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Sample Clinic Table of the 2011 ART Report

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A comparison of clinic success rates may not be meaningful because patient medical characteristics and treatment approaches vary from clinic to clinic. For more details about this, along with information on how to interpret the statistics in this table.

2011 ART Cycle Profile
1. Type of ART and Procedural Factors a 2. Patient Diagnosis b
IVF 99% With ICSI 66% Tubal factor 13% Uterine factor 1%    
Unstimulated <1% Used PGD 5% Ovulatory dysfunction 6% Male factor 19% Multiple Factors:  
Used gestational carrier <1%     Diminished ovarian reserve 9% Other factor 7%   Female factors only 13%
        Endometriosis 6% Unknown factor 10%   Female & male factors 28%
5. 2011 ART SUCCESS RATES c, d 3. Number of cycles in table: e 124 4. Data verified by Andrew B. Test, MD
Type of Cycle 6. Age of Woman
7. Fresh Embryos from Nondonor Eggs <35 35–37 38–40 41–42 43–44 >44
Number of cycles 115 106 68 19 12 5
Percentage of cancellations 12.2 6.6 13.2 3/19 2/12 2/5
Average number of embryos transferred 2.0 2.5 2.8 2.9 2.7 2.0
Percentage of embryos transferred resulting in implantation 32.5 24.5 16.6 11.4 4.6 1/7
Percentage of elective single embryo transfer (eSET) 5.5 1.2 3.8 1/15 0/8 0/3
7A. Outcomes per Cycle            
Percentage of cycles resulting in singleton live births 28.6 21.7 14.7 1/19 0/12 1/5
Percentage of cycles resulting in triplets or more live births 1.7 1.8 2.9 1/19 0/12 0/5
Percentage of cycles resulting in live births 37.4 31.1 20.6 2/19 1/12 1/5
Percentage of cycles resulting in pregnancy 45.2 37.7 23.5 5/19 1/12 1/5
7B. Outcomes per Transfer      
Number of transfers 90 85 52 15 8 3
Percentage of transfers resulting in singleton live births 36.7 27.1 19.2 1/15 0/8 1/3
Percentage of transfers resulting in triplets or more live births 2.2 2.4 3.8 1/15 0/8 0/3
Percentage of transfers resulting in live births 47.7 38.8 26.9 2/15 1/8 1/3
Percentage of transfers resulting in pregnancy 57.8 47.0 30.8 5/15 1/8 1/3
7C. Outcomes per Pregnancy            
Number of pregnancies 52 40 16 5 1 1
Percentage of pregnancies resulting in singleton live births 63.5 57.5 10/16 1/5 0/1 1/1
Percentage of pregnancies resulting in triplets or more live births 3.8 5.0 2/16 1/5 0/1 0/1
Percentage of pregnancies resulting in live births 82.7 82.5 14/16 2/5 1/1 1/1
8. Frozen Embryos from Nondonor Eggs            
Number of cycles 75 30 25 20 15 10
Number of transfers 62 25 20 14 8 5
Average number of embryos transferred 2.1 2.0 2.7 2.0 2.7 2.0
Percentage of embryos transferred resulting in implantation 31.2 30.0 20.4 14.3 9.3 2/10
Percentage of transfers resulting in singleton live births 21.0 24.0 10.0 1/14 1/8 0/5
Percentage of transfers resulting in triplets or more live births 1.7 4.0 5.0 0/14 0/8 0/5
Percentage of transfers resulting in live births 27.4 36.0 20.0 2/14 1/8 1/5
Percentage of transfers resulting in pregnancy 61.3 48.0 45.0 3/14 2/8 1/5
  All Ages Combined f
9. Donor Eggs Fresh Embryos Frozen Embryos
Number of cycles 60 19
Number of transfers 49 14
Average number of embryos transferred 2.1 2.4
Percentage of embryos transferred resulting in implantation 46.7 26.9
Percentage of transfers resulting in singleton live births 45.0 3/14
Percentage of transfers resulting in live births 51.0 7/14
Percentage of transfers resulting in pregnancy 71.4 9/14
10. Current Clinic Services and Profile
Current Name: Sample Clinic
Donor egg? Yes Gestational carriers? Yes SART member? Yes
Donor embryo? Yes Embryo cryopreservation? Yes Verified lab accreditation? Yes
Single women? No (See Appendix C for details.)

 

a—Reflects features of fresh nondonor cycles. If IVF is <100%, the remaining cycles are GIFT, ZIFT or a combination of these procedures with IVF.

b—Total patient diagnosis percentages may be greater than 100% because more than one diagnosis can be reported for each cycle.

c—A multiple-infant birth is counted as one live birth if at least one infant is live born.

d—When denominator is <20, rates are shown as fractions. Calculating percentages from these fractions may be misleading.

e—Number excludes 0 oocyte/embryo banking cycle(s). (If 0, no banking cycles were reported.)

f—All ages are reported together because previous data show that patient age does not materially affect success with donor eggs.

 
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