12:18 7th January 2018 | Medical Check-Up
First off, we want to wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year! Secondly, we want you to know we are always ready to offer exceptional preventative- and primary care as well as assisted reproductive care that adheres to international standards.
Bridge Clinic wants to continue to help you make the right lifestyle choices for a healthier, happier and longer life. Quality of life can improve significantly once you achieve (and p...
16:58 9th December 2017 | General Check-Up
You car might have had its pre-trip inspection, but what about your body? Before you embark on your trip this festive season, you should book a general check-up and make sure your vaccinations are up to date. If you do not, you could be putting your life at risk. You may even need extra screenings and examinations.
Although mass travel has made so many things possible for so many people, it has also contributed to the spread of threat...
08:45 24th July 2017 | Medical Innovations
Information Distribution Latest Innovation Medical Breakthroughs Epidemics Pandemics Measles Outbreaks Vaccination WHO Prediabetes Screening HIV Drugs Resistance Failed Therapy Drug Resistance Virus Drowned Toddler Brain Damage
In the era of mass travel and mass media, the growing amount of frequent travellers and distribution of information is incredible. We are more aware than ever of world news, including the latest innovations and medical breakthroughs as well as threatening epidemics and pandemics.
When dangerous diseases cross borders or oceans even more awareness should be created, but good news should be shared too. This blog post will give an overvi...
04:58 17th March 2013 | Sperm Donor
There is a risk of transferring HIV infection with the use of donor sperm. Screening the donor before obtaining the semen sample should eliminate this risk but it may take up to three months for an infected person to test positive for HIV. This situation is managed by testing all potential donors and only processing semen samples from donors that have been confirmed HIV free. These samples are then cryopreserved in liquid nitrogen (froz...
05:00 14th March 2013 | HIV
It may take up to three months (window period) for an HIV infected person to develop a positive HIV test. This means that even though an ovum donor may screen negative at the time of embryo transfer into a recipient, there could be a risk of transmitting the HIV virus because the donor could be within this “window period”. The egg, like the sperm does not get infected with the HIV virus. Sperm is transferred with other cells that could ...
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