Innermost Secrets Hold Educational SymposiumCardiff, United Kingdom (12 November 2010) - Innermost Secrets, a leading fertility clinic, provide an educational symposium for patients and medical professionals.
Cardiff-based private fertility clinic, Innermost Secrets, was the first in the UK to launch a service for pregnant women at risk of premature birth and late miscarriage earlier in 2010. In 2011 they will be raising awareness of being ‘Born Too Soon’ with an educational symposium for patients and professionals.
Based on a simple vaginal swab, the Fetal Fibronectin test predicts with 99.8 percent accuracy that the mother will not deliver her baby in the next 2 weeks. Since the launch of this test with Innermost Secrets, this service has given many women more confidence during their pregnancies and given others the chance to try again, knowing that something can be done to help them carry their baby to term.
Dr Bryan Beattie, Consultant in Fetal Medicine and Director of Innermost Secrets, said: "I was delighted when we were able to start offering this service and the impact has been great for women who have had a previous pregnancy complicated by premature delivery or a late miscarriage. That experience is devastating for expectant parents, many of whom think that once you are past the first 12 weeks then the danger is over only to have found that pregnancy is highly unpredictable. But now, at long last, we have a highly reliable test which can identify women who may go into labour too soon. Through the ‘Born Too Soon’ event we are hoping that many more people will learn that this service is available so that we can help more women and babies.”
Innermost Secrets and Dr Beattie are keen for parents and professionals to know about this test and the women and babies who may be at risk of delivering early. To raise awareness they are running an educational event in Cardiff called ‘Born Too Soon’ which is free to attend. Speakers include Dr Beattie of Innermost Secrets and University Hospital of Wales, Professor Sailesh Kotecha of the Department of Child Health, Cardiff University and a representative of BLISS, a leading special care baby charity. It is hoped that the first pregnancy being monitored with fetal fibronectin testing will have resulted in a healthy happy baby born at the right time and that he or she can make a guest appearance.
The free event is being held at the Village Hotel, Cardiff on 27th January 2011 at 6.30pm for midwives, nurses, students, doctors and midwives and other interested healthcare professionals. Parents and parents to be are also invited.
View details of the test:
Dr Beattie is available for interview and photographs.
Patient interviews may also be possible. Please contact Dr Beattie in the first instance.
About Innermost Secrets:
Based at the Spire Cardiff Hospital, Innermost Secrets are a consortium of consultants and specialists who provide a range of clinics and services such as a fertility clinic, recurrent miscarriage clinic, pregnancy scans, antenatal care, private parentcraft classes and pregnancy and reproductive health advice for both men and women. They provide accurate information, high quality medical care and support. They can provide important information to help men and women make qualified, informed decisions about their future reproductive health choices, and have qualified experts in the fields of fertility, sexual health, obstetrics and fetal and maternal medicine to support them in those choices.
Dr Bryan Beattie
Innermost Secrets Ltd,
Spire Cardiff Hospital,
This release was published on openPR.
Permanent link to this press release:
Please set a link in the press area of your homepage to this press release on openPR. openPR disclaims liability for any content contained in this release.
You can edit or delete your press release Innermost Secrets Hold Educational Symposium here
News-ID: 152479 • Views: 1068
More Releases from Innermost Secrets Ltd
Innermost Secrets Offer Specific Recurrent Miscarriage Tests
Cardiff, United Kingdom (January 28, 2011) – Innermost Secrets, a leading Cardiff based fertility clinic, is one of the first clinics in the UK to offer a specific tests for women who have suffered recurrent miscarriages. Recurrent miscarriage is a condition which affects about 2-3% of women and causes repeated heartache and trauma for many women, their partners and their families. Traditionally, women with 3 or more miscarriages would be offered
Innermost Secrets Host Two Day Medical Conference
Cardiff, United Kingdom (12 November 2010) – A Cardiff based non-profit making educational organization, Innermost Learning, have recently hosted a two day conference for medical professionals on how to mend babies’ broken hearts, and how to find out if and how they got broken in the first place. The conference was organised by local specialists in paediatric cardiology, fetal medicine and obstetrics and the two day event included groundbreaking work
Innermost Secrets Help Raise Cancer Awareness
Cardiff, United Kingdom (March 19, 2010) - Innermost Secrets are distributing an Ovarian Cancer Symptom Diary to help raise awareness about Ovarian cancer in women. Based at the Cardiff Spire Hospital, Innermost Secrets provide ultrasound and medical care for pregnant and non pregnant women at their Reproductive Health Clinic. The clinic specialises in antenatal care, specialist pregnancy ultrasound scans, fertility services including the Body Clock test to assess a woman's future
More Releases for Cardiff
Drum Heaters Market Comprehensive Analysis | Key Players - Tempco Electric Heate …
The research study is a highly useful tool in the hands of market players that allows them to effectively assess the global Drum Heaters market and know where they stand in the industry in terms of revenue or sales growth. It comprehensively evaluates the global Drum Heaters market with different perspectives for the purpose of providing a detailed, informative, and accurate analysis of regional growth, competition, market segmentation, and other
Cardiff University - Cancer Drugs Clinical Pipeline Insight
“Cardiff University - Cancer Drugs Clinical Pipeline Insight” offers in depth insight on ongoing clinical trials for the cancer drugs developed by Cardiff University. This report highlights various clinical and non-clinical parameters involved in the development of cancer drugs in clinical pipeline. Currently there are “12” cancer drugs in clinical pipeline and majority of them are in phase-III. The report includes all the relevant information with respect to development of cancer
How accountants in Cardiff are making a difference in the business?
Cardiff being the largest city in Wales holds great importance amongst the business houses that are willing to expand in the zone. The government policies are welcoming to the inbound investment from businessmen, and the locale is favorable because of the cultural roots of the place. It also has to be taken into account that as the place hasn’t been one of the A-listed business hubs, thus the opportunities are
Smileright - Cardiff
Smileright™ is a dentist in Cardiff. They focus on delivering quality, affordable and convenient dental care, and cosmetic dentistry and hygiene services. Below are some of the dentist services on offer from Smileright, the dental practice, who are located on the first floor of Boots in Queen Street in Cardiff. Dental implants If you have a missing tooth or loose ill-fitting dentures, then dental implants could provide you with a viable and
CRONUS SHOWS ITS METTLE WITH NEW CARDIFF GATEWAY
One of Ireland’s most innovative logistic companies is now working with the Port of Cardiff in a move that guarantees container services continue to operate from Wales and expands the southern UK gateways to Ireland. Cronus Logistics has engaged with Associated British Ports (ABP) and integrated Cardiff into its Irish Sea schedule, all part of its ambitious plans to strengthen its expansion of the southern UK to Ireland gateways. This new
A Vision Network Comment On Plans For Cardiff University Business School
Cardiff is set to welcome another landmark piece of architecture to its cityscape after proposals were approved yesterday for a stylish new university teaching centre. The new state-of-the-art postgraduate centre at Colum Drive, Cathays Park, will feature an elliptical Harvard-style lecture theatre as its centrepiece. The exterior finish includes a five-colour, vertically stacked terracotta rainscreen cladding, along with buff brick, curtain walling and powder-coated aluminium doors and windows. The Cardiff