MIRI® Evidence is redefining the way traceability in laboratory procedures is managed and stored in fertility clinics, eliminating errors, preventing system mix-ups, saving time, and helping clinics to comply with regulations. This IVF witnessing tool provides a single, secure platform that ensures all patients are scheduled on time and documented properly - saving time and improving outcomes across the board.
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Evidence uses an intuitive labelling system for all printed labels,
incorporating three elements: human-readable font, universal Data Matrix code,
and RFID tags.
embryos, and sperm samples are verified and recorded as identity matches when
transferring through the devices, eliminating the need for a human
double-witnessing. The verification guarantees that the correct sample is being
processed and handled at all times, preventing any accident from occurring due
to accidental mismatches or mix-ups.
MIRI® Evidence can surely be integrated into other systems of the IVF facility ensuring that all information is meticulously exchanged. The information being exchanged begins with the patient’s demographic data and further into the financial input/output, image transfers, and laboratory results. The MIRI® Evidence, to further enhance the traceability function, also allows for the ovum pick up, ICSI, or embryo transfer to be monitored through a tablet or a display within the operation theater over a live video feed.
The MIRI® Evidence can be retrofitted to existing equipment. There is no need to replace or do customizations on the tabletop of your workstations. Our RFID pole scanner is compatible with mostly all available workstations in the market. Aside from that, an incubator monitor can be designated to display whose embryo has been assigned to which specific chamber of the incubator. The monitor is compatible with various kinds of embryo culture incubators on the market.
As an electronic witnessing system, MIRI® Evidence is capable of visualizing the full-blown chain of custody for a specific gamete or embryo, from the initiation of the cycle until the final act. The chain of custody includes all of the utensils and lot numbers that have been used throughout the cycle, denoting that all of the utensils that have been in contact with the embryo or gametes are documented.
All documented information is automatically enumerated with a consecutive number and displayed on a table. The full chain of custody can be easily viewed by expanding the table. The data parameter includes the time of the procedure, the staff in charge or the doctor in charge, the type of procedure action, the utensil used, the location, and more. More parameters can be seen in the chain of custody by expanding the table of a specific patient.
Under clinical application, an overview of all the embryo transfers (ETs) and intrauterine inseminations (IUIs) performed by the clinic can be displayed. The table will show the chain of custody, the catheter lot used for the ET, the staff or doctor who performed the action, and the clinical outcome.