What's the Problem?
One of the greatest challenges in assisted reproduction is determining which embryo has the potential to actually achieve pregnancy. Since its beginnings, in the 1960, and to date there have been numerous technological advances that have enhanced these techniques. However, today, embryo selection continues to be an aggravated problem. Embryologists base their decision on morphological aspects, and this determines which embryo should be transferred to the mother's womb or cryopreserved. This practice is subjective, not parameterized or comparable between operators, which is why it lacks precision; resulting in that only 25% of the more than 5 million annual procedures manage to conceive a baby in the first instance.