Method of oocyte insemination-short co-incubation, etc

Dissection of oocytes and fertilization check

Criteria for fertilization check

Day – 1 Fertilization check, classification of zygotes and further culture

Evaluation of different zygote morphology using digital pictures

Day 2 – Assessment of embryo cleavage and identification of good embryos

Day 3 – Assessment of cleavage and selection of best quality embryos for transfer

Day 5/6- Blastocyst culture -technique

 

Learning Material
Hands-on practical one to one using unfertilized embryos

 

Embryo Transfer
Preparation for embryo transfer

Selection of embryos for transfer- day 2, day3 or day5

Technique of embryo loading into the catheter (mock transfer)

 

Micromanipulation (practical hands-on)
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)

Familiarization and operation of equipment (Training in the use of various brands of microscopes, Micromanipulators, micromanipulation tools, media etc).

Setting up and alignment of micromanipulators and tools at different angles – Technique and tips.

Preparation of oocytes for micro-injection-use of appropriate pipettes for dissection of oocytes in hyaluronidase and use of appropriate media.

Preparation of sperm and egg dishes for micromanipulation.

Selection and method of picking sperm-Technique and tips.

Technique of microinjection-Tips.

 

Ultra-rapid Freezing Method-Vitrification.
Selection of Carriers for vitrification.

Selection of vitrification solutions.

Technique and precautions.

Warming of vitrified embryos.

Post-thaw assessment.

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