EEVA


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AcronymDefinition
EEVAelectronic eigenvalue
EEVAEuro Evasion Vacances Adaptees (French disabled persons travel organization)
EEVAExtra Emancipatie/Vrouwenstudies Activiteiten
EEVAEquity Economic Value Added
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In 2012, the Women's became the first in Europe to offer the "revolutionary" EEVA fertility test which can tell in 48 hours whether an embryo is likely to survive.
It comes just 12 months after staff at the centre, which is based at Liverpool Women's Hospital, celebrated the first baby in the world to be born with EEVA technology.
Prof Kingsland said since then around 500 babies have been born which were conceived at The Hewitt Centre laboratories using either the EEVA technique or another time lapse technology called Embryoscope.
HAPPILY EEVA AFTER: Ruth Carter and John Traverse with Consultant Dr Leanne Bricker FIRST EVER BORN: Ruth Carter with her baby, who is a world first, at the Womens Hospital, Liverpool