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In order to offer our patients even more solutions tailored to their needs, continuous improvement treatments and technologies is at the heart of the concerns of the ovo clinic.

All our doctors regularly contribute to the advancement of research through the publication of articles and results of clinical studies in scientific journals internationally recognized. They are also involved in the training of fellows and oversee the development of their clinical skills, research and teaching.

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    clinique ovo montreal

    All services offered 8000, boul. Décarie,
    Montreal Qc H4P 2S4
    ovo fertility office 100 & 200
    Monday to Friday 7:30am to 6:00pm
    Weekend on appointment
    fertilite@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo elle bureau 600
    Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm
    elle@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo cryo Monday to Wed. 8:00am to 5:00pm
    Thursday 8:00am to 6:00pm
    Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm
    Saturday 9:00am to 3:00pm
    Appointments :
    Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm
    Thursday 9:00am to 4:00pm
    Saturday 9:00am to 2:30pm
    cryo@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo biosurance office 600
    Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm
    biosurance@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo labo office 600
    Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm
    labo@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo prenatal office 600
    Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm
    prenatal@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo r&d office 600
    Monday to Friday 7:15am to 5:00pm
    r-d@cliniqueovo.com

    clinique ovo rive-sud

    3141, boul. Taschereau,
    Greenfield Park Qc J4V 2H2
    ovo fertility - certain services offered office 410
    Call to know our hours
    fertilite@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo prenatal - certain services offered office 420
    Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm
    prenatal@cliniqueovo.com
    ovo labo - certain services offered office 420
    Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm
    labo@cliniqueovo.com

    clinique ovo quebec

    ovo prenatal - certain services offered 2600 Boul. Laurier, suite 295,
    Quebec Qc G1V 4T3
    Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm prenatal@cliniqueovo.com



    clinique ovo rive-nord

    ovo prenatal - Prenatal screening 1000 Montée des Pionniers,
    Terrebonne QC J6V 1S8
    Monday to Thursday 9:00am to 3:00pm
    prenatal@cliniqueovo.com
    Montreal and South-Shore: t. 514.798.2000
    Quebec: t. 418.425.0128
    f. 514.798.2001

ovo acédemie et Pax Medicalis ont le plaisir de vous convier à un voyage en Israël où se mêlent science, histoire et traditions. En plus de visiter de nombreux lieux de santé (comme le centre de dépistage des cardiopathies foetales à Hébron et la maternité Saint Joseph à Jérusalem), ce voyage du 11 au 20 avril est l’occasion d’aborder de nombreuses thématiques comme “l’éthique, la médecine et la religion : début et fin de vie” ou encore “l’environnement, le réchauffement climatique, les perturbateurs endocriniens…” etc. !

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L’objectif principal de ce congrès est de rassembler plusieurs professionnels de différentes disciplines, jusque là peu habitués à travailler conjointement, dans le but de transférer de nouvelles technologies.

 

Educational group sessions are available to understand your specific protocol and share your experience with other patients.

 

For patients who wish, individual training is also available for self-medication to teach you how to give yourself an injection in the comfort of your home and give you helpful tips for treatments.

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Based on their experience, the ovo clinic and ovo r&d offer training workshops for professionals, pharmaceutical companies and public health agencies involved in the conduct of clinical studies that wish to ensure compliance and patient safety in all their clinical research projects and implementing exceptional standards of quality in order to obtain the certifications of compliance from Health Canada.

 

These professional workshops offer the opportunity to develop your teams on specific topics such as regulatory practices, project management, compliance with good clinical practice and ethical principles in research.

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Toute patiente en âge de procréer avec un diagnostic récent de cancer doit être informée du risque d’infertilité secondaire au traitement anticancéreux, et doit être référée à un spécialiste en endocrinologie de la reproduction, avant l’initiation des traitements, pour une consultation d’oncofertilité dans le but de discuter d’un éventuel recours à des techniques de préservation de la fertilité.

 

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Le désir tardif d’avoir un enfant est un phénomène courant dans notre société. Comme gynécologues, nous nous devons de continuer à propager le message que la fertilité diminue progressivement avec l’âge, et ceci à cause d’une diminution quantitative et qualitative de la réserve ovarienne.

 

Plusieurs femmes et couples sont incapables ou ne désirent pas réaliser un projet familial à un âge relativement jeune. La préservation de fertilité par vitrification des ovules peut s’avérer une option intéressante dans ces cas.

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Caractérisé par une dysgénésie ovarienne associée à un nombre variable d’anomalies extra-gonadiques, le syndrome de Turner (ST) nécessite une prise en charge multidisciplinaire afin d’optimiser les soins.

 

La prise en charge dès l’enfance et l’adolescence des femmes avec ST permet la compensation précoce de l’hypogonadisme.

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Obesity remains to be studied as to its implications in fertility troubles. In Canada, recent estimations show that 24.3% of males and 23.8% of females are obese. Women between the age of 20 and 39 show the highest growth in the obesity demographic.

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Since the first successful transplant in 1998, about 20,000 transplants were performed in total according to the Stem Cell Summit Report in 2009.

Currently, about 3,000 transplants are performed each year. Thus, transplantation of cord blood has become a medical standard.

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Some cancer treatments can cause reduced fertility or infertility. According to the different scenarios, it would be wise to consider a specific support for fertility preservation for cancer patients.

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One couple out of seven will have a decrease in fertility. In 40% of cases, the men will be responsible for this decrease; in 40% of cases, the women will be responsible and in the 20% left, it will be a combination of causes involving both partners.

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In North America, 15% of all couples are infertile. When broken down into statistics, an abnormality is found in only the man in 30% of the cases, while abnormalities detected in both partners occur in another 20%. Therefore, male factor infertility accounts for one half of couple with fertility problems.

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The Polycystic ovarian syndrome (P.C.O.S.) is a condition characterized by ovaries with multiple small follicles which do not mature to a dominant size leading to ovulation.

 

This is one of the leading causes of infertility. A recent international consensus has emerged on P.C.O.S..

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Chromosomal abnormalities constitute one of the most important causes of perinatal mortality and neonatal morbidity. With an incidence of approximately
1 / 700, trisomy 21 (Down syndrome) is by far the most common chromosomal anomaly. These children have an average IQ of 40 and a very high risk of dementia (40 %).

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