Similar Questions with Answers
Question: Want to know about quadruple test and its results
Answer: The quad marker or quadruple screening test is a blood test. Typically performed between 15 to 20 weeks. The quad marker test provides information about whether there is an increased risk for certain birth defects in the baby.
Question: can any body tell me about the normal range for double marker test result ?
Answer: Normal values for Double Marker
The normal result for Double Marker for Free Beta hCG is 25700-288000 mIU/ml for Female gender and for All age groups. PAPP-A (pregnancy assosciated plasma protein A) is 1 MoM (multiple of median) for Female gender and for All age groups.
Question: Doctor has suggy me quadruple test , what is it about ?
Answer: Hello dear. A quadruple test is done for the screening for are Down syndrome and trisomy 18, which are chromosomal abnormalities, as well as neural tube defects. This is done in the second trimester, usually between 15 and 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Question: Hi Dr ..can u explain me about quadruple marker test ? Y it is taken? What is the normal value?
Answer: hi dear ! so normally quadruple test is a multiple marker blood test taken at 16-18 weeks of pregnancy and its is done to determine any genetic disease or birth defects that an possible take place in the baby. in this maternal blood is taken and checked for 4 markers : alpha feto protein , beta hcg , estriol ,inhibin a
these markers will help detect any genetic problems according to their increase and decrease. the values may vary with different lab.