Non Invasive Prenatal Test

Vision is a highly sensitive prenatal test that can be carried out as early as 10 weeks into a pregnancy, using just one simple blood draw

This Non Invasive Prenatal Test (NIPT) measures the baby’s DNA that circulates in a woman’s blood during pregnancy.

This test measures the number of chromosome copies in the woman and baby’s blood which can give an indication of the presence of the following conditions.

Down's syndrome

trisomy 21

Edwards' syndrome

trisomy 18

Patau's syndrome

trisomy 13

  • The most accurate test on the market at 99.8% specific
  • Lowest failure rate
  • 99% accurate gender identification from as early as 10 weeks gestation
  • London laboratory
  • Only one blood tube required
  • Early detection
  • Detailed results report

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The Vision prenatal test is 99.8% specific, making it the most accurate test on the market

Sex chromosome testing

This test can also look to identify sex chromosome conditions including:

Gender identification

Vision_brochure_gender_identificationAnother key benefit to Vision is related to the accuracy of gender identification. From as early as 10 weeks into pregnancy, this test can detect whether the baby is likely to be a boy or a girl. This test has an accuracy rate of 99%. This information is not normally disclosed on the NHS until the 20 week ultrasound scan and is often not guaranteed to be an accurate result, so surprises are still possible.

This information will need to be requested on the patient consent form prior to the blood draw, as not all parents wish to receive this information in advance of the due date.

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