At NTD we recognize that pregnancy can be a time that raises many health related questions and concerns for your patients. For this reason, we strive to provide a comprehensive portfolio of prenatal screening services that deliver trusted, timely results, in order to better inform and empower both you and your patients.

Leading medical authorities recommend that all pregnant women be offered screening to evaluate the health of their baby and assess the overall health of the pregnancy. We are here to help you provide the best care for your patients.

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NTD’s Premier Test:

Maternal Fetal Screen | T1SM

The Most Comprehensive Overall Pregnancy Health Evaluation

Maternal Fetal Screen | T1SM is the only test to combine first-trimester aneuploidy risk assessment with early onset preeclampsia (EOPE) in one report—providing your patient with a comprehensive personalized risk result as early as 10 weeks’ gestation.

By combining ultrasound measurements with the analysis  of five biochemical markers, MFS|T1SM provides increased detection for Down Syndrome, at 98% with a 1.2% false positive rate. It also casts a wide net for other maternal and fetal issues, such as other aneuploidies, preeclampsia, low birth weight, fetal loss, and stillbirth.

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    Chromosomal Abnormalities

    The  chromosome abnormalities screened for in this test including:

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    Early onset preeclampsia

    Preeclampsia is a serious hypertensive disorder in pregnancy. It can happen to any pregnant woman during the second half of her pregnancy. When it results in delivery before 34 weeks’ gestation, it is called “early-onset preeclampsia,” and is often more associated with morbidity and mortality.

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    Y Chromosome Assessment

    Y chromosome assessment is an option available to patients who are pregnant with one baby that will assess the presence or absence of the Y chromosome. The presence of a Y chromosome is predictive of a male baby, while the absence of the Y chromosome typically means the baby is female. The result of this added evaluation will further refine your risk analyses for Down syndrome, Trisomy 18, Trisomy 13 and early onset preeclampsia.

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    Other obstetric complications

    The  analysis of the biological markers in mom’s blood  may also offer insight for other maternal and fetal concerns such as low birth weight, fetal loss and stillbirth.

Maternal Fetal Screen | T1SM Detection Rates

Down Syndrome

Early onset preeclampsia

Y Chromosome Assessment

Prenatal Test Menu

NTD Eurofins is committed to providing you with best-in-class technology for all of your prenatal screening tests:

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