Quadruple marker test

Quadruple marker test is a second trimester screening test for pregnant women in their second trimester of pregnancy to screen for risk of fetal abnormalities. This test can determine a baby's risk for down syndrome and NTD(neural tube defects) by evaluating maternal health and crucial serum markers such as Free beta HCG(Human chorionic gonadotropin), estriol, inhibin A and AFP(Alpha fetoprotein).

This test can be done between GA (gestational age) 15-19 weeks as recommended by your gynecologist/obstetrician.


Sample type TAT Who is this test for
Serum 48 Hrs Pregnant women

Parameters

Free beta HCG
unconjugated estriol (UE3)
AFP(Alpha fetoprotein)
Inhibin A


FAQ

When is this test recommended?

My screening report is positive. Should I be worried?

Do I need to consult a doctor before this test?

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