ReproMaX Fertility Trial. Dr. Prien, Dr. Jabara, Lisa Welch, Dr. Sosa February 27, 2009. Background. Texas Tech Device for Improved Semen Collection (TTU-DISC) Design of the device: limit surface area, concentrate the sample, and provided a buffering agent
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Dr. Prien, Dr. Jabara, Lisa Welch, Dr. Sosa
February 27, 2009
Figure 1. A comparison of normal collection techniques (control) verses
the DISC (treatment) in dogs intolerant to traditional collection techniques (infertile). [data presented at: 1) D. Johnson and S.D. Prien: A Novel Collection Technique for Improvement of Semen Quality. Society for Gynecologic Investigation Annual Meetings, Toronto, Canada, March, 2001 and 2) D.L. Johnson and S.D. Prien. “Improving semen quality through collection modification.” 58th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Seattle, WA, October, 2002.
Figure 6. Final design of the ReproMaX filed with the US Patent Office 3/31/2006 (provisional patent # 60/744,086).