Patient Cases: Individualized Care

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The following patient cases, picture, medical history, and sample reports do not represent actual patients. The sample patient cases are for the sole purpose of demonstration.

Patient: 28-year-old Caucasian G2 P1001

  • Negative Medical history
  • Term Vaginal Delivery at 39 weeks in 2009
  • History of Cone Biopsy in 2011
  • BMI is 26.5

Test Result: PreTRM® Test shows a 46% (6.3X the average population) risk of preterm delivery prior to 37 weeks       View Sample Report

Potential Treatment Plan:
  • Care Management
  • Ultrasound Cervical Length (CL) monitoring
  • Possible Progesterone as indicated by CL
  • Extensive education re: Prematurity symptoms

Patient: 36-year-old Caucasian G3 P0020

  • Conceived by IVF
  • Prior SAB x2 at 8 & 10 weeks
  • Prior Laparoscopy / hysteroscopy
  • BMI is 24

Test Result: PreTRM® Test shows a ≤7.3% risk of preterm delivery prior to 37 weeks           View Sample Report

Potential Treatment Plan:
  • Single Ultrasound CL according to institutional protocol
  • Routine clinical follow-up
  • Routine education re: Prematurity symptoms

Patient: 28-year-old Caucasian G1 P0

  • Negative Medical/surgical history
  • BMI is 20.2

Test Result: PreTRM® Test shows a 22% (3X the average risk) risk of preterm delivery prior to 37 weeks      View Sample Report

Potential Treatment Plan:
  • Care Management
  • Ultrasound Cervical Length (CL) monitoring
  • Possible Vaginal Progesterone as indicated by CL
  • Extensive education re: Prematurity symptoms
  • Maintain a healthy weight

Patient: 38-year-old African American G4 P1202

  • 2008 Spontaneous PTD at 29 weeks
  • 2010 Term PTD at 38 weeks
  • 2012 Spontaneous PTD at 32 weeks
  • No Other PMH/PSH
  • BMI is 22

Patient deemed high risk solely by history of prior PTB x2

Potential Treatment Plan:
  • Administer weekly IM 17-OHPC
  • Ultrasound Cervical Length (CL) monitoring
  • Possible Cerclage as indicated by CL
  • Extensive education re: Prematurity symptoms