Our on-site laboratory offers world-class technology, time-saving convenience, and peace of mind.
The Northeastern Reproductive Medicine’s Laboratories use the most up-to-date techniques and equipment to aid in the evaluation and treatment of infertility.
Our laboratory staff has over 50 years of combined IVF experience. We are certified by the College of American Pathologists, registered with CLIA and the FDA, and are members of the Society of Reproductive Technologies (SART). We believe in a cooperative and collaborative approach to give our patients the best care possible.
The reproductive laboratory team at NRM makes every effort to create an in-vitro environment for our embryos as similar as possible to the conditions inside the fallopian tubes and the uterus. Using the most sophisticated media and incubation equipment available, we work to ensure that embryos in our care develop in a quality-controlled, optimal environment.
Embryos growing inside a uterus are protected from potentially toxic compounds in the air by the human body. When an embryo is growing in a culture dish in the laboratory, we must provide that level of protection for the embryo in the best manner possible. In order to achieve this goal, we built our laboratory here at Northeastern Reproductive Medicine with low emission construction materials and installed a large air-handling unit to purify the air before it enters the laboratory. We utilize a ‘Life Air’ filtration system which passes the air through high-efficiency particulate absorption (HEPA) filtration, volatile organic compound (VOC) filtration, and then ultra violet light. Not only is the air filtered and sterilized, but the system also provides positive pressure in the IVF laboratory, which helps prevent dust from entering the laboratory through doorways and other openings. This is the best method for providing an environment free of dust and chemicals.
With these efforts, NRM strives to give you the best possible chances of reproductive success. We’re here for you!
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