Kaali Institute - overview
This highly ranked IVF clinic, the Kaali Institute was founded by a Hungarian-American professor, Dr. Steven G. Kaali in memory of his father. During the past 15 years we have performed close to 35,000 IVF treatment cycles, resulting in the birth of well over 10,000 healthy babies!
Overall pregnancy rate (2000-2008): 35.6%
The clinic was founded with the needs of today’s couples in mind - providing intelligent answers to issues regarding infertility and various treatments of assisted reproductive technologies.
We are the leading experts in infertility treatment. In addition to our daily clinical work, we publish our results in reputable peer reviewed international journals and actively participate in world congresses in the field of infertility. As a matter of fact we initiated and have perfected the In-Vitro Fertilization process to make it easy, safe and available on an outpatient basis.
All of our physicians and embryologists have extensive American training and our program director completed his fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology in the United States.
As soon as you walk in our waiting room you sense a friendly and reassuring environment. You will be asked to fill out the necessary information sheet and will be escorted into the consultation room by a nurse to see your doctor. The consultation will take one hour. After the initial consultation and examination the laboratory work will be completed. You will be guided through the process with detailed explanations on the next step of the treatment.
Our onsite laboratory, egg retrieval room, embryo transfer room and the recovery area are equipped with state of the art instruments and friendly support personnel who will help you every step of the way.
Once you return home we will contact you about the result of your pregnancy test. If it is positive you will need to see your own obstetrician. After your baby is born we will call you again to find out all the details about the delivery and your new baby.
(78.0% singletons, 18.9% twins, 3.1% triplets)
In comparison, the following results were achieved in European IVF centers (pooled results from all reporting countries and clinics):
European overall pregnancy rate (2004): 30.1%
(84.8% singletons, 14.6% twins, and 0.5% triplets)