Fertility Science and Research

: 2023  |  Volume : 10  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 1-

Editors view point

Kuldeep Jain 
 KJIVF and Laparoscopy Centre, Delhi, India

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Kuldeep Jain
24, Gagan Vihr, Delhi 110051

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Jain K. Editors view point.Fertil Sci Res 2023;10:1-1

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Let me start by thanking all reviewers and authors for their contributions making Fertility Science and Research a much sought after knowledge sharing platform in reproductive medicine. Now that the new editorial board is in place, from this year onward, the Fertility Science and Research journal will be available quarterly to allowing more research articles. I invite original research work from young researchers and institutions under various sections like andrology, clinical embryology, endocrinology, reproductive surgery, clinical Assisted Reproductive techniques (ART), reproductive genetics, early pregnancy, and ultrasound.

The current issue is dedicated to Fertivision 2022, annual conference of the Indian Fertility Society and contains four review articles and 113 abstracts from free papers. Medical assisted reproduction (MAR) has seen phenomenal advancement in the last three decades. Some of the innovations have really revolutionized the management of infertility. The review article “bell jar to cloud” is thought provoking and looks at history, present practices, and future projections in the field. The article is well written.

OVARIAN Hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) still remains a challenge for all clinicians. Various preventive strategies including use of soft protocol, antagonist protocol, agonist trigger, using cabergolin, and all freeze strategies are used widely in current practice and have contributed in reducing the severe cases of OHSS world wide. But it is important that more robust data be generated and critically reviewed periodically so as to make the scenario Completely OHSS free.

Another important area is time management in the IVF laboratories, especially in a busy setting. It may become very challenging to maintain quality control in the lab and the whole outcome of the lab may be affected if proper standard operating procedures (SOP) are not followed in today’s practice.

Another highlight of the current issue is 72 abstracts covering almost all sections, and some of them are very interesting to read. Finally, I invite contributions in the form of original research articles, review articles, commentaries, and interesting case reports.

Happy reading