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The list below includes ART–related journal publications from 1993 to present, including MMWRs, authored by CDC's Division of Reproductive Health. These publications are only a few of the scientific and technical materials available.

We recommend that you review abstracts of our reports and other publications by using the resources of the National Library of Medicine's PubMed service. PubMed is a searchable database that provides abstracts of biomedical articles and reports. You may also be able to obtain full text articles (some services may require subscriptions to view full text articles). If you are seeking less technical information, please use the National Library of Medicine's MedlinePlus, which offers a wide range of information on diseases, disorders, treatments, drugs, and preventive services.

ART Surveillance Summaries

The ART Surveillance Summary presents state-specific data on ART use and birth outcomes for all U.S states and territories. Detailed information on rates of preterm birth and low birth weight are presented for infants conceived with ART as well as for overall U.S. births. Additionally, state-specific data on determinants of multiple gestations (such as number of embryos transferred) and the prevalence of elective single embryo transfers are presented for women who undergo ART procedures.

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Publications on ART by CDC authors or using CDC’s National ART Surveillance System

Joshi N, Kissin D, Anderson JE, Session D, Macaluso M, Jamieson DJ. Trends and correlates of good perinatal outcomes in assisted reproductive technology. Obstet Gynecol. 2012;120:843-51.

Sauber-Schatz E, Sappenfield W, Grigorescu V, Kulkarni A, Zhang Y, Salihu HM, Rubin LP, Kirby RS, Jamieson DJ, Macaluso M. Obesity, Assisted Reproductive Technology, and Early Preterm Birth—Florida, 2004–2006. Am J Epidemiol. 2012;176:886-96.

Marsh CA, Farr SL, Chang J, Kissin DM, Grainger DA, Posner SF, Macaluso M, Jamieson DJ. Trends and factors associated with the Day 5 embryo transfer, assisted reproductive technology surveillance, USA, 2001-2009. Hum Reprod. 2012;27:2325-31.

Tepper NK, Farr SL, Cohen BB, Nannini A, Zhang Z, Anderson JE, Jamieson DJ, Macaluso M. Singleton Preterm Birth: Risk Factors and Association with Assisted Reproductive Technology. Matern Child Health J. 2012;16:807-13.

Zhang Y, Cohen B, Macaluso M, Zhang Z, Durant T, Nannini A. Probabilistic linkage of assisted reproductive technology information with vital records, Massachusetts 1997–2000. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2011.[Epub ahead of print].

Kissin DM, Jamieson DJ, Barfield WD. Assisted reproductive technology program reporting. JAMA: the Journal of the American Medical Association 2011;306(23):2564; author reply 2564-2565.

D'Angelo DV, Whitehead N, Helms K, Barfield W, Ahluwalia IB. Birth outcomes of intended pregnancies among women who used assisted reproductive technology, ovulation stimulation, or no treatment. Fertility and Sterility 2011;96(2):314-320 e312.

Adashi EY, Wyden R. Public reporting of clinical outcomes of assisted reproductive technology programs: implications for other medical and surgical procedures. JAMA: the Journal of the American Medical Association 2011;306(10):1135-1136.

Zhang Z, Macaluso M, Cohen B, Schieve L, Nannini A, Chen M, et al. Accuracy of assisted reproductive technology information on the Massachusetts birth certificate, 1997–2000. Fertility and Sterility 2010;94(5):1657-1661.

Macaluso M, Wright-Schnapp TJ, Chandra A, Johnson R, Satterwhite CL, Pulver A, et al. A public health focus on infertility prevention, detection, and management. Fertility and Sterility 2010;93(1):16 e11-10.

Duwe KN, Reefhuis J, Honein MA, Schieve LA, Rasmussen SA. Epidemiology of fertility treatment use among U.S. women with liveborn infants, 1997–2004. Journal of Women’s Health 2010;19(3):407-416.

Sunderam S, Chang J, Flowers L, Kulkarni A, Sentelle G, Jeng G, et al. Assisted reproductive technology surveillance—United States, 2006. MMWR Surveillance Summaries 2009;58(5):1-25.

Schieve LA, Devine O, Boyle CA, Petrini JR, Warner L. Estimation of the contribution of non-assisted reproductive technology ovulation stimulation fertility treatments to US singleton and multiple births. American Journal of Epidemiology 2009;170(11):1396-1407.

Reefhuis J, Honein MA, Schieve LA, Correa A, Hobbs CA, Rasmussen SA, et al. Assisted reproductive technology and major structural birth defects in the United States. Human Reproduction 2009;24(2):360-366.

Farr SL, Anderson JE, Jamieson DJ, Warner L, Macaluso M. Predictors of pregnancy and discontinuation of infertility services among women who received medical help to become pregnant, National Survey of Family Growth, 2002. Fertility and Sterility 2009;91(4):988-997.

Centers for Disease C, Prevention. Assisted reproductive technology and trends in low birthweight—Massachusetts, 1997–2004. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 2009;58(3):49-52.

Anderson JE, Farr SL, Jamieson DJ, Warner L, Macaluso M. Infertility services reported by men in the United States: national survey data. Fertility and Sterility 2009;91(6):2466-2470.

Lu E, Barfield WD, Wilber N, Diop H, Manning SE, Fogerty S. Surveillance of births conceived with various infertility therapies in Massachusetts, January–March 2005. Public Health Report 2008;123(2):173-177.

Wright VC, Chang J, Jeng G, Macaluso M, Centers for Disease C, Prevention. Assisted reproductive technology surveillance—United States, 2005. MMWR Surveillance Summaries 2008;57(5):1-23.

Boulet SL, Schieve LA, Nannini A, Ferre C, Devine O, Cohen B, et al. Perinatal outcomes of twin births conceived using assisted reproduction technology: a population-based study. Human Reproduction 2008;23(8):1941-1948.

Wright VC, Chang J, Jeng G, Chen M, Macaluso M, Centers for Disease C, et al. Assisted reproductive technology surveillance—United States, 2004. MMWR Surveillance Summaries 2007;56(6):1-22.

Schieve LA, Cohen B, Nannini A, Ferre C, Reynolds MA, Zhang Z, et al. A population-based study of maternal and perinatal outcomes associated with assisted reproductive technology in Massachusetts. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2007;11(6):517-525.

Schieve LA. Multiple-gestation pregnancies after assisted reproductive technology treatment: population trends and future directions. Women’s Health 2007;3(3):301-307.

Farr SL, Schieve LA, Jamieson DJ. Pregnancy loss among pregnancies conceived through assisted reproductive technology, United States, 1999–2002. American Journal of Epidemiology 2007;165(12):1380-1388.

Clayton HB, Schieve LA, Peterson HB, Jamieson DJ, Reynolds MA, Wright VC. A comparison of heterotopic and intrauterine-only pregnancy outcomes after assisted reproductive technologies in the United States from 1999 to 2002. Fertility and Sterility 2007;87(2):303-309.

Callaghan WM, Schieve LA, Dietz PM. Gestational age estimates from singleton births conceived using assisted reproductive technology. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 2007;21(Suppl 2):79-85.

Wright VC, Chang J, Jeng G, Macaluso M. Assisted reproductive technology surveillance—United States, 2003. MMWR Surveillance Summaries 2006;55(4):1-22.

Sunderam S, Schieve LA, Cohen B, Zhang Z, Jeng G, Reynolds M, et al. Linking birth and infant death records with assisted reproductive technology data: Massachusetts, 1997–1998. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2006;10(2):115-125.

Schieve LA, Rosenberg D, Handler A, Rankin K, Reynolds MA. Validity of self-reported use of assisted reproductive technology treatment among women participating in the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System in five states, 2000. Maternal and Child Health Journal 2006;10(5):427-431.

Schieve LA. The promise of single-embryo transfer. The New England Journal of Medicine 2006;354(11):1190-1193.

Reynolds MA, Schieve LA. Trends in embryo transfer practices and multiple gestation for IVF procedures in the USA, 1996–2002. Human Reproduction 2006;21(3):694-700.

Clayton HB, Schieve LA, Peterson HB, Jamieson DJ, Reynolds MA, Wright VC. Ectopic pregnancy risk with assisted reproductive technology procedures. Obstetrics and Gynecology 2006;107(3):595-604.

Wright VC, Schieve LA, Reynolds MA, Jeng G, Division of Reproductive Health NCfCDP, Health Promotion CfDC, et al. Assisted reproductive technology surveillance—United States, 2002. MMWR Surveillance Summaries 2005;54(2):1-24.

Schieve LA, Rasmussen SA, Reefhuis J. Risk of birth defects among children conceived with assisted reproductive technology: providing an epidemiologic context to the data. Fertility and Sterility 2005;84(5):1320–1324; discussion 1327.

Kissin DM, Schieve LA, Reynolds MA. Multiple-birth risk associated with IVF and extended embryo culture: USA, 2001. Human Reproduction 2005;20(8):2215-2223.

Buck Louis GM, Schisterman EF, Dukic VM, Schieve LA. Research hurdles complicating the analysis of infertility treatment and child health. Human Reproduction 2005;20(1):12-18.

Wright VC, Schieve LA, Reynolds MA, Jeng G, Kissin D. Assisted reproductive technology surveillance—United States, 2001. MMWR Surveillance Summaries 2004;53(1):1-20.

Wright V, Schieve LA, Vahratian A, Reynolds MA. Monozygotic twinning associated with day 5 embryo transfer in pregnancies conceived after IVF. Human Reproduction 2004;19(8):1831-1836.

Schieve LA, Reynolds MA. What is the most relevant standard of success in assisted reproduction?: challenges in measuring and reporting success rates for assisted reproductive technology treatments: what is optimal? Human Reproduction 2004;19(4):778-782.

Schieve LA, Rasmussen SA, Buck GM, Schendel DE, Reynolds MA, Wright VC. Are children born after assisted reproductive technology at increased risk for adverse health outcomes? Obstetrics and Gynecology 2004;103(6):1154-1163.

Schieve LA, Ferre C, Peterson HB, Macaluso M, Reynolds MA, Wright VC. Perinatal outcome among singleton infants conceived through assisted reproductive technology in the United States. Obstetrics and Gynecology 2004;103(6):1144-1153.

Frazier LM, Grainger DA, Schieve LA, Toner JP. Follicle-stimulating hormone and estradiol levels independently predict the success of assisted reproductive technology treatment. Fertility and Sterility 2004;82(4):834-840.

Buck GM, Lynch CD, Stanford JB, Sweeney AM, Schieve LA, Rockett JC, et al. Prospective pregnancy study designs for assessing reproductive and developmental toxicants. Environmental Health Perspectives 2004;112(1):79-86.

Wright VC, Schieve LA, Reynolds MA, Jeng G. Assisted reproductive technology surveillance—United States, 2000. MMWR Surveillance Summaries 2003;52(9):1-16.

Vahratian A, Schieve LA, Reynolds MA, Jeng G. Live-birth rates and multiple-birth risk of assisted reproductive technology pregnancies conceived using thawed embryos, USA 1999–2000. Human Reproduction 2003;18(7):1442-1448.

Schieve LA, Tatham L, Peterson HB, Toner J, Jeng G. Spontaneous abortion among pregnancies conceived using assisted reproductive technology in the United States. Obstetrics and Gynecology 2003;101(5 Pt 1):959–967.

Reynolds MA, Schieve LA, Peterson HB. Insurance coverage and outcomes of in vitro fertilization. The New England Journal of Medicine 2003;348(10):958–959; author reply 958-959.

Reynolds MA, Schieve LA, Peterson HB. Insurance is not a magic bullet for the multiple birth problem associated with assisted reproductive technology. Fertility and Sterility 2003;80(1):32-33.

Reynolds MA, Schieve LA, Martin JA, Jeng G, Macaluso M. Trends in multiple births conceived using assisted reproductive technology, United States, 1997–2000. Pediatrics 2003;111(5 Part 2):1159-1162.

Reynolds MA, Schieve LA, Jeng G, Peterson HB. Does insurance coverage decrease the risk for multiple births associated with assisted reproductive technology? Fertility and Sterility 2003;80(1):16-23.

Zhang J, Meikle S, Grainger DA, Trumble A. Multifetal pregnancy in older women and perinatal outcomes. Fertility and Sterility 2002;78(3):562-568.

Schieve LA, Meikle SF, Ferre C, Peterson HB, Jeng G, Wilcox LS. Low and very low birth weight in infants conceived with use of assisted reproductive technology. The New England Journal of Medicine 2002;346(10):731-737.

Centers for Disease C, Prevention. From the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. Use of assisted reproductive technology—United States, 1996 and 1998. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 2002;51(5):97-101.

From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Use of assisted reproductive technology—United States, 1996 and 1998. JAMA: the Journal of the American Medical Association 2002;287(12):1521-1522.

Reynolds MA, Schieve LA, Jeng G, Peterson HB, Wilcox LS. Risk of multiple birth associated with in vitro fertilization using donor eggs. American Journal of Epidemiology 2001;154(11):1043-1050.

Jamieson DJ, Schieve L, Duerr A. Semen processing for HIV-discordant couples. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2001;185(6):1433-1434.

Schieve LA, Rasmussen SA, Correa A, Santelli J, Tatham L, Wilcox LS. Commentary. Fertility and Sterility 2000;74(4):653-654.

Schieve LA, Meikle SF, Peterson HB, Jeng G, Burnett NM, Wilcox LS. Does assisted hatching pose a risk for monozygotic twinning in pregnancies conceived through in vitro fertilization? Fertility and Sterility 2000;74(2):288-294.

Centers for Disease C, Prevention. Contribution of assisted reproductive technology and ovulation-inducing drugs to triplet and higher-order multiple births—United States, 1980–1997. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 2000;49(24):535-538.

Schieve LA, Peterson HB, Meikle SF, Jeng G, Danel I, Burnett NM, et al. Live-birth rates and multiple-birth risk using in vitro fertilization. JAMA: the Journal of the American Medical Association 1999;282(19):1832-1838.

Schieve LA, Perry GS, Cogswell ME, Scanion KS, Rosenberg D, Carmichael S, et al. Validity of self-reported pregnancy delivery weight: an analysis of the 1988 National Maternal and Infant Health Survey. NMIHS Collaborative Working Group. American Journal of Epidemiology 1999;150(9):947-956.

Meikle SF, Danel I, Wilcox LS. Surveillance of assisted reproductive technology in the United States. An update. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 1999;15(1):11-14.

Cogswell ME, Scanlon KS, Fein SB, Schieve LA. Medically advised, mother's personal target, and actual weight gain during pregnancy. Obstetrics and Gynecology 1999;94(4):616-622.

Danel IA, Green YT, Walter G. 1995 assisted reproductive technology success rates: national summary and fertility clinic report. Journal of Women’s Health / the official publication of the Society for the Advancement of Women's Health Research 1998;7(3):301-303.

Wilcox LS, Marks JS. Regulating assisted reproductive technologies: public health, consumer protection, and public resources. Women's Health Issues: official publication of the Jacobs Institute of Women's Health 1996;6(3):175-180.

Wilcox LS, Kiely JL, Melvin CL, Martin MC. Assisted reproductive technologies: estimates of their contribution to multiple births and newborn hospital days in the United States. Fertility and Sterility 1996;65(2):361-366.

Wilcox LS, Peterson HB, Haseltine FP, Martin MC. Defining and interpreting pregnancy success rates for in vitro fertilization. Fertility and Sterility 1993;60(1):18-25.

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