Particle count is considered to be an important
factor in IVF lab. The more particle count there
are higher chances of lab contamination and
Drop in success rate. It is therefore advisable
to have PM2.5, PM10 and particle count
checked in your lab at regular basis this would
inform the lab about the quality of air as the
Particle count. The particle count also tells
about the air quality system such as: duct, dust,
average and small particle paint and flaking.
IVF Laboratories rely on air filtration to protect
the gametes from contamination during critical procedures. An
independent inspection is used to certify that the air system is
working, typically once per year.