It can help experts identify potential chromosomal abnormalities, and offers more valuable information about the embryo, the way it is developing, and its potential to survive transfer and implantation.

One of the advantages of the embryoscope is that the embryologists do not take out the embryos from the incubator. This new technological machine provides all the necessary information via the screening system to the embryologist. The information is much more detailed. In the old incubators, the embryologists need to take out the embryos daily out of the incubator for analysis.

Taking out and putting in creates 2 different atmospheres for the embryo and hence its more likely that the embryo may be affected by the particles in the air. Therefore we prefer the embryoscope technology.