1. When appointed?
3. How to prepare?
Platsentotsentez - is invasive prenatal diagnosis, which is to obtain a sample of placental tissue by puncturing the anterior abdominal wall of a special thin needle puncture.Platsentotsentez help diagnose Down syndrome, Edwards, Patau and other chromosomal diseases accompanied by mental retardation or gross deformities.
Platsentotsentez performed under local or general anesthesia, with short-term hospitalization or outpatient.needle puncture is performed under mandatory supervision by ultrasound.Then, without touching the fruit, it is material for the study of the fence.After the manipulation is pregnant under the supervision of specialists in the two to three days.In order to prevent possible complications to the patient may be given special medicines.Optimal timing for the implementation of platsentotsenteza - 12-18 weeks.Diagnostic results will be ready in about 2-3 days.
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Indications for platsentotsenteza:
contraindications to platsentotsenteza is the threat of abortion, the feverish condition of the woman, inflammatory diseases abdominal skin, pronounced adhesions in the pelvic organs, fibroids larger sizes on the front wall of the uterus, exacerbation of chronic diseases pregnant.Relative contraindication is the presence of a pregnant woman with HIV infection, as in this case increases the risk of transmitting it to the fetus.
eve diagnostic woman should undergo laboratory examination (smears, blood tests, and so on.).Also before the procedure is carried out ultrasound to determine the placental localization, specification of the duration of pregnancy, uterine tone state fetus viability.Immediately prior to manipulation produce processing the surgical field.
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