From a simple blood to a maternal blood, the New Test gives you 100% reliable results.Idйn jъliusban officially eltцrцltйk kцtelezх the fetal szыrхvizsgбlatok palettбjбrуl the dreaded, mйgis domestic terhesgondozбs has held alapkцvekйnt szбmon AFP vizsgбlatot, which caused a lot of kismamбnak бlmatlan йjszakбt, as it is often inaccurate, pointing eredmйnyt, tйvesen gave kцvetkeztetni the fetus fejlхdйsi rendellenessйgйnek valуszнnыsйgйre.A vizsgбlat megszьntetйsйrхl or instead, tests that can more accurately determine some genetic abnormalities, dr. Kbli with Gborr, we talked to CryoSave Hungary's Medical Advisor.
Obligatory AFP testing for pregnant women was officially discontinued on July 1, 2014. This proves useful in many ways: not only does it dissuade other mothers, but doctors who fight AFP may also be suspected of having to pass mandatory screening tests. But what were they so against AFP?
Nowadays, the AFP screening method, which is unique in Europe, has done the organic part of the mandatory screening tests only in Hungary. Because the test worked with a very high error rate, it was eliminated earlier in the mandatory screening tests in other countries. AFP is a fetus-derived white, ъn. alpha-fetoprotein, which appears in the mother's blood through the placenta, and levels rise as the pregnancy progresses.
AFP showed low values in many healthy pregnancies. Because of the high error rate, the belief that low AFP levels are an unequivocal indicator of Down-Gorge proved to be fierce. However, neglecting an obligatory examination at that time would in many cases have led to legal consequences for the physician, and as a result of the large but unnecessary invasion of AFP values, doctors who are pregnant.
Although the obligatory AFP screening, which did not provide any reliable results, remains a problem in the diagnosis of chromosome aberrations. Or else?
Ultrasound examinations supported by OEP may indeed point to developmental abnormalities, but invasive examinations, such as amniotic centrifugation, will continue to provide reliable evidence of chromosome aberration. However, these interventions pose quite a heavy burden on the pregnant mother, not to mention the inherent risk that she may have up to one percent. To load this space and to avoid invasive testing, the Genome has developed a Tranquility non-invasive test.
Why do you recommend this method to pregnant women and nursing colleagues instead of amniocentesis? What is worth knowing about? Unlike risky amniocentesis, only a maternal blood sample is required to perform the test. In addition, the mother and the fetus are not adversely affected by the bloodshed. The test analyzes fetal DNA in maternal blood, the incidence of which increases as the pregnancy progresses. From week 9 onwards, within a week, the test can determine if there is a chromosome aberration in the fetus.
Only a maternal blood sample is required to perform a fetal chromosome aberration test
It should also be noted that the Tranquility test has been found to be reliable in artificial fertilization and in the case of twin pregnancies.
What experience have you gained so far with regard to test accuracy, reliability? In other words, how much can doctors and prospective mothers look for the results they are looking for?
The accuracy of the test was also validated in a group of 115 twin pregnant women. During the examinations they obtained only and exclusively the results that were true, no annual results were obtained. Based on all of this, the unreliable AFP examination and the need for an invasive intervention with amniocentesis provide a very simple and it informs the mother and the treating physician of the differences at an individual rate.
How Can a Pregnant Woman Get the Test?
The tests can be ordered from the little baby or at www.genoma.com. Pregnant women can have the blood needed to carry out the test, either in the dormant or in the nearest laboratory.