Assisted reproductive technology in Europe, 2000. Results generated from European register by ESHRE

K. G. Nygren, Nyboe Andersen, L. Gianaroli, Petra De Sutter, Pavel Ventruba, Karin Erb, Mika Gissler, Jacquez De Mouzon, Ricardo Felberbaum, Basil C. Tarlatzis, J. Urbancsek, Hilmar Bjorgvinsson, Robert F. Harrison, Anna Pia Ferraretti, Jan A M Kremer, Johan T. Hazehamp, Waldermar Kuczynsk, Carlos Calhaz-Jorge, V. S. Korsak, Irma Virant-KlunJuana Hernandez, P. O. Karlström, Constanzo Limoni, Angela McNab, Victor Veselovsky

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European results of assisted reproductive techniques from treatments initiated during 2000 are presented in this fourth annual report. Data were collected mainly from pre-existing national registers. From 22 countries, 569 clinics reported 279 267 cycles: IVF 126 961, ICSI 99 976, frozen embryo replacement (FER) 45 800 and oocyte donations (OD) 6530. In nine countries where all clinics reported to the register, a total of 142 174 cycles were performed in a population of 166 million, corresponding to 856 cycles per million inhabitants. After IVF and ICSI, the distribution of transfer of one, two, three and ≥4 embryos was 12.1, 46.7, 33.3 and 6.8%, respectively. Huge differences existed between countries. For IVF, the clinical pregnancy rate per aspiration and per transfer was 24.7 and 28.4%, respectively. For ICSI, the corresponding rates were 26,6% and 28,7%. These figures represent increases of 0.7 and 0.8% compared with 1999. The distribution of singleton, twin, triplet and quadruplet deliveries for IVF and ICSI combined was 73.6, 24.4, 2.0 and 0.04%. This gives a total multiple delivery rate of 26.4%. The range of triplet deliveries after IVF and ICSI ranged from 0.3 to 7.0% between countries. Compared with 1999, the number of reported cycles was increased by 8% and the clinical pregnancy rate per transfer was increased by 0.7% after IVF and by 0.8% after ICSI. The total multiple delivery rates after IVF and ICSI remain unchanged during the last 4 years.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)490-503
Number of pages14
JournalHuman Reproduction
Volume19
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2004

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Assisted Reproductive Techniques
Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injections
Pregnancy Rate
Embryonic Structures
Oocyte Donation
Annual Reports
Population

Keywords

  • ESHRE
  • Europe
  • ICSI
  • IVF
  • Register data

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Physiology
  • Developmental Biology
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Reproductive Medicine

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Nygren, K. G., Andersen, N., Gianaroli, L., De Sutter, P., Ventruba, P., Erb, K., ... Veselovsky, V. (2004). Assisted reproductive technology in Europe, 2000. Results generated from European register by ESHRE. Human Reproduction, 19(3), 490-503. https://doi.org/10.1093/humrep/deh129

Assisted reproductive technology in Europe, 2000. Results generated from European register by ESHRE. / Nygren, K. G.; Andersen, Nyboe; Gianaroli, L.; De Sutter, Petra; Ventruba, Pavel; Erb, Karin; Gissler, Mika; De Mouzon, Jacquez; Felberbaum, Ricardo; Tarlatzis, Basil C.; Urbancsek, J.; Bjorgvinsson, Hilmar; Harrison, Robert F.; Ferraretti, Anna Pia; Kremer, Jan A M; Hazehamp, Johan T.; Kuczynsk, Waldermar; Calhaz-Jorge, Carlos; Korsak, V. S.; Virant-Klun, Irma; Hernandez, Juana; Karlström, P. O.; Limoni, Constanzo; McNab, Angela; Veselovsky, Victor.

In: Human Reproduction, Vol. 19, No. 3, 03.2004, p. 490-503.

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Nygren, KG, Andersen, N, Gianaroli, L, De Sutter, P, Ventruba, P, Erb, K, Gissler, M, De Mouzon, J, Felberbaum, R, Tarlatzis, BC, Urbancsek, J, Bjorgvinsson, H, Harrison, RF, Ferraretti, AP, Kremer, JAM, Hazehamp, JT, Kuczynsk, W, Calhaz-Jorge, C, Korsak, VS, Virant-Klun, I, Hernandez, J, Karlström, PO, Limoni, C, McNab, A & Veselovsky, V 2004, 'Assisted reproductive technology in Europe, 2000. Results generated from European register by ESHRE', Human Reproduction, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 490-503. https://doi.org/10.1093/humrep/deh129
Nygren, K. G. ; Andersen, Nyboe ; Gianaroli, L. ; De Sutter, Petra ; Ventruba, Pavel ; Erb, Karin ; Gissler, Mika ; De Mouzon, Jacquez ; Felberbaum, Ricardo ; Tarlatzis, Basil C. ; Urbancsek, J. ; Bjorgvinsson, Hilmar ; Harrison, Robert F. ; Ferraretti, Anna Pia ; Kremer, Jan A M ; Hazehamp, Johan T. ; Kuczynsk, Waldermar ; Calhaz-Jorge, Carlos ; Korsak, V. S. ; Virant-Klun, Irma ; Hernandez, Juana ; Karlström, P. O. ; Limoni, Constanzo ; McNab, Angela ; Veselovsky, Victor. / Assisted reproductive technology in Europe, 2000. Results generated from European register by ESHRE. In: Human Reproduction. 2004 ; Vol. 19, No. 3. pp. 490-503.
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