Double Marker test
Double marker test also called first trimester screening is a test for pregnant women in their first trimester of pregnancy to screen for risk of fetal abnormalities. This test can determine a baby's risk for down's syndrome by evaluating maternal health and crucial markers such as Free beta HCG(Human chorionic gonadotropin) and PAPP-A (Pregnancy associated plasma protein-A).
This test can be done between 10 to 14 weeks of pregnancy(gestational age) as recommended by your gynecologist/obstetrician.
|Sample type||TAT||Who is this test for|
|Serum||48 Hrs||Pregnant women|