The University of Western Australia has developed an unpredictable procedure to determine the risk of premature pregnancy at 18 weeks.
A new method can eliminate the risk of premature birthThis is true even if it has no detectable symptoms. The transition is related to a previous development that has helped women who have been hospitalized with premature infantilization to test for premature risk. method has been developed, which identifies the gene expression in the blood that can lead to premature birth with high currency. Currently, this test is considered to be the most accurate on the market, eliminating the earliest signs of premature birth: It operates at 86 percent accuracyEarly childhood is the most common cause of death and disability in babies worldwide, and in Austria, about 8 percent of parents are unfortunate. This means that only here every year approx. 26,000 children come early to the world. (The rate is around 8-9 percent in our country too.) "One of the biggest problems with preterm birth is that it is virtually impossible to determine in the middle of pregnancy which fetus will be born before week 37. at week 18, we know what the prospects are and how to take the necessary precautions, "says lead researcher Craig Pennell Professor.