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LifeCycle™ 6.0 Prenatal Screening software– Simple Flexible Reliable

LifeCycle 6.0 software is the complete data management solution for prenatal screening laboratories. With a sleek, simple but flexible user interface, performance monitoring dashboard and built on a browser-based platform to allow access from any current web browser, LifeCycle software continues to provide the reliability and support laboratories have trusted for over 15 years.

LifeCycle 6.0 software is a screening management solution that provides more than just risk calculation. Workflow is handled from data entry, result import, risk calculation through to reporting. There is an emphasis on quality by featuring a performance dashboard for monitoring of marker performance and performance of the screening program. The whole application is underpinned by the flexible trusted PerkinElmer Risk Calculation Engine that is designed to ensure optimal screening performance for your laboratory.

LifeCycle 6.0 software however does not need to work in isolation and we provide connectivity to Ultrasound applications and Laboratory Information Management Systems for full integration into your laboratory.


Simple. Robust. Adaptable

Simple user interface Improved user experience with a totally redesigned user interface
Flexible Risk Calculation Engine Designed to handle multiple complex algorithms and the future needs of screening programs
Remote access for external users Secure access via public internet for users such as midwives and clinicians
User configurable functionality built-in Emphasis on user configurability, including customizable data entry screens, reports and workflows
Connectivity to 3rd party applications LifeCycle 6.0 can be interfaced to LIMS systems & Ultrasound applications
Performance Monitoring Dashboard See Median MoM performance, overall screening performance, population statistics, workflow status, and CUSUM plots at a glance
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