Advanced screening for healthier pregnancies

When it comes to risk assessment and diagnosis of prenatal aneuploidy and pre-eclampsia, early detection is essential. Accurate results ensure informed choices and give women the confidence they need to plan and manage their pregnancies.

PerkinElmer supports laboratories and clinics with optimized screening solutions for all trimesters and a wide range of pregnancy complications. Through early assessment of pregnancy risks, we aim to improve the level of prenatal care globally.


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Expert update - prediction and prevention of pre-term pre-eclampsia

>10 million
prenatal risk assessments made on the basis of PerkinElmer tests annually

Empower your screening strategy

PerkinElmer’s prenatal screening assays are clinically validated and are ideal for all modern prenatal screening strategies. Using the right markers and PerkinElmer assays, combined with one of three scalable technology platforms and the industry-leading informatics of our LifeCycleTM risk calculation software, laboratories and clinics can achieve high detection rates with low false positive rates. Our screening solutions are also used in many international prenatal and maternal health studies, including ASPRE, a ground-breaking study into the role of aspirin in the prevention of pre-eclampsia.


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