Post-vasectomy spermogram with viability measurement : a new analysis from Nasci.

Nasci is proud to launch the post-vasectomy spermogram with spermatozoa viability measurement.

When a urologist asks for a spermogram analysis on a vasectomized patient, he (she) really has two questions on his (her) mind. First : are there spermatozoa in the ejaculate of the patient? Second : are those persistent spermatozoa alive or not.

One possible outcome of the post-vasectomy spermogram is that rare spermatozoa are still present after the surgery. This does not necessarily mean that the vasectomy procedure failed. Indeed, spermatozoa may persist inside the man genital organs for months after vasectomy even if the surgery was completed correctly. However, only dead spermatozoa should be observed by spermogram. If living spermatozoa are observed by the laboratory, then it is likely that they are not persistent spermatozoa but rather spermatozoa coming from the testicle. This would indicate that the vasectomy is not perfectly completed. This is why urologists want to obtain this information from the laboratory.

Nasci is the only laboratory able to make this distinction between rare live and rare dead spermatozoa and does so by using flow cytometry.

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Thank you!

Dr Mathieu Boilard, Ph.D.

Président, Nasci Biologie Médicale

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