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Current status of assisted reproduction in Latin America and the world.
"We invite all centres of REDLARA and new centres performing Assisted Reproduction procedures to report their data corresponding to the year 2015.
For further information, please contact: info@redlara.com or registro@redlara.com"
We present the twenty first report of ART procedures, which includes procedures performed during 2010, by 140 centers in Latin America.

This is the first time data was registered on a case-by-case bases and not as a summary of performed cases as in previous reports.
This new way of register data allowed us to make a deeper analysis of the information given by member centers of REDLARA.  

The implementation of this new pattern has demanded a tremendous regional effort due to no previous multinational registry performed on case-by-case bases. Centers reported their ART procedures data electronically and this data was accepted after consistency checks were performed and the institution was certified by an accreditation team.
A total of 37,853 initiated ART cycles included, 3,731 IVF cycles; 22,637 ICSI cycles; 5,157 FET cycles and 6,320 OD embryo transfer, plus 8 cases of GIFT, which are not described in this report.
The majority (39%) of ET in IVF/ICSI cycles were performed in women aged 35-39 years. The delivery rates (DR) per OPU in IVF and ICSI cycles were 30.9%, and 28.8% respectively. The multiple delivery rates in IVF/ICSI cycles were 23.9% (22.1% twins and 1.8% triplets).
When ≥ 2 embryos were transferred, neither the CPR nor the proportion of twins increased significantly. However, the proportion of triplet pregnancies increased significantly when ≥3 embryos were transferred. In OD cycles, twins and triplets deliveries were 25.4% and 2.2% respectively.  In FET cycles, twin and triplet deliveries were 17.6% and 1.5% respectively.

Multiple deliveries were associated with a significant increase in preterm delivery and perinatal mortality. The CPR was 18% with eSET and 43% with eDET. In women aged ≤34 years, CPR with eSET was 30% and 52% with eDET. In OD cycles, the CPR with eSET was 29%, and 52% with eDET.

Conclusions: Overall, delivery rates of different ART procedures are comparable to developed countries in the world. However, REDLARA has to enforce the reduction in the number of embryos transferred in IVF/ICSI and OD cycles, in order to prevent multiple births and decrease the corresponding perinatal complications.

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