How are babies made?
It can be a work of ART.
And you can see ART, or assisted reproduction technology, at work in the babymaking process on a new, online Web portal that features a clinician-oriented guided tour of how in-vitro fertilization is done in the laboratory.
Earlier this month, Bloomington, Ind.-based Cook Medical, a supplier of equipment and technology to the field of reproductive medicine, launched a Web portal for providers of reproductive health services.
The site includes a video tour of the entire IVF procedure with guidance on how to optimize each step for improved pregnancy rates, according to the company. The audio portion of the video is in English, but transcripts corresponding to the images are available in Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Japanese and Spanish.