A binary outcome predictor generated by time-lapse analysis software offers a limited selection advantage between blastocysts

      Time-lapse imaging is designed to improve embryo selection on day 3 of development. Software now automatically generates a binary result (high or low) that prognosticates which embryos are more likely to blastulate. This study seeks to characterize the blastulation rates for those groups and to assess the distribution of results to determine how often this designation could potentially alter embryo selection.
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