DiagRIGHT®Pre-Eclampsia Risk Assessment (MP1/2/3/X)Back

Pre-eclampsia is more common than Down syndrome’, studies have shown that 1 in 13 pregnant women is affected by Pre-eclampsia

 

https://youtu.be/33fwBhNMx0QWhat is Pre-eclampsia ?

Pre-eclampsia, also known as (Pregnancy toxemia), is a very serious pregnancy complication. It is an invisible killer for pregnant women in recent years. If a pregnant woman suffers from toxemia of pregnancy, the placenta will be affected result in having insufficient blood providing to the fetus which would cause serious impact to the health and possible fatality of both the mom and the baby.

 

Pose a serious threat to the lives of the pregnant mom and the fetus

  • More than 2,500,000 fetuses* are born prematurely each year due to Pre-eclampsia
  • 500,000 fetuses* die from Pre-eclampsia in the whole world every year and the heart problems triggered by this condition
  • 76,000 pregnant women* worldwide die every year from Pre-eclampsia and the hypertension triggered by this condition

*Kuklina EV, et al. Hypertensive disorders and severe obstetric morbidity in the United States. Obstet Gynecol 2009; 113:1299-306

 

Common symptoms of Pre-eclampsia:

Self Photos / Files - PE Symptoms_EN

  • Feeling sick and vomit
  • Swelling of hands and face
  • Headache
  • Hypertension
  • Spots in vision
  • Gain more than 5 pounds a week
  • Proteinuria
  • Stomachache
  • Diarrhea

 

  Click Here To Watch --> Severity of Pre-eclampsia

 

Click Here To Watch --> Neglected of Pre-eclampsia

 

The procedure of screening for Pre-eclampsia

Self Photos / Files - PE procedure_EN

  1. Screening for Early Pre-eclampsia Risk (MP1/ MP3)
  2. Risk Assessment by Doctor
  3. Closely Monitoring and Follow-Up by Doctor
 
 
 
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Pre-eclampsia is more common than Down syndrome’, studies have shown that 1 in 13 pregnant women is affected by Pre-eclampsia

 

https://youtu.be/33fwBhNMx0QWhat is Pre-eclampsia ?

Pre-eclampsia, also known as (Pregnancy toxemia), is a very serious pregnancy complication. It is an invisible killer for pregnant women in recent years. If a pregnant woman suffers from toxemia of pregnancy, the placenta will be affected result in having insufficient blood providing to the fetus which would cause serious impact to the health and possible fatality of both the mom and the baby.

 

Pose a serious threat to the lives of the pregnant mom and the fetus

  • More than 2,500,000 fetuses* are born prematurely each year due to Pre-eclampsia
  • 500,000 fetuses* die from Pre-eclampsia in the whole world every year and the heart problems triggered by this condition
  • 76,000 pregnant women* worldwide die every year from Pre-eclampsia and the hypertension triggered by this condition

*Kuklina EV, et al. Hypertensive disorders and severe obstetric morbidity in the United States. Obstet Gynecol 2009; 113:1299-306

 

Common symptoms of Pre-eclampsia:

Self Photos / Files - PE Symptoms_EN

  • Feeling sick and vomit
  • Swelling of hands and face
  • Headache
  • Hypertension
  • Spots in vision
  • Gain more than 5 pounds a week
  • Proteinuria
  • Stomachache
  • Diarrhea

 

  Click Here To Watch --> Severity of Pre-eclampsia

 

Click Here To Watch --> Neglected of Pre-eclampsia

 

The procedure of screening for Pre-eclampsia

Self Photos / Files - PE procedure_EN

  1. Screening for Early Pre-eclampsia Risk (MP1/ MP3)
  2. Risk Assessment by Doctor
  3. Closely Monitoring and Follow-Up by Doctor


Service Procedure Q&A

Service Procedure

PART 1 : Contact your obstetrician or medical center

PART 2 : Go to the clinic for testing services and tell the doctor to send the samples to Diagcor Laboratory

PART 3 : Get report

After one or two working days, the clinic will contact the client for a report.

If you need to interpret the report, please contact the clinic (blood drawing clinic).

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Q&A

QWhy choose this Pre-eclampsia screening?

This screening meets the international standards for early pre-eclampsia (refer to the latest guidelines of FIGO and FMF), and can accurately monitor the risk of having pregnancy toxemia.

QWhen is it appropriate to do this test?

It is especially recommended for pregnant women from the 11th to the 14th week of pregnancy to test. If you can be found as a high-risk pregnant woman before the 14th week, you can seize the golden time of treatment and reduce the premature birth rate by up to 80%.

QWhat does the report means as low or high risk?

If the result shows a low risk, it means that you are less likely to develop pregnancy toxemia during pregnancy. Conversely, if the result shows a high risk, which means that the chances of developing the disease during pregnancy are quite high. Doctors can start the treatment earlier and monitor pregnancy more closely to reduce the impact of the pregnancy and the fetus.

QIf you have had pregnancy toxemia during pregnancy, is there a high chance of having it again in the future?

Women who have suffered from pregnancy toxemia during pregnancy in the past are at higher risk for subsequent pregnancy. But because everyone's situation is different, early pre-eclampsia screening is recommended before 14 weeks.

QWill there be sequelae to pre-eclampsia?

Studies show that pregnant women with pregnancy toxemia are twice as likely to also have cardiovascular disease and hypertension than other mothers. Premature babies generally have poor resistance and immunity, which can lead to stunting.

QCan I do this test if above 14 weeks pregnant?

It is recommended that you check with your doctor first. At the same time, we can also provide a short-term prediction of Pre-eclampsia (MP2 or MPX) after 20 weeks of pregnancy. The report will be available within one working day.

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