pregnancy test


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pregnancy test

[′preg·nən·sē ‚test]
(pathology)
Any biologic or chemical procedure used to diagnose pregnancy.
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We're pleased to continue advancing the at-home pregnancy test category with this game-changing offering," said Stacey Feldman, Vice President of Marketing, Church & Dwight.
Costs were calculated using the charges incurred for a qualitative hCG pregnancy test with the cost of a single test being $1.
Three-fourths of these women had not had a decline in hCG levels on the pregnancy test, had had at least one "yes" response on the symptom checklist or both; the others had screened negative on both tests but were asked to return because of persistent bleeding, anxiety, pregnancy symptoms not covered by the checklist or other reasons.
As noted above, the first over-the-counter pregnancy test for home use in the US, e.
These are all false allegations; there is no such thing as forced pregnancy tests," he said.
First Response Early Pregnancy Test is available in single and double test kits, retailing at pounds 8.
Most physician offices use the urine pregnancy test since it is a waived test and is reasonably accurate.
First, the psychosocial risks of a positive HIV test can at times be similar to a positive pregnancy test in teenagers.
Of 301 surveys distributed, 249 (83%) were completed with consents that allowed us to record pregnancy test results.
Sehwani and associates found that dollar pregnancy tests were 100% accurate at 25 mIU/mL of HCG and above, identical to the QuickVue pregnancy test.
Fox asked the circulating nurse, Nurse Lloyd, for the pregnancy test results and she reported that they were negative.