Test code: QRS29
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Women expecting a child can take a blood test called the maternal screening test to check for certain diseases. In the first trimester of pregnancy, an ultrasound and first trimester of pregnancy Siraspur may be performed. The first-trimester screening battery includes these double marker Siraspur. Pregnancies at risk for Down syndrome (trisomy 21) and Edward syndrome can be detected with the combined first-dual marker Siraspur (trisomy 18). Pregnancies at high risk for Down syndrome, Edward syndrome, or neural tube defects can be detected using a maternal serum screening Siraspur administered in the second trimester. All pregnant women should be offered triple test pregnancy for Down syndrome and other chromosomal abnormalities. Please provide recent ultrasound with maternal Date of birth (dd/mm/yy)? LMP or Ultrasound? IVF, Number of Fetuses (Single/ Twins)? Diabetic status and Body Weight in Kg, Smoking & Previous history of Trisomy 21/ trisomy 18 along with other details in digital Maternal screening form
Between 9 to 13th weeks of pregnancy, you can have a scan to check on your baby's growth and development. It all comes down to the specifics of the diagnostic procedures
It is not mandatory, but, it helps in screening genetic disorders
This test is given to expectant mothers to determine the likelihood that their child will be born with a chromosomal abnormality, such as Down syndrome (trisomy 21) or Edwards syndrome (trisomy 18).
If it?s a high level, it indicates a higher risk of Trisomy 18 and Down Syndrome