Prenatal Plan - American Medical Centers (Nur-Sultan)

Prenatal Plan

This package includes comprehensive prenatal care provided by AMC’s Gynecologists and Obstetricians in accordance with the current recommendations of the American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology.

Consultations:

  • First obstetrician office visit: (includes extensive history, physical exam, and lab studies)
  • Scheduled follow-up obstetrician visits (approximately 13 visits)
  • Consultation of ophthalmologist or endocrinologist (if prescribed)

Laboratory Studies:

  • Quantitative ßHCG x 2
  • Urinalysis (each visit) x 13
  • HIV (AIDS antibody screen)
  • VDRL (Syphilis screen)
  • Hepatitis B, C
  • Herpes (HSV) Ig G, Ig M
  • Toxoplasma (Ig G, Ig M)
  • Cytomegalovirus (Ig G, Ig M)
  • Rubella (Ig G, Ig M)
  • Chlamydia (Ig G, Ig M)
  • Coagulogram
  • Blood Group and Rhesus Factor Typing
  • HBsAg (Hepatitis B virus antigen)
  • CBC (Complete Blood Counts) x 3
  • Renal and Liver Profile
  • Blood glucose
  • Anemia Panel (if prescribed)
  • Vaginal Gram Stain
  • AFP (Alpha Fetoprotein screen–Nucleon)
  • Serum Estriol level, Progesterone
  • Pap Smear
  • GTT (Glucose tolerance test screen for diabetes of pregnancy)
  • TSH, T3, T4
  • Group B Streptococcus
  • Urine Culture
  • CTG
  • ECG

Ultrasound Studies:

  • Prenatal ultrasound examinations x 5
  • Ultrasound in the format of 3D-4D
  • Biophysical Profile

* Any additional lab studies, specialist consultations, diagnostics, or procedures will be provided in a separate invoice

** A separate invoice will be made for all medications

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  • Dr. Aiman Nurtazina
  • Dr. Inna Kobzar
  • Family Medicine
  • Specialists
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