Infertility Diagnosis And Potential Gamete Donor Medical Examination Procedures

Original Language Title: Neauglības diagnosticēšanas un potenciālā dzimumšūnu donora medicīniskās izmeklēšanas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 261 in 2006 (April 4. No 19 38) infertility diagnosis and potential gamete donor medical examination procedure Issued under the sexual and reproductive health law article 12, third paragraph, and article 17, second paragraph (I). The general question 1. determines the order in which the diagnosed infertility medical investigates potential gamete donors. II. Fertility diagnosis 2. family doctor or specialist, direct the person to the gynecologist (birth), seksopatolog or urolog doctor ģenētiķ, who according to the competency of the person and investigating the medical diagnose infertility. Referral shall be made out on a form approved in accordance with the laws and regulations on medical institutions, medical and accounting documentation record keeping procedures. 3. diagnosis of women infertility: 3.1 gynecological investigation;
3.2. sexually transmitted infections investigations;
3.3. hormonal investigations;
3.4. ultrasonogrāfisk small pelvic organs examination;
3.5. tubal permeability. 4. diagnosis of infertility men out: 4.1 sexually transmitted infection investigation;
4.2. spermogramm. 5. Gynecologist (birth), seksopatolog or urolog doctor examined this provision geneticist 3 and 4 results referred to in paragraph 1 shall, if necessary, forwarded to additional studies and determine the diagnosis. III. Potential gamete donor investigation 6. Potential gamete donor (hereinafter-the donor) according to the Commission investigating the compe gynecologist (birth), or doctor of urolog geneticist. If necessary, the specialists involved in the investigation of the donor family doctor whose patients are registered in the list of donors. 7. before sending the donor a study: 7.1 this rule 6, paragraph specialist obtains information about a donor: 7.1.1 General health;
7.1.2. heavy and hereditary diseases of the ekstraģenitāl;
7.2. a donor specialist: 7.2.1. narkolog opinion;
7.2.2. the psychiatrist's opinion. 8. do the Donor pamatizmeklējum: 8.1. determination of blood group (ABO);
8.2. rhesus factor;
8.3. determination of kariotip;
the Treponema pallidum 8.4 passive haemagglutination test (TPH);
8.5. the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) test;
8.6. B and hepatitis C antibodies;
5.4. rapid reaction with the inactivated serum (SED);
8.8. sexually transmitted infections (gonorrhea, trihomoniāz, hlam, dioz);
8.9. spermogramm man. 9. six months after the first known transfer times this rule 6, paragraph specialist provides donor such retesting: 9.1. human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) test;
the Treponema pallidum 9.2 passive haemagglutination assay (TPH);
9.3. B and hepatitis C antibodies. 10. After all the study results of this rule 6, paragraph specialist provides an opinion on the compatibility of the donor requirements. Prime Minister a. Halloween Health Minister g. Smith