From the start, at FIV Obradors we have been committed to technological advances in assisted reproduction, with the aim of achieving excellent results. One of the systems we introduced at the beginning was IVFWitness, which comprises radiofrequency chips that identify the samples and, therefore, prevent mix ups between different patients’ samples. Whenever we can, we enjoy participating in conferences and other assisted reproduction events to explain our commitment to quality and security. In this sense, on 25 July, Dr Albert Obradors gave a talk at the World Embryologist Day conference in India, which took place via videoconference, due to the situation caused by COVID-19.
During his speech, Dr Obradors explained his commitment to security at the FIV Obradors clinic and how it has been achieved thanks to the IVFWitness system. It was also an opportunity to share knowledge with other professionals, such as, for example, Dr Keshav Malhotra or Mr Nitiz Murdia. As always, it has been a pleasure to take part in such enriching debates as these, and we hope to do many more, although they cannot be held in person for a while. Luckily, technology helps us!