Pregnancy

Cord Blood Banking (BabyCord)

Your baby’s umbilical cord blood (aka Cord blood) is a rich source of stem cells. It’s collected at birth and used to treat nearly 80+ potentially life-threatening diseases. Thus, by banking them, you’ll be ensuring a healthy future for your baby.

PreNatal Screening - PrePare I

Early detection of abnormalities helps in ensuring safe pregnancy. PreNatal screening is usually conducted between 11 to 14 gestational weeks. It consists of blood tests and ultrasonography to estimate the risk of chromosomal conditions such as Down’s Syndrome.

Infectious Disease Testing (IDT)

Effective testing helps prevent infections during pregnancy. IDT helps in early detection and treatment of infectious diseases such as toxoplasmosis, rubella (German measles), herpes simplex, syphilis, etc. Often, a blood sample is sufficient to carry out this test.

Carrier Screening (GenePass-F)

Planning a baby or pregnant already? Then don’t miss the carrier screening. The GenePass-F carrier screening tests for most of the common genetic disorders using Next-Gen sequencing technology. What’s more? You get actionable results in just 21 days!

Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening

Some abnormalities require an advanced level of screening other than existing screening options. Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening (NIPS) is a genetic test that screens common genetic conditions. It has a high detection rate of 99% for Down’s Syndrome.

Carrier Screening (GenePass-M)

Wish to become a daddy but worried about genetic disorders? Then opt for GenePass (M) carrier screening to get all the answers. It screens highly prevalent as well as low-risk genetic conditions. Helps in considering pre-pregnancy options.

Cord Blood Banking (BabyCord)

Your baby’s stored umbilical cord blood isn’t just for your baby. It can be used by the entire family including parents, siblings, and paternal/maternal grandparents. Recent treatments have shown better results with baby’s stored cord blood than non-relative donors.

ExomeScope (AmnioScope)

CNVs (copy number variations) are an important disease mechanism that should be evaluated in all patients with a suspected inherited disorder. Exome-Scope is useful in the detection of CNVs by using Whole Exome Sequencing. You receive results within 10 business days.

PreNatal Screening - PrePare II

Missed first-trimester PreNatal screening? Then don’t you worry as PrePare II screening, performed between 15th to 20th week of gestation, still includes First-trimester screening procedures. Also recommended for pregnant women of age 35 or older; family history of birth defects, etc.

QFPCR

Some chromosomal anomalies require a rapid diagnosis. This is where QF-PCR comes into the picture. Its cutting-edge technique provides results in less than 24 hours and also complements the more elaborate Karyotyping.

MicroArray

Human genetic material is packed into small units called chromosomes. The slightest change in these chromosomes can result in birth defects. To prevent this, a high-resolution molecular genetic test, Chromosomal MicroArray, is done to screen various chromosomal DNA changes.

Karyotyping

Want to prepare to receive a child with special needs? Wish to make a decision about your current pregnancy? Karyotyping helps you decide by providing a diagnosis for structural and numerical chromosomal defects in a baby.

Cord Blood Banking (BabyCord)

Umbilical cord blood is popularly known as cord blood. The stem cells extracted from cord blood are efficiently used in the treatment of many blood-related conditions like Thalassemia. They are also used for treating 80+ life-threatening disease including some types of cancer.

GenomeScope

Genetic testing for newborns is extremely important for timely detection and treatment of childhood-onset disorders. Genomescope is a breakthrough DNA-based test for newborns. It uses Next-Gen Sequencing technology to simultaneously analyse 4000+ genes related to both rare and common inherited disorders.

Newborn Screening (BabyShield)

Nearly 50 hidden genetic and metabolic conditions in a newborn can go unnoticed if not screened on time. The RightStart Newborn Screening combines biochemical testing of 100+ metabolic and genetic conditions. Results are confirmed within just 96 hours of sample receipt.

Fetal Autopsy

Losing your baby can be hard. A fetal autopsy can help give an insight into the reason behind the fetal demise, whether a disease or a birth defect. It also helps parents understand and prevent risks for a future pregnancy.

Placental Histopathology

Pregnancy loss at any stage can be devastating for parents. Placental histopathology (Placenta-Scope) helps detect fetal, maternal or placental issues that could have resulted in this unfortunate event. Thus, helping parents take the right precautions to prevent its recurrence.

MicroArray

Human genetic material is packed into small units called chromosomes. The slightest change in these chromosomes can result in birth defects. To prevent this, a high-resolution molecular genetic test, Chromosomal MicroArray, is done to screen various chromosomal DNA changes.

QF-PCR

Most miscarriages are caused by sporadic chromosomal abnormalities. Thus, some high-risk chromosomal anomalies require rapid diagnosis. The QF-PCR, with its cutting-edge technique,

Exome Sequencing

It’s natural for patients to have unclear presentations or conditions suggesting a genetic disorder. The Exome Sequencing test helps detect such CNVs (copy number variations). CNVs are an important disease mechanism that should be evaluated where an inherited disorder is suspected.

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