Up to 9 to 10,000 flask interventions could occur each year, and so many more babies could be born if the fertility limit (TVK) for uterine fertility was distributed across sectors.As President of the Hungarian In Vitro Fertilization Company Attila Török He explained that the number of infant treatment facilities did not change significantly, despite the fact that in October 2017 the number of publicly funded flask procedures increased from more than double the previous year's 6,700 to 13,692.Much more flask treatment could be started Last year, 7,656 flask handlers were handled by state and private institutions with funding from the National Health Insurance Fund Manager (NEAK), and 6793 in 2017. Last year almost beavatkozбsokbуl nйgyezer magбnszolgбltatуknбl tцrtйnt, in 2017 it was 3781, according to Attila szбma.Tцrцk бllami fenntartбsъ intйzmйnyek received a little extra beьltetйsi lehetхsйgeknek hбnyadбt tudtбk kihasznбlni, which is next to the kapacitбshiбny with magyarбzhatу rйszben to vбlasztanak tцbbnyire magбnszolgбltatуt patients. However, if the interventions in the TVK sector are neutralized or terminated, much more treatment can be done and more babies can be born. According to NEAK, there were 6,793 interventions in 1,100 parents in 2017, 1,306 children were born, and 2018 data are not yet available.Related articles in Flask Treatment:
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