NACE Non-invasive Prenatal Test
Detects abnormalities, such as Down’s Syndrome with a simple maternal blood test.
What does NACE detect?
NACE® detects abnormalities in chromosomes 21, 18, 13 and the most common anomalies in the sex chromosomes (X and Y).
T21: Down Syndrome; T18: Edwards Syndrome; T13: Patau Syndrome; 45, X: Turner Syndrome
Who should use NACE?
NACE is available to all pregnant women from week 10 of pregnancy.
This test is recommended if:
- You want to enjoy a peaceful and healthy pregnancy
- You are at high risk of chromosomal alterations after your first trimester screening
- You have a previous history of births with chromosomal abnormalities
Why use NACE?
- Non-invasive and risk-free: Analyses the most frequent chromosomal alterations with a simple blood test. Completely safe for you and your baby
- Helps to avoid unnecessary amniocentesis
- Option to report fetal sex from week 10
- Pre- and post-test personalised genetic counselling is available