Clinical Trial

Sonohysterosalpingography for the Evaluation of Infertility

Study Description

Safety and Efficacy of Sonohysterosalpingography for the Evaluation of Infertility

This pilot study is a collaborative effort between Northwell Health's Departments of Fertility and Radiology.The aim of this study is to evaluate the feasibility of the Sonohysterosalpingography (sonoHSG) for it to be determined as the standard of care. Additionally, it aims to improve the work up of infertility by integrating the examination of structural abnormalities of the Fallopian tubes and uterus into a single radiation free ultrasound guided procedure, the sonoHSG.

Location

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Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

Procedure - sonoHSG

This procedure uses agitated saline to produce air bubbles at the time of the Sonohysterogram which optimizes fallopian tube visualization. The sonoHSG is free of radiation and use of contrast. In this study, in order to produce the air bubbles at the time of the sonohysterogram, the investigators will be using a continuous saline-air device that may produce a technically superior image. For the ultrasound images, General Electric will be supporting us by providing us the Voluson E10 and RIC5-9- ...read more on ClinicalTrials.org

Additional Information

Official Study Title

Safety and Efficacy of Sonohysterosalpingography for the Evaluation of Infertility

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03234569

ParticipAid ID

9aAGzd