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HER - Embryo Rank EQA and the Embryo Rank Index(%) ReSet
In 2012, FertAid is exploring a new EQA scheme tentatively labeled Embryo Rank EQA. The aim is to develop a tool to help senior scientists and clinicians answer a simple question. Are all the embryologists in your laboratory selecting the same embryo for transfer and/or for cryostorage.
The information collected from this page may be used for an abstract submission.
Please consider this a DRAFT display at present. Report any queries via CONTACTS
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Embryo #:1
   
2
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Embryo #:2
   
3
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Embryo #:3
   
4
Av Choice=0
   
Embryo #:4
   
5
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Embryo #:5
   
6
Av Choice=0
   
Embryo #:6
   
7
Av Choice=0
   
Embryo #:7
   
8
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Embryo #:8
   
9
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Embryo #:9
   
10
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Embryo #:10
   
Summary and Analysis - Creating Embryo ranking Refresh ID=0/0
Ranking Embryo # Total  
1 1 1704/5988 [28.46%]  
1 4 838/4632 [18.09%]  
1 7 432/2454 [17.60%]  
2 8 409/2457 [16.65%]  
2 2 1765/5993 [29.45%]  
3 3 1622/5989 [27.08%]  
6 5 677/3051 [22.19%]  
7 9 404/2454 [16.46%]  
9 10 178/939 [18.96%]  
9 6 641/3056 [20.98%]  
Data Distribution
Embryo/Rank
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1 [Rank=1]
1704
1184
1010
732
433
236
112
103
197
277
2 [Rank=2]
1332
1765
1289
673
224
196
222
140
145
7
3 [Rank=3]
713
891
1622
621
561
421
250
399
412
99
4 [Rank=1]
838
632
557
793
375
427
350
251
310
99
5 [Rank=6]
160
199
218
333
410
677
393
381
182
98
6 [Rank=9]
184
415
414
237
195
136
156
516
641
162
7 [Rank=1]
432
297
289
385
302
280
276
119
60
14
8 [Rank=2]
404
409
346
373
259
259
164
135
76
32
9 [Rank=7]
206
160
170
402
219
313
404
267
248
63
10 [Rank=9]
21
41
75
80
78
108
130
144
178
83
Analysis and Embyo Ranking
Ranking
Average Choice
Your Choice
Value
Your score
Total
1
0
1
10
0
0/10
2
0
2
9
0
0/19
3
0
3
8
0
0/27
4
0
4
7
0
0/34
5
0
5
6
0
0/40
6
0
6
5
0
0/45
7
0
7
4
0
0/49
8
0
8
3
0
0/52
9
0
9
2
0
0/54
10
0
10
1
0
0/55
Your ranking Index is: 0.00%
Notes on Embryo Grading.
1. One of the most critical roles of an embryologist is to grade embryos for transfer and or cryopreservation. In most busy laboratories (and most are very busy), this is performed by one embryologist. Their decision may have profound impact on the pregnancy rate and on the chance of pregnancy for each and every patient. Currently there are no real tools available to scientific and medical directors to assess the proficiency of the embryology staff in their ranking of embryos. The few EQA programs (Including QAPonline) have descriptive schemes but these do not allow the ranking of embryos.
 
2. The ranking essentially compares your grading to the average grading of all other participants. The rank of each embryo is graded according to the rank e.g. 1st ranking is coded 10 points, the 2nd rank is coded 9 points, etc. If your ranking agrees with the average, points are awarded. If not then no points are awarded. the sum of awarded points are converted to a % value. If you selection agrees with the majority of other participants, the ranking index is 100%. If you disagree with the majority, your index is 0%.
 
3.Therefore, the ranking index reflects how your scoring coincides with the majority or participants. Higher ranking implies your assessments agrees with the majority of other embryologists.
 
 
 
4. But wait... This page is open to all and sundry. It is better to register with Fertaid and complete the same exercise as a FertAid registrant where the results may be more relevant to your industry.
 
5. The information submitted may be used to prepare an abstract and possible publication. However the submissions will be only from those submitted by registered participants.
 
6.Better still, it is better to register with FertAid, and subscribe to the 2012 HER schemes. In this cases, you can register and enroll all your staff. When they all complete the monthly exercise, as Supervisor, you can review their performance.
 
7. If you need further information, please contact Fertaid on office@fertaid.com
 

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