Identify Potentially Harmful Sources of Airborne Contamination at Your Facility
LifeAire is committed to helping IVF laboratories around the world improve their outcomes by removing the variable of air from the list of elements that can impact consistent and successful embryogenesis. To that end, we help IVF programs examine their air quality, their air handling systems, and sources of potential contamination that might be adversely impacting their cell culture and clinical outcomes.
We are visiting programs in person to share insight and lessons-learned from over 25 years of clinical study by CEO and founder, Dr. Kathryn C. Worrilow, on the relationship between a wide array of airborne contamination sources that adversely affect IVF laboratory function and outcomes—despite most programs having strong protocols in place to guard against contamination, maintain positive air pressure in sensitive areas, and employ air filtration units. Even ISO5 cleanroom standards are susceptible to certain airborne threats that can bypass HEPA/ULPA/UV filtration and other preventative measures as in culturing in a “closed” environment.