We use state-of-the-art E8 GE Voluson-HDLive Equipment.HDLive is an extraordinary rendering method which generates amazingly clear images of your unborn baby.We believe that whenever you have a scan the health and well-being of your baby should always be checked therefore, you will be provided with a report at the end of the scan which will display the various measurements taken and any related charts.Upon completion of your scan (available for scan over 14 weeks gestation) we will ask if you wish to have a free peek in 3D/4D where we will spend a few minutes obtaining some 3D/4D HD images of your baby.
You might be offered more scans if you have any health problems that might affect your pregnancy such as diabetes.
“I thought ‘what if I found out everything was fine, then two weeks later had a miscarriage’.”Following a worrying five-day wait for the results, which are analysed in the UK, Karen was relieved to be told it was highly unlikely the baby was affected.“I could just go ahead and enjoy my pregnancy,” she said.
She and her family are now looking forward to the arrival of their baby girl, due in August.“I would absolutely recommend the IONA test to other pregnant women,” she said “Any woman would do anything to avoid risk to their baby.”Case Study As an Olympic snowboarder, Zoe Gillings-Brier is already planning for her return to the slopes after having her first baby this summer.
Her first scan went smoothly but the results of the screening test showed she had a 1 in 27 chance of the baby having a genetic condition.
Karen, from Pontefract, was given various choices and after weighing up the options, decided on the IONA test because it was risk-free.“My worst fear was that I would lose the baby,” she said.