Makler Insemination Device
Makler Insemination Device:
The device has two main parts:
- A semi-rigid atraumatic cannula that can be fitted to the tip of a 0 ml tuberculin syringe. There are two versions of this cannula: the long one is for intrauterine insemination and the short one is for intracervical deposition of spermatozoa.
- A carrier to hold the syringe and to press the cannula against the outer cervix to prevent leakage of the injected contents.
The use of this technique with Makler Insemination Device is suggested in the following cases:
- Infertility due to sub fertile oligoasthenospermic specimens
- Poor post coital tests due to cervical hostility, low semen volume or antisperm antibodies within cervical mucus.
- Cases of unexplained infertility
- Increase probability of fertilization in conjunction with induction of ovulation.
- Th increase successful rate in donor insemination or to enable using one specimen for several different patients.