Post-vasectomy spermogram by flow cytometry : an innovation from Nasci Biologie Médicale

With post-vasectomy spermograms, what really matters to you and your doctor is to have access to a technology that has the power to detect the few spermatozoa that are present in the ejaculate and quantify them. When they see the post-vasectomy spermogram results, most doctors will use a value of 10 000 spermatozoa per milliliter of sperm as the limit under which sterilization is considered a success and beyond which contraception should be maintained.

It is impossible to quantify spermatozoa using a microscope when spermatozoa concentrations are that low. Yet, medical laboratories kept on using it because there was no better technology available.

Nasci developed its own proprietary method (patent pending) of using flow cytometry in post-vasectomy spermograms, to make sure your surgical intervention was a success. Flow cytometry is a cell counting technology far more precise and powerful than microscopy.

Follow this link to our new website section that explains more about the post-vasectomy spermogram analysis at Nasci.

You can also click here to set up an appointment with us for your post-vasectomy spermogram or if you have any questions.

Thank you for reading!

Dr Mathieu Boilard, Ph.D.
President at Nasci Biologie Médicale

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