Prenatal care

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About inspection To reduce the birth of defective babies, regular check-ups are indispensable

Data analysisData analysis

About 15 million babies are born in our country every year

There are about 300,000-400,000 with serious defects

About 800,000 to 1.2 million children with defects were born

4%-6% of all births

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Why do antenatal checkups?

Prenatal examination and prenatal diagnosis are effective measures to prevent birth deformities and achieve eugenics. For pregnant women, a birth check is essential.

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Inspection items and schedule To reduce the birth of defective babies, regular check-ups are indispensable

  • Early pregnancy check 6-8 weeks

  • Before 13 weeks of pregnancy

  • 16-20 weeks of pregnancy

  • 21-24 weeks of pregnancy

  • 24-28 weeks of pregnancy

  • 28-30 weeks of pregnancy

  • 30-32 weeks of pregnancy

  • 32-34 weeks of pregnancy

  • 34-36 weeks of pregnancy

  • 37 weeks of pregnancy

  • 38 weeks of pregnancy

  • 39 weeks of pregnancy

  • 40 weeks of pregnancy

  • Gestational week

    Laboratory tests and auxiliary examinations

    significance

    Early pregnancy check 6-8 weeks

    ●Progesterone ● Serum human chorionic gonadotropin ● Estradiol ● Obstetrical color Doppler ultrasound examination (early pregnancy)

    ●Diagnosing progesterone hormone level ●Diagnosing early pregnancy ●Diagnosing estrogen level ●Diagnosing early intrauterine pregnancy, whether there is an ectopic pregnancy

  • Gestational week

    Laboratory tests and auxiliary examinations

    significance

    Before 13 weeks of pregnancy

    ●Prenatal checkup ●Urine routine ●Blood group binomial (RH blood group identification) ●Blood routine ●Hepatitis C antibody ●Hepatitis B two pairs and a half ●HIV (AIDS screening) ●RPR (Treponema pallidum) ●Biochemical set (liver and kidney function) ●Fasting Blood glucose ●Three items of thyroid function ●Bacterial vaginosis test (BV) + leucorrhea routine ●Obstetrical color Doppler ultrasound examination of fetal NT (12-13 weeks) ●Serology early Down's screening ●Electrocardiogram ●Trace elements + Vitamin D ●Prenatal and postnatal care (ten items)

    ●General health status assessment (including blood pressure, weight, uterine fundus height, abdominal circumference, fetal heart rate) ●Understand urinary system ●Screening for RH negative blood ●Thalassaemia preliminary screening, check for anemia ●Screening for type C infection Virus ●Screening for infection with hepatitis B virus ●Screening for infection with AIDS ●Screening for infection with syphilis ●For evaluation of liver, kidney and blood lipid function during pregnancy ●Evaluation of blood glucose in early pregnancy ●Judgment of thyroid function during pregnancy, diagnosis of hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism and other diseases And treatment testing ●Check the PH value of the female reproductive system, bacterial infections ●Confirm intrauterine pregnancy and gestational weeks, whether the fetus is alive, the number of fetuses or the nature of the chorion of twins, the condition of the uterine appendages, ultrasound examination measures the thickness of the hyaline layer behind the fetal neck ( Nuchal Translucecy NT) ●Early screening of fetal chromosomes ●Preliminary assessment of maternal heart conditions during pregnancy ●For nutritional assessment of nutritional status of iron, calcium, zinc, magnesium, etc. ●Screening for fetal infections, congenital malformations, miscarriage, premature delivery, mental retardation Infectious agents

  • Gestational week

    Laboratory tests and auxiliary examinations

    significance

    16-20 weeks of pregnancy

    ●Prenatal checkup ●Serum screening for Down's syndrome ●Urine routine ●Fetal trisomy 21, 18, and 13 Chromosome gene check ●Obstetrical color Doppler ultrasound

    ●Evaluation of general health status (including blood pressure, weight, uterine fundus height, abdominal circumference, fetal heart) ●Mid-term screening of fetal chromosomes and neural tube malformations ●Understanding the urinary system ●Screening 21-trisomy, 18-trisomy Syndrome, trisomy 13, etc. ●Check the growth and development of the fetus, amniotic fluid volume, gestational weeks, etc.

  • Gestational week

    Laboratory tests and auxiliary examinations

    significance

    21-24 weeks of pregnancy

    ●Prenatal checkup ●Color Doppler ultrasound prenatal diagnosis of fetus (four-dimensional screening is not a discount item) ●Urine routine

    ●General health assessment (including blood pressure, weight, uterine fundus height, abdominal circumference, fetal heart rate) ●The most advanced ultrasound system to screen the fetus’s organ development ●Understand the urinary system

  • Gestational week

    Laboratory tests and auxiliary examinations

    significance

    24-28 weeks of pregnancy

    ●Prenatal checkup ●Blood routine ●Glucose tolerance test ●Obstetrical color Doppler ultrasound examination ●Glycated hemoglobin ●Urine routine

    ●Evaluation of general health status (including blood pressure, weight, fundus height, abdominal circumference, fetal heart) ●Check blood components to assess whether anemia ●Oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) assessment of glycosylated hemoglobin blood glucose level during pregnancy to assist in the diagnosis of gestational diabetes ●Check fetal growth and development, amniotic fluid volume, gestational weeks, etc. ●Understand the urinary system

  • Gestational week

    Laboratory tests and auxiliary examinations

    significance

    28-30 weeks of pregnancy

    ●Prenatal checkup ●Urine routine

    ●Assessment of general health status (including blood pressure, weight, uterine fundus height, abdominal circumference, fetal heart rate) ●Understand urinary system

  • Gestational week

    Laboratory tests and auxiliary examinations

    significance

    30-32 weeks of pregnancy

    ● Obstetric examination ● Urine routine ● Obstetric color Doppler ultrasound examination ● Blood routine

    ●General health assessment (including blood pressure, weight, uterine fundus height, abdominal circumference, fetal heart rate) ●Understand urinary system ●Check fetal production and development, amniotic fluid volume, fetal position, placental position ●Check blood components to assess whether anemia

  • Gestational week

    Laboratory tests and auxiliary examinations

    significance

    32-34 weeks of pregnancy

    ● Obstetric examination ● Fetal heart rate monitoring NST ● Urine routine

    ● Evaluation of general health status (including blood pressure, weight, height of uterine fundus, abdominal circumference, fetal heart rate) ● Assess the reaction of the fetus in the uterus ● Understand urinary system

  • Gestational week

    Laboratory tests and auxiliary examinations

    significance

    34-36 weeks of pregnancy

    ●Prenatal checkup ●Urine routine ●Twelve items of liver function ●Three items of kidney function ●Three items of thyroid ●Glucose ●Determination of serum total bile acid ●Estriol ●Different leucorrhea +BV ●B streptococcus culture ●Color Doppler Ultrasonography ●ECG ●Fetal heart rate monitoring ●Blood routine

    ●Evaluation of general health status (including blood pressure, weight, height of uterine fundus, abdominal circumference, fetal heart) ●Understand urinary system ●Understand evaluation of liver and kidney function during pregnancy, whether liver organ damage, etc. ●Judgment of thyroid function during pregnancy, Diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism ●Evaluation of blood glucose in early pregnancy ●Diagnosis and elimination of intrahepatic cholestasis ●Understand placental function ●Through vaginal PH value and vaginal microbiological examination to determine whether there is pathogenic bacteria infection ●Diagnose group B streptococcus Indicators involving bacterial infections in pregnant women and newborns ● (evaluate fetal size, amniotic fluid volume, placental maturity, fetal position, and umbilical artery blood flow index) ● screen maternal heart conditions during pregnancy ● evaluate fetal reactions in the uterus ● check blood components, evaluate Whether anemia

  • Gestational week

    Laboratory tests and auxiliary examinations

    significance

    37 weeks of pregnancy

    ●Prenatal checkup ●Fetal heart rate monitoring ●Urine routine

    ●Evaluation of general health status (including blood pressure, weight, height of uterine fundus, abdominal circumference, fetal heart rate) ●Evaluation of fetal intrauterine response

  • Gestational week

    Laboratory tests and auxiliary examinations

    significance

    38 weeks of pregnancy

    ●Prenatal checkup ●Fetal heart rate monitoring ●Urine routine

    ●Evaluation of general health status (including blood pressure, weight, height of uterine fundus, abdominal circumference, fetal heart rate) ●Evaluation of fetal intrauterine response

  • Gestational week

    Laboratory tests and auxiliary examinations

    significance

    39 weeks of pregnancy

    ●Prenatal examination ●Color Doppler ultrasound examination ●Fetal biophysical score ●Fetal heart rate monitoring ●Urine routine

    ●General health assessment (including blood pressure, weight, fundus height, abdominal circumference, fetal heart rate) ●(Assess fetal size, amniotic fluid volume, placental maturity, fetal position and umbilical artery blood flow index) ●Include reactive NST, respiratory exercise FBM, fetal movement FM, muscle tension FT and amniotic fluid dark area AFV ●Assess the fetal response in the uterus ●Understand the urinary system

  • Gestational week

    Laboratory tests and auxiliary examinations

    significance

    40 weeks of pregnancy

    ●Prenatal examination ●Color Doppler ultrasound examination ●Fetal biophysical score ●Fetal heart rate monitoring ●Urine routine

    ●General health assessment (including blood pressure, weight, fundus height, abdominal circumference, fetal heart rate) ●(Assess fetal size, amniotic fluid volume, placental maturity, fetal position and umbilical artery blood flow index) ●Include reactive NST, respiratory exercise FBM, fetal movement FM, muscle tension FT and amniotic fluid dark area AFV ●Assess the fetal response in the uterus ●Understand the urinary system

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The specialist reminds you wouldn't miss the checkup items during the pregnancy

  • NT examination 11-13 weeks + 6 days of pregnancy

    What is NT check?NT examination, also known as zona pellucida scan, is to measure the thickest part of the subcutaneous anechoic transparent layer of the fetus’ neck by B-ultrasound, and use the thickness to evaluate whether the fetus may have Down syndrome.


    What is the main screening of NT examination?

    Down syndrome Congenital heart disease Other structural deformities
  • Down's screening 15-20 weeks+6 days of pregnancy

    What is Tang-filter ?Down's screening is short for Down's syndrome prenatal screening. The purpose is to test the blood of pregnant women to detect the concentration of fetal alpha-fetal protein, chorionic gonadotropin and free estriol in the maternal serum, combined with the age, weight, gestational age and other aspects of the pregnant woman to determine the fetus suffering from congenital stupidity and nerves The risk factor of tube defects.


    Down's characteristics

    low IQ Facial deformities short and small Developmental disorders
  • DNA prenatal testing 12-26 weeks of pregnancy

    What is DNA prenatal testing?DNA prenatal testing technology only needs to take the venous blood of pregnant women, use next-generation DNA sequencing technology to sequence free DNA fragments (including free fetal DNA) in maternal peripheral plasma, and perform biological information analysis on the sequencing results, which can obtain fetal information. Genetic information to detect whether the fetus suffers from the three major chromosomal diseases.


    DNA prenatal testing and screening program

    21 Trisomy
    (Down syndrome)
    Trisomy 18
    (Edward's syndrome)
    Trisomy 13
    (Patau's syndrome)
  • System B ultrasound 22-26 weeks of pregnancy

    What is system B ultrasound?System B-ultrasound is one of the important items of the birth check. It uses high-resolution color Doppler blood flow imaging to systematically check the whole body of the fetus. It plays an important role in monitoring the baby’s health and can clearly understand the child. If there are serious diseases or other diseases, reasonable measures can be taken in time for the condition of the limbs, brain, spine, heart, abdomen (stomach, liver, kidney, bladder) and other important organs.


    Screening items

    Fetal head Fetal neck Fetal breast Fetal heart Fetal abdomen Fetal Spine Fetal limbs Fetal face placenta Umbilical cord Amniotic fluid volume
  • Four-dimensional color Doppler ultrasound pregnancy 26-33 weeks

    What is a four-dimensional color Doppler?Four-dimensional color Doppler ultrasound can surface imaging. If the fetus has congenital malformations such as cleft lip and palate, limb malformations, meningocele, spina bifida, abdominal wall cleft, etc., it can be detected more clearly, which is also helpful for doctors to make judgments.


    Four-dimensional color Doppler ultrasound screening project

    No brain Severe encephalocele Severe open spina bifida Severe chest and abdominal wall defects with visceral valgus Single chamber heart Lethal achondroplasia
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What should you do to have a natural birth?

Generally, the way of birth of pregnant mothers is evaluated by the doctor after the birth examination at about 37 weeks. If the evaluation is confirmed to be a Caesarean section, then the only way to have a natural birth is to wait for the next pregnancy.

Want to natural labor?
HarMoniCare natural birth nurseries plan starts from the early stage of the birth examination, and timely finds problems according to the birth examination. On the basis of the birth examination, six parts, including nutrition, exercise, psychology, anesthesia knowledge training and comprehensive assessment, are added to ensure the natural birth.

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