We cannot remain indifferent to the destruction of our natural environment. Just one thing that we can and should do is to reduce the environmental burden, improve our clinical practice and at the same time stop using paper in the clinic and go digital. At Assisting Nature IVF Unit we have been striving to create an entirely paperless practice and promote a paperless culture.
This makes it possible to establish your monitoring group and inform you about the documents and obligatory tests needed for treatments. Welcome letter and list of documents and tests will be e-mailed to you. We need a 3 working day period for analyzing the data and for primary consultation with one of our Reproductive Gynaecology Specialists and then your first visit will be booked with all medical data electronically pre-registered.
Before the embryo transfer you will receive PDF information about luteal phase preparation. Finishing the treatment, you will receive a detailed e-mail report that will be e-signed by the doctor and the embryologist. During the therapy you will stay in contact with your dedicated monitoring group staff as well as after finishing you will be requested to email your feedback form to us. Upon request, the movie clip from OPU, embryo-transfer or hysteroscopy procedure as well as photos of embryonic development will be recorded for you.