Last updated on February 2018

Multiple Gestation Study


Brief description of study

The objectives of the clinical study are to demonstrate the accuracy of our new NATUS diagnostic method to determine the genetic health of the developing fetuses in a multiple gestation pregnancy from a maternal blood sample. The long term goal of this study will be the development of a method of minimally invasive prenatal diagnosis that has a higher sensitivity and lower false positive rate in the intended population (e.g. multiple gestation pregnancies) than any currently available screening tests. This will result in fewer unnecessary amniocenteses and CVS procedures, which are associated with a risk of miscarriage.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT02278536

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Zach Demko, PhD

Natera, Inc.
San Carlos, CA United States
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Perla Gomez

San Diego Perinatal Center
San Diego, CA United States
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Melissa Schirmer

Carnegie Hill Imaging for Women
New York, NY United States
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Melissa Schirmer

Lyndhurst Clinical Research
Winston-Salem, NC United States
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Melissa Schirmer

Office of Dr. Robert Carpenter
Houston, TX United States
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Robert Kirshon, MD

Houston Perinatal Associates
Houston, TX United States
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Prathima Radhakrishan, FRCOG

Bangalore Fetal Medicine Centre
Bangalore, India
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Patrick Chia, MD

Fetal Medicine & Gynaecology Centre
Selangor, Malaysia
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Recruitment Status: Open


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