Due to the downward trend in male infertility, researchers are looking for a technique to select the most high-quality, motile sperm to increase the success rates of Assisted Reproductive Technique (ART). Sperm microfluidics is one of the potential techniques available now at ZIVA.
The sperm micro-fluidics approach can help to improve our understanding of sperm motion. This technology is emerging as a diagnostic alternative for male infertility. In high-speed imaging, the microfluidics technique has resolved the swimming pattern of sperms in the bulk fluid. This technology can enable the selection of high-quality sperms by mimicking the in vivo process.