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Tests in this bundle help assess the general health of a pregnant woman in order to determine if the pregnancy is functioning properly. Specific tests will indicate the state of organs such as kidneys or the liver and hormone levels. Tests for anaemia, diabetes or urinary tract infections are important for determining proper development of the pregnancy. Eliminating the possibility of toxoplasmosis, rubella, HIV, HBV and HCV are crucially important for mother's and child's health

  • MorphologyTest which helps assess the general health state of the patient based on the number and appearance of different type of cells – i.e. red, white and plates. One of the first symptoms of many diseases are changes in blood morphology – this is why this test can be a big step towards diagnosing anaemia, viral infections, bacterial infections, immunological inefficiencies, coagulation disorders and others.
  • General urine testIs a test helpful in recognising kidney diseases and genitourinary system infections. Infections of genitourinary system are one of the main causes of childbirth complications.
  • Ireon (Fe)Incorrect, low level of iron can result from insufficient iron supply or trouble with iron assimilation. Insufficient iron levels consequences might include anaemia linked to a pregnancy pathology.
  • glucoseIs an elementary test in recognising disorders of the hydrocarbon economy, among which the most common is diabetes. Diagnosed and treated early is crucial for health of mother and her child.
  • Double test (PAPP-A; ß-HCG free unit) - risk assessment of fetal malformation in the first trimester of pregnancy (biochemical parameters performed on a certified DELPHIA XPRESS analyzer)This test is conducted to confirm pregnancy and to monitor its course.
  • Folic acidLow level of folic acid in pregnant women may result in developmental problems of the fetus.
  • ProgesteroneHormone responsible for proper fetal development and sustaining the pregnancy.
  • antibodies anticardiolipin IgG I IgMTest used to detect antibodies which presence may be a cause of miscarriages.
  • Rubella IgGNegative results rules out rubella infection during pregnancy.
  • anti HCVTest's aim is to rule out contact with HCV virus (type C liver inflammation).
  • HBsAg (HBs antigen)In the case of a positive result and confirmation of Type B liver infection of the mother, the infant will receive additional vaccination.
  • HIVHIV test mandatory before childbirth.
  • Toxoplasmosis gondii (toxoplasmosis) IgG and Toxoplasmosis gondii (toxoplasmosis) IgM - quantitative assessmentTest that enables determining immunity to parasitical infection of Toxoplasma gondii during pregnancy. This parasite can cause complications during the pregnancy.
  • CMV (cytomegalia) IgG and CMV (cytomegalia) IgMNegative result rules out cytomegalic virus infection that may cause fetal defects.
  • Blood type (AB0, RH, PTA)This test is mandatory before giving birth
  • Pregnancy test (Beta(β)HCG)