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NOWDiagnostics nabbed an FDA OK for its one-step pregnancy blood test, a win for the company as it builds out its offerings and vies for a share of a rapidly expanding pregnancy testing market. The Springdale, AR-based company's AdexusDx hCG test scans for a common pregnancy hormone in a single drop of blood, determining whether or not a woman is pregnant well before urine-based tests. Depending on the woman and her pregnancy, the test can detect pregnancy two to 8 days before urine-based products, delivering results in about 10 minutes, the company said in a statement. NOWDiagnostics is aiming to simplify the testing process for early pregnancy with its product. Diagnostic kits can be processed in less than 15 minutes by on-site lab technicians, staff technicians and nurses, the company said in a statement, potentially saving providers time, money and resources. "It's too important for the safety of the mother and fetus not to have accurate pregnancy results in our emergency rooms and clinics," CEO Kevin Clark said in a statement. "Our hCG test can save lives and reduce liability for healthcare providers. But its pregnancy test in not the only product NOWDiagnostics has in its arsenal. The company also offers two heart attack tests and three toxicology tests in Europe. And more products are moving down the pipeline, including tests for sexually transmitted diseases, food intolerances and common infectious diseases. Meanwhile, other companies such as Abbott ( $ABT ) are looking to make their mark on early pregnancy testing. In April, the med tech giant got an FDA greenlight for its early pregnancy blood test, which scans for hCG in whole blood or plasma and delivers results on a portable handheld analyzer. But unlike NOWDiagnostics' test, which uses one drop of blood, Abbott's test uses two to three drops to screen for hCG in 10 minutes. - read NOWDiagnostics' statement. Related Articles:. JAMA: Noninvasive prenatal tests can pinpoint cancer in mothers. Abbott grabs FDA OK for early pregnancy blood test. Study: OvaScience fertility treatment improves pregnancy rates, but Wall Street remains skeptical. Sera Prognostics taps industry niche with preterm birth risk test. Source: www.fiercemedicaldevices.com
August 13, 2015 ( LiveActionNews ) -- When the fifth Planned Parenthood video was released, America got a startling peek inside the Houston Planned Parenthood “mega-center. But for a young woman named Addison, it was a second look. The building, which resembles a cash register, has a whole floor devoted to surgical abortions, which we now see also houses a fetal parts procurement center. But since Planned Parenthood tries to present itself as a women’s health center, that’s how Addison ended up there – a decision she says she still regrets today – even though she stood up to them when they repeatedly suggested she abort her baby. At the age of 17, just four years ago , Addison was a freshman at the University of Houston, which is near this Planned Parenthood. Her pregnancy that October was a shock, and she was further surprised when she found out Planned Parenthood wouldn’t help her – because she wanted to keep her baby. Addison’s parents, five hours away and uninformed about the true nature of Planned Parenthood, innocently suggested she go there for an official pregnancy test and prenatal help. She was uninsured, due to her dad’s changing employment, and her parents had always heard the rhetoric that Planned Parenthood was there to help uninsured women and provide them with a full range of their health care needs. Abortion was never an option they considered. Addison and her fiancé headed to the Houston Planned Parenthood for a blood test. There were no freebies for uninsured Addison here. her fiancé had to pay $70 for the test. “They told me the charge first thing,” she says. But that wasn’t the part that drove her off. They sat in the waiting room for two hours, and when they called her, they wouldn’t allow her fiancé go back with her for the test, despite the fact that she was uncomfortable and hated needles. So while he sat waiting, Addison was taken to a back room, then to an exam room where she waited another hour before a Planned Parenthood employee came in. That employee proceeded to ask her questions about how many sexual partners she had, about... Then she asked Addison the magic question: “Do you want to have an abortion if you’re pregnant. ” When Addison told her no, the woman replied, “Well, you are only seventeen. You really need to make sure you’re ready for parenting and consider abortion. ” Addison was only. Source: www.lifesitenews.com
The new pregnancy test kit reportedly uses an algorithm that can analyze the amount of proteins present in a woman's urine. Based on the data, it can then diagnose the "chances of successful birth, miscarriage, or pre-eclampsia, as well as whether a woman is pregnant with twins," New Scientist reported. The MAP Diagnostics kit is derived from IVF treatment, which includes technologies that can screen embryos and identify abnormal chromosome numbers as well as genetic mutations – factors that lead to miscarriages. IVF treatment, however, is invasive whereas the new pregnancy test kit is not, making it more appealing and convenient. The device is also able to analyze proteins released by embryos through the mother's urine. MAP Diagnostics is still fine-tuning the algorithm with the company analyzing "around 10,000 samples to improve detection of chromosomal abnormalities that cause Down's syndrome, for example, before developing a home-testing kit," according to the... There is an imperative for development because accuracy is critical for the product that would be eventually released in the market, according to Zev Williams from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University in New York. Indeed, a test that reveal possible miscarriage could cause stress and even a decision to abort. Therefore, if the test is not accurate it can cause irreparable damage to pregnant women and families. This, however, does not diminish the new technology's impact on the way early pregnancy is detected. The 4onthefloor's Gabriel Douglas On The Musical Journey Of A Lifetime [HNGN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] Gabriel Douglas and his rising band, The 4onthefloor, have developed and cultivated a heavy, honest blues sound through years of following along a... Source: www.hngn.com
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