CodaAir® Incubator Units

Keeping the box incubator air clean – the VOC remover

Unique VOC removing filter technology with a proven track record

  • All products are clinically proven for safe and effective use in human ART laboratories
  • Effective air filtration technology to purify VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and pollutants
  • Contain a HEPA filter to remove particulate matter
  • The Coda2 Unit has improved flow, which saves on energy, and is made of 100% recyclable materials
  • FDA cleared, CE certified and manufactured in a clean room facility in the USA
  • Patented technology; ISO 13485 certified

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This product is available for sale in the USA and selected countries around the world.

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Coda 2 Unit

Product Code Product Name Quantity Article Description
C2IU-010 Coda 2 Unit 1 unit Place on top shelf of incubator
GCIU-010 Coda Unit 1 unit Place on top shelf of incubator
GCIF-001 Coda Filters 1 unit Change every 30 days

Coda® Studies by Cohen et al.

Cohen J, Gilligan A, Esposito W, Schimmel T, Dale B (1997) Ambient air and its potential effects on conception in vitro. Hum Reprod 12, 1742-9.

Schimmel T, Gilligan A, Garrisi GJ, Esposito Jr. B, Cecchi M, Dale B, Cohen J (1997) Removal of volatile organic compounds from incubators used for gamete and embryo culture. Fertil Steril 68 Suppl. 1, S165 (Abstract P-151).

Cohen J, Gilligan A, Willadsen S (1998) Culture and quality control of embryos. Hum Reprod 13 Suppl 3, 137-44; discussion 145-7.

Hall J, Gilligan A, Schimmel T, Cecchi M, Cohen J (1998) The origin, effects and control of air pollution in laboratories used for human embryo culture. Hum Reprod 13 Suppl 4, 146-55.

Coda® Studies by Others

Mayer JF, Nehchiri F, Weedon VM, Jones EL, Kalin HL, Oehninger SC, Toner JP, Gibbons WE, Muasher SJ (1999) Prospective randomized analysis of the impact of an IVF incubator air filtration system (Coda, GenX) on clinical pregnancy rates. In ‘Proc. 11th World Congress on In-Vitro Fertilization and Human Reproductive Genetics’ pp. P-096

Mayer JF, Nehchiri F, Weedon VM, Jones EL, Kalin HL, Oehninger SC, Toner JP, Gibbons WE, Muasher SJ (1999) Prospective randomized crossover analysis of the impact of an IVF incubator air filtration svstem (Coda. genX) on clinical pregnancy rates. Fertil Steril 72, Suppl 1, S42 (Abstract O-110).

McLellan ST, Panagoulopoulos C, Dickinson KA, Wright DL, Toth TL, Lanzendorf SE (2001) Effect of incubator air filtration system on IVF outcomes. Fertil. Steril. 76, Suppl.1, S103.

Merton JS, Vermeulen ZL, Otter T, Mullaart E, de Ruigh L, Hasler JF (2007) Carbon-activated gas filtration during in vitro culture increased pregnancy rate following transfer of in vitro-produced bovine embryos. Theriogenology 67, 1233-8.

Racowsky C, Jackson KV, Nurredin A, Balint C, Shen S, de los Santos MJ, Kely JR, Pan Y (1999) Carbon-activated air filtration results in reduced spontaneous abortion rates following IVF. In ‘Proc. 11th World Congress on In-Vitro Fertilization and Human Reproductive Genetics’. Sydney, Australia. (Ed. .) pp. O-059 (Abstract)

Battaglia DE, Khabani A, Rainer C, Moore DE (2001) Prospective randomized trial of incubator Coda filtration units revealed no effect on outcome parameters for IVF. Fertil. Steril. 75 Suppl.1, S6.

Forman M, Polanski V, Horvath P, Gilligan A, Rieger D (2004) Reductions in volatile organic compounds, aldehydes, and particulate air contaminants in an IVF laboratory by centralized and stand-alone air filtration systems. Fertility and Sterility 82 Suppl. 2, S324 (Abstract P535).

Lopez L, Rivero P, Llosá V, Palumbo A (2004) Fertilization, implantation, and pregnancy rates before and after the installation of Coda® incubator units in a human IVF laboratory. Unpublished.