Fetal Blood Sampling

A prenatal test that screens blood from the umbilical cord for abnormalities while the fetus is in the uterus. The test is generally done between week 18 and 36 of a pregnancy. This test gathers fetal blood by guiding a needle into the umbilical vein. It is primarily used in addition to an ultrasound and amniocentesis if your health care provider ....
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Fetal blood sampling

A genetic test that screens blood from a fetus umbilical cord
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Fetal blood sampling

(FBS) This is a test that is sometimes needed on the baby during labour. If the baby's heart rate tracing shows a heart rate pattern that is worrying, the doctor may want to check that the baby is coping well with the labour to make sure it is safe to let the labour continue. It involves taking a tiny amount of blood from the baby's scalp ...
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