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Table 3 Pregnancy outcomes of pET in the experimental group and conventional ET in the control group

From: The role of transcriptomic biomarkers of endometrial receptivity in personalized embryo transfer for patients with repeated implantation failure

  Experimental Control (n = 86) P-valuea P-valueb P-valuec RRe (95%Cl) P-valued
Displaced (n = 17) Non-displaced (n = 39) Total (n = 56)
No. of patients receiving embryo transfers (n) 16 32 48 86      
No. of patients transferred D3 embryos (n) 8 18 26 59      
No. of patients who received pET (n) 8 18 26      
 Intrauterine pregnancy (n/%) 5/8 (62.5%) 8/18 (44.4%) 13/26 (50%) 14/59 (23.7%) 0.062 0.089 0.673 2.107 (1.159 to 3.830) 0.017
 Live birth (n/%) 4/8 (50%) 7/18 (38.9%) 11/26 (42.3%) 13/59 (22.0%) 0.203 0.263 0.683 1.92 (0.995 to 3.705) 0.056
 No. of transferred D3 embryos (n) 15 36 51 114      
 Embryos implanted (n/%) 6/15 (40%) 10/36 (27.8%) 16/51 (31.4%) 19/114 (16.7%) 0.072 0.141 0.599 1.882 (1.057 to 3.353) 0.033
No. of patients transferred blastocysts (n) 8 14 22 27      
No. of patients who received pET (n) 8 14 22      
 Intrauterine pregnancy (n/%) 6/8 (75%) 8/14 (57.1%) 14/22 (63.6%) 11/27 (40.7%) 0.121 0.318 0.649 1.562 (0.898 to 2.718) 0.111
 Live birth (n/%) 6/8 (75%) 7/14 (50%) 13/22 (59.1%) 10/27 (37.0%) 0.105 0.424 0.380 1.595 (0.874 to 2.914) 0.124
 No. of transferred blastocysts (n) 13 26 39 44      
 Embryos implanted (n/%) 7/13 (53.8%) 10/26 (38.5%) 17/39 (43.6%) 12/44 (27.3%) 0.147 0.330 0.497 1.598 (0.877 to 2.913) 0.120
  1. Bold P-values indicates statistical significance
  2. RR relative risk, pET personalized embryo transfer, ET embryo transfer
  3. aIndicating the p-value of the displaced group compared with the control group
  4. bIndicating the p-value of the non-displaced group compared with the control group
  5. cIndicating the p-value of the displaced compared with the non-displaced group
  6. dIndicating the p-value of the experimental group compared with the control group
  7. eIndicating the RR of the experimental group compared with the control group