This course is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME). Once course is completed you will be awarded with 7 ECMEC´s credits. More information in FAQ´s.
Physicians, specialists in gynecology and obstetrics and Gynecology and Obstetrics Residents interested in Reproductive Medicine.
This course provides a comprehensive understanding of ovarian stimulation in various clinical scenarios. It covers stimulation protocols for low responders and high responders, controlled ovarian stimulation for patients with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), ovarian stimulation for donors, and controlled ovarian stimulation for patients with obesity.
The course emphasizes the concept of customized ovarian stimulation, which involves tailoring stimulation protocols to suit the specific characteristics and requirements of each patient. It explores the scientific foundations and clinical approaches for customizing ovarian stimulation, considering factors such as age, body mass index (BMI), ovarian reserve, and other relevant medical conditions. The course delves into different stimulation strategies and therapeutic options available to maximize treatment outcomes for individual cases.
By addressing the unique needs and challenges of each patient, healthcare professionals will be equipped to provide more personalized care and optimize fertility treatment results. This approach ensures that patients receive tailored treatment plans that take into consideration their specific circumstances, ultimately enhancing the overall quality of care in fertility treatments.
• Determine and apply the most suitable treatments based on the specific objective to be achieved.
• Recognize and address the unique characteristics and considerations of each individual patient.
• Understand the reproductive implications of different endometrial preparation strategies for embryo transfer following controlled ovarian stimulation.
1. Low Responders
2. High Responders
3. COS in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome
4. Ovarian stimulation in donors
5. COS in patients with obesity