EVITA TEST COMPLETE is the only NIPT test that I recommend to my patients. It is the best risk-free test that also detects minor chromosomal aberrations.

Mette – Doctor

Evita Test Complete

EVITA TEST COMPLETE is the only NIPT test on the market that is cell-based, identifies the sex chromosomes, and examines the 22 chromosome pairs. A blood sample from the expectant mother is analysed using a specially developed technology and the result is reviewed by a clinical geneticist. A final result is ready for the parents within ten working days.

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EVITA TEST COMPLETE is the only NIPT test that I recommend to my patients. It is the best risk-free test that also detects minor chromosomal aberrations.

Mette – Doctor (model photo)

EVITA TESTEN

EVITA TEST COMPLETE is the only NIPT test on the market that is cell-based, identifies the sex chromosomes, and examines the 22 chromosome pairs. A blood sample from the expectant mother is analysed using a specially developed technology and the result is reviewed by a clinical geneticist. A final result is ready for the parents within ten working days.

What is analysed in the EVITA TEST COMPLETE?

The EVITA TEST COMPLETE detects changes in chromosome numbers (gains and losses). It examines all chromosomes and reveals both structural and numerical aberrations. EVITA TEST COMPLETE detects microdeletions and microduplications down to a size of 5 megabases. The test examines the chromosomes using comparative genomic hybridization (aCGH).

With an EVITA TEST COMPLETE it can therefore be determined with a very high degree of certainty whether the fetus is at risk of:

  • Down syndrome
  • Edwards syndrome
  • Pataus syndrome
  • Turners syndrome
  • Klinefelters syndrome
  • XYY syndrome
  • Prader Willi Syndrome
  • Angelman syndrome

The test can also accurately identify the sex of the fetus from as early as week 12.

What is unique about EVITA TEST COMPLETE?

EVITA TEST COMPLETE is the only NIPT test on the market that is cell-based and which examines the fetus’ genetics for changes larger than 5 mio. base pairs.

How is an EVITA TEST COMPLETE performed?

The EVITA TEST COMPLETE is a quick and easy process for a clinic to carry out. 

Test kit delivered

The test kit is delivered to the clinic. The kit will contain everything you need to take the blood sample, as well as the consent form and shipment information.

The blood test

The clinic takes the blood sample from the expectant mother. 30ml of blood is required.

Blood sample sent for analysis

The blood sample is sent to ARCEDI where the sample will be prepared. (DNA will be isolated from the fetal cells).

Genetic analysis

The Department of Clinical Genetics at Aarhus University Hospital will conduct a genetic analysis. The results will be provided to the clinic in the form of a short report.

Results: No aberrations detected

A normal test result is provided by The Department of Clinical Genetics to the referring clinic. The clinic then informs the expectant parents by phone that no chromosome aberrations have been detected and a brief report is sent via email.

Results: Aberrations detected

In the case of any suspected chromosome aberrations, the expectant parents will be informed by the clinic. The parents will be invited to a consultation with a medical specialist at The Department of Clinical Genetics. 

Test kit delivered

The test kit is delivered to the clinic. The kit will contain everything you need to take the blood sample, as well as the consent form and shipment information.

The blood test

The clinic takes the blood sample from the expectant mother. 30ml of blood is required.

Blood sample sent for analysis

The blood sample is sent to ARCEDI where the sample will be prepared. (DNA will be isolated from the fetal cells).

Genetic analysis

The Department of Clinical Genetics at Aarhus University Hospital will conduct a genetic analysis. The results will be provided to the clinic in the form of a short report.

Results: No aberrations detected

A normal test result is provided by The Department of Clinical Genetics to the referring clinic. The clinic then informs the expectant parents by phone that no chromosome aberrations have been detected and a brief report is sent via email.

Results: Aberrations detected

In the case of any suspected chromosome aberrations, the expectant parents will be informed by the clinic. The parents will be invited to a consultation with a medical specialist at The Department of Clinical Genetics.

When should the test be carried out?

The EVITA TEST COMPLETE should be carried out during the 10th-14th week of pregnancy.

Our experience with EVITA TEST COMPLETE

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“I recommend the EVITA TEST COMPLETE to all expectant parents who are perhaps concerned about the health and well-being of their fetus. The test is completely risk-free and provides an overview of all of the child’s chromosomes. It’s the only test on the market that provides that level of detail and peace of mind.”

Susan, midwife

“We have previously experienced two miscarriages. Because of that, we were never in doubt that we wanted an EVITA TEST COMPLETE. There is no risk involved with this specific test, and we needed insurance that everything was alright with our baby. The test provided us exactly the security we were longing for. We could continue the pregnancy feeling content that our little boy is healthy.

Sally and Peter, new parents

“The EVITA test is all about peace of mind and feeling content that the child we are expecting is healthy. We have several friends who have experienced complicated pregnancies. These complications resulted in a feeling of insecurity in between the hospital visits. With the EVITA test, we receive the results of the nuchal translucency scan already in week 12. By having the results, we could feel calmer and can be well prepared for the pregnancy.”

Michael og Katrine, young parents

Our experience with EVITA TEST COMPLETE

EVITA TEST GENDER

If the expectant parents only want to know the sex of the fetus, we recommend EVITA TEST GENDER. This test simply requires the clinic to take a blood sample from the expectant mother and the results will be ready in just two working days. EVITA TEST GENDER can be performed from week 10 of pregnancy and the results are available from week 12.

However, in our experience, the majority of parents-to-be prefers to have the peace of mind that comes with the full chromosome review that EVITA TEST COMPLETE provides.

Are you our next partner clinic?

If you are interested in becoming a partner clinic for EVITA TEST, please contact ARCEDI by email at: ps@arcedi.com or by phone on: +45 29 64 15 45 and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have.