pregnancy test

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Noun1.pregnancy test - a physiological test to determine whether a woman is pregnantpregnancy test - a physiological test to determine whether a woman is pregnant
bioassay, bio-assay - appraisal of the biological activity of a substance by testing its effect on an organism and comparing the result with some agreed standard
Friedman test, rabbit test - pregnancy test that involves injecting some of the woman's urine into an unmated female rabbit and later examining the ovaries of the rabbit; presence of corpora lutea indicates that the woman is pregnant
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pregnancy test

nSchwangerschaftsuntersuchung f, → Schwangerschaftstest m

pregnancy test

ntest m inv (di gravidanza)m inv
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The developments in this format of pregnancy testing with regard to technology and features have increased its accuracy and sophistication, driving its adoption.
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Blood pregnancy testing can be cost-effective and an accurate alternative to palpation and ultrasound--and you can collect the sample yourself.
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He said stores had reported "extremely buoyant" sales of the pregnancy testing kit over the last three months.
For a quicker result, home pregnancy testing kits can be bought from any chemist.
A demand for both urine and blood pregnancy testing exists in our hospital laboratory.
This study assessed the feasibility of using telephone calls combined with high-sensitivity urine pregnancy testing for follow-up of women after medical abortion, with the aim of removing the need to return to the clinic for examination, unless signs of pregnancy were still present.
A Daily Post investigation has revealed 13 out of Wirral's 29 secondary schools have offered pregnancy testing from November - just after the start of the academic year.