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Obstetric Ultrasound + Fetal Medicine Annual report. History. 1979 First screening for abnormality 1984 Serum screening for Downs Fetal Anomaly Scan (FAS) - screening for structural anomalies by ultrasound Popular - ‘Shoe-horned’ into screening. The purpose of the audit.

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Obstetric ultrasound fetal medicine annual report

Obstetric Ultrasound+Fetal MedicineAnnual report


History

History

  • 1979

    • First screening for abnormality

  • 1984

    • Serum screening for Downs

  • Fetal Anomaly Scan (FAS) - screening for structural anomalies by ultrasound

  • Popular - ‘Shoe-horned’ into screening


The purpose of the audit

The purpose of the audit

Pregnancy and Newborn screening CEL 31 - 2010

  • Structural anomalies – Fetal Anomaly Scan(FAS)

  • Downs - Age/ Serum/ Nuchal translucency

  • Haemoglobinopathy

  • Newborn hearing


Obstetric ultrasound fetal medicine annual report

  • Key Performance indicators 2013

    • targets set for all except FAS!


Fetal anomalies 2009 12

Fetal Anomalies 2009 - 12


Longer term trends

Longer term trends


Obstetric ultrasound fetal medicine annual report

Prenatally Diagnosed ‘Serious’ cases


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