Women’s preferences for perinatal and neurodevelopmental health outcomes associated with twin pregnancy
Bhattacharya, S. (Applied Clinical Sciences, University of Aberdeen)
Due to the routine practice of transferring two embryos during an IVF cycle, women undergoing this treatment face an increased risk of twin pregnancy and associated complications (e.g. premature delivery, perinatal death). Single embryo transfer is an effective way of reducing these risks but it may reduce the chances of pregnancy compared with double embryo transfer. The Standard gamble method was used to elicit women’s preferences for these trade-offs which were subsequently be used to model the cost utility of single versus double embryo transfer during IVF treatment.
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