RoboICSI® is an award-winning device to assist the embryologist during IVF towards improving the outcomes, thus helping infertile couples bear a child. Based on a novel design technique, RoboICSI® is a patent-pending device that will help bridge the gap between the demand and supply in the explosively growing infertility industry. It will be a Made-in-India device that will be a pioneer, oﬀering several features for the First time in the World.
It is a smart device, which helps the embryologist to perform ICSI in an enhanced manner. RoboICSI® substitutes the holding pipette that is being used in the conventional ICSI.
RoboICSI® offers a novel way to grasp cells using bio compatible material, which offer several advantages compared to the traditional micro-pipette aspiration-based immobilization
Gentle handling of cells
RoboICSI® ’s intelligent passive force-limiting technology ensures that the oocyte that is grasped is not damaged even if the embryologist makes a mistake
Quick and hassle-free installation
RoboICSI® is designed and developed keeping in mind the current devices that are used in ICSI workbenches. RoboICSI®’s plug-and-play system allows the user to quickly plug the system, perform and the auto-calibration and get started in about a day
Easy onboarding and seamless integration
RoboICSI® is easy to learn, which allows clinics to add it into their workflow without much hassle
Eliminates subjectivity while handling oocytes
Performs routine tasks and reduces fatigue.Augments the embryologists and maximizes their potentials
RoboICSI® is a robust device. It replaces the use of pneumatic pump, making it easier to handle with an easy-to-use and intuitive control.
The conventional ICSI holding pipette is made of glass and has a tendency to break while handling the oocytes. RoboICSI® replaces the glass pipette with a Holder made up of silicone elastomer, which is not fragile.
Data is collected automatically throughout the process.
Gentle manipulation of oocytes
The Holder which is designed to be soft, ensures no oocytes are harmed during the ICSI procedure (even inadvertently).