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Clinical Laboratory Testing During Pregnancy

Healthcare News | 2013-07-17

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Educational Webinar: Clinical Laboratory Testing During Pregnancy

Date:  Thursday, August 15, 2013

Time:   10:00 a.m. EDT, 4:00 p.m. CEST

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Speaker:

Alison Woodworth, PhD, DABCC, FACB

Assistant Professor of Pathology

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Laboratory testing during pregnancy is a key component of fetal/mother health and well-being. Attend this educational webinar to learn more about the laboratory changes associated with testing during normal pregnancy, in addition to commonly performed tests to identify fetal abnormalities.

Learning Objectives:

Describe the physiological and laboratory result changes associated with normal pregnancy

Explain the structure, function, and isoforms of hCG

Discuss the relationship between maternal hCG concentrations and fetal well-being

Describe tests and their utility for predicting preterm birth and preeclampsia

Identify the origins of amniotic fluid and assess laboratory tests commonly performed on this fluid

Evaluate basic relationships among maternal serum biomarkers that are used to assess a fetus’ risk for an Open Neural Tube Defect (ONTD) and Fetal Aneuploidy

Siemens continues to provide educational opportunities on key topics important to laboratory science and clinical implementation.  We invite you to participate in other Siemens webinars and to check back often.  As your trusted partner, Siemens is committed to helping you stay on the forefront of laboratory medicine.

Webinars remain available online for 12 months after the live webinar date. Log on and learn!

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