Infertility Specialist Dr Shivani Sachdev Gour

Dr. Shivani Sachdev Gour, Founder & Director of SCI Healthcare, SCI IVF is a state of the art fertility centre located in Kailash Colony, New Delhi. Dr. Shivani has completed MBBS, MD – Obstetrics & Gynaecology, DNB – Medical Genetics, Gynecologist, Obstetrician, Infertility Specialist and she has 19 years in this profession. She was very dedicated in this profession and owing to her proficiency she was also involved with treating the very first cases of legal surrogacy in India.

Dr. Shivani that has brought bot the local and international attention to SCI Healthcare IVF and surrogacy programs. She has work with dedication and has treated many couples who were facing the problem of infertility. It is not just she only provides quality & affordable infertility treatment, she also conducts regular Training & Workshops to the subjects related to infertility and other matters. Till date she has helped thousands of couples to fulfil their dreams by giving parenthood.

So, if you are facing the same infertility problem for more than a year, make sure to consult with your trusted infertility specialist Dr. Shivani with book appointment please call us: +91-11-41022905/7/9 | +91-120-4318757 You can directly fill our contact form our team will get back you in shortest time.

Computer Assisted Semen Analysis

  • —Usually Sperm count, motility, and morphological assessment of spermatozoa is performed manually with light microscopy.
  • —This method of analysis gives variable results between laboratories.
  • —The use of computer assisted semen analysis (CASA) enhances the randomness, objectivity, repeatability and accuracy of the procedure and additionally allows identification of subtle characteristics of spermatozoa, which cannot be detected by visual evaluation.

Why Computer Assisted Semen Analysis (CASA) ?

  • Accuracy and reliability
  • Easy to carryout
  • Objective data
  • Data storage for further reference
  • The results are reproducible and consistent
  • No much variability in the results between laboratories