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Table 1 ASRM/SART recommended criteria for eSET [1]

From: Promoting the use of elective single embryo transfer in clinical practice

• Women aged <35 years
− Women aged 35–40 years should also consider eSET if they have top-quality blastocyst-stage embryos available for transfer
• More than one top-quality embryo available for transfer
− Blastocyst-stage embryos are preferred
• First or second IVF cycle  
• Previously successful IVF cycle  
• Recipients of embryos from donated eggs  
  1. ASRM, American Society for Reproductive Medicine; SART, Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology; eSET, elective single embryo transfer; IVF, in vitro fertilization