Hands on workshop on Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a process in which sperm are “washed” and placed into the uterus through a catheter followed by a process. The male partner produces a semen sample. The sperm are then separated from the seminal plasma, white blood cells, prostaglandins, and other “debris”. A speculum is inserted into the woman’s vagina and a catheter with an attached syringe, containing the washed sperm, is inserted through the cervix into the uterus. The specimen is injected and the catheter and the speculum are removed.
Course Highlight Studies on
Low sperm count
Decreased sperm motility
Semen, its collection, evaluation, processing, preservation
Female reproductive organs & their functions
Normal reproductive cycle
AI equipment and accessories & their care
Liquid nitrogen handling
Methods of calculating conception rates and factors affecting conception rates
Common reproductive disorders/ diseases, causes of abortion, etc.
Measures to obtain maximum fertility
anatomical defects in the penis like hypospadiasis or severe penile curvature.
Ejaculatory dysfunction like retrograde ejaculation.
Psychological or physiological Sexual dysfunction.
Pelvic disorders like cervical stenosis, chronic cervicitis, ovulation disorders, mild endometriosis.
OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE:
Accreditation will assist
1) Maintenance of quality and uniformity in AI training provided by various AITIs across the country; 2) Meeting increasing demand for skilled Artificial Insemination Technicians (AITs) in the country.
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