- possible fetal malformations
- circulatory and localization disorders of the placenta and
- risk of premature birth
From the 21st week of pregnancy, the organs are already developed to such an extent that they can be examined in detail. During organ screening, the internal organs of the child (including the brain, heart, lungs, kidneys, urinary bladder, stomach and intestinal tract and liver) are examined by ultrasound through the mother’s abdominal wall – as are the child’s spine, extremities and body contours. In the case of abnormal findings, treatment can be carried out in the womb if necessary. In addition, it is possible to ensure appropriate birth management and plan subsequent therapies with doctors from other specialties (such as neonatology, pediatric, neurological or maxillofacial surgery) during pregnancy. Our examinations are carried out in accordance with the quality criteria of the ÖGUM Level II standards. Our certification stands for qualified prenatal diagnostic examinations with state-of-the-art equipment.
A Doppler blood flow measurement in the course of the examination provides indications of a possible insufficient supply of the child via the placenta (placental insufficiency). By measuring the length of the cervix, the probability of a premature birth is calculated. If desired, an examination for indications of chromosomal abnormalities can be performed during screening 22.
- You will receive the results immediately after the examination.
- If the position of the child allows, we will be happy to take a 3D ultrasound image during the examination.
- Your ultrasound images are immediately available to you digitally.
Corona safety measures
The highest possible Corona safety standards are our top priority. Therefore, we request that you come to the Prenatal Center only for an agreed appointment. One companion is allowed if the 3-G rule (geimpft – vaccinated, getestet – tested, genesen – recovered) is followed.
Please keep a safe distance of 1 meter from other persons in the prenatal center and wear an FFP2 mask.
Invoicing and payment
After the respective examination you will receive an invoice. You can pay us by debit or credit card at your convenience.
Your ultrasound images are immediately available to you digitally
A special EDP program makes it possible to transmit the ultrasound images and video sequences to a cell phone number or an Email address of your choice by means of a secure link. Thus, if you wish, you can get the images immediately on your smartphone.
Information on twin pregnancies
Even though twin pregnancies usually proceed without major complications, they are classified as high-risk pregnancies from a medical perspective. We have compiled information on possible risks and tips for expectant mothers of twins.
Forms and information sheets
You can download forms and information sheets here.
CONSULTATION / EXAMINATION
|Early Screening||EUR 100,-|
|Screening 12 – Extended Combined Test||EUR 230,-
(for multiples: EUR 300,-)
Non-Invasive Prenatal Test (NIPT) + associated ultrasound examination
|EUR 600,- + EUR 200,-|
Non-Invasive Prenatal Test (NIPT) limited to trisomy 21 + associated ultrasound examination
|EUR 300,- + EUR 200,-|
Non-Invasive Prenatal Test (NIPT)-complete package with ultrasound 1 in the 11th week of pregnancy + blood sampling and ultrasound 2 in the 13th week of pregnancy + discussion of findings
|Screening 22 – Organ screening||EUR 230,-
(for multiples: EUR 300,-)
|Screening 32 – Wellbeing ultrasound with Doppler examination||EUR 150,-
(for multiples: EUR 200,-)
|Placental puncture (chorionic villus biopsy)||EUR 600,-|
(included in the organ screening)
|3D ultrasound||EUR 150,-|
|Ultrasound package in case of medical necessity of repeated growth checks|
(e.g. diabetes, previous illnesses of the expectant mother)
|Depending on requirements|
|Genetic counseling||EUR 150,-|
|Screening 12 + Screening 22||EUR 400,-
(for multiples: EUR 500,-)
|Screening 12 + Screening 22 + Screening 32||EUR 500,-
(for multiples: EUR 650,-)
The costs for the above-mentioned examinations are not covered by the statutory health insurance.