Every 13 MINUTES, a baby is born with a genetic disorder.

Ministry of Health
Even healthy parents may have a child with a genetic disorder or disease. For healthy children, the testing group for pregnancy care was established to support screening and diagnosing genetic disorders before, during, and after birth, assessing the fetus’s health, intervening when necessary, and providing timely care.


Test packagesgenesolutions-triSureProcare-logogenesolutions-triSure-logogenesolutions-triSureCarrier-logogenesolutions-babySure-logogenesolutions-g4500-cnvsure-logo
Testing scope27 numerical chromosome abnormalities for the fetus
7.000 pathogenic mutations associated with 25 monogenic dominant fetal diseases
2.800 pathogenic mutations associated with 09 monogenic recessive diseases for the mother
23 numerical chromosome abnormalities for the fetus 2.800 pathogenic mutations associated with 09 monogenic recessive diseases for the motherFive inherited endocrine-metabolic diseases in infantsNumerical and structural abnormalities of 23 pairs of chromosomes, over 4,503 genes
Screening for 2.800 pathogenic mutations associated with 09 diseases in both husband and wife indicating hereditary risk in children.
  • Early diagnosis of common hidden genetic diseases, including congenital hemolysis (Alpha and Beta) and G6PD deficiency​
  • With appropriate treatment after birth, complications for the infant can be minimized
  • Recommendations for having a healthy baby
Early detection of severe and common congenital disabilities: Down syndrome, Edwards syndrome, and Patau syndrome
  • Performed in the ninth week of pregnancy
  • Accuracy more than 99%
  • Actively intervention and management of pregnancy
Testing for the risk of pregnancy with a new disease-causing mutation that is not inherited from the parents (de novo) on 30 genes associated with 25 dominant hereditary diseases/disorders with the highest frequency (neurological, cardiovascular, skeletal, and cartilage)
  • Next-generation sequencing technology with ultra-deep sequencing.
  • Accuracy more than 99%.
  • Early diagnosis of the disease, prompt intervention and effective postnatal care for the newborn, or a more effective pregnancy management strategy.
Testing for numerical and structural abnormalities of 23 pairs of chromosomes on 4,503 genes to precisely determine the cause of fetal abnormalities:​
  • Fetal health diagnosis and pregnancy intervention
  • Predict the severity of the development of postpartum diseases (if any)
  • Prepare for a healthy pregnancy​
The heel blood test helps in the early detection of five common and severe disorders in neonates.​
  • Screening and early detection
  • Prompt treatment, minimizing complications, and giving your children a normal life
  • Reduce the risk of infant death



Ms. Cao Thi Thu Hieu

1-year-old Ben’s mother

“During my first pregnancy, my combined test results were high risk, and amniocentesis was indicated. The baby was healthy, but I was very anxious. I was afraid of amniocentesis all through this pregnancy; therefore, I actively decided to do triSure NIPT early in the pregnancy. Since the triSure NIPT results were normal, I did not need an amniocentesis. Thank God!”

Ms. Nguyen Hong Ha

8-month-old Su’s mother

“When I was pregnant with my first child, there was a problem with a double test result. My doctor told me to do an extra NIPT test to make sure it was accurate, but at the time, the test couldn’t be done in Vietnam and had to be sent to Singapore, which was very expensive. Even though I wanted to, I couldn’t do it because of finances, so I had to accept it. But when it came to the second baby, things were different. I knew from my research that the triSure NIPT test for Vietnamese people was much cheaper than before. It was also very accurate and gave quick results. So, in the 10th week of my pregnancy, I chose to do the 23-chromosome NIPT package with only about 5 million VND. I was also offered a package to test for nine recessive genetic diseases in the mother, which was very beneficial."

Ms. Nguyen Minh Hanh

4-month-old Tin’s mother

“My wife and I discovered the triSure Carrier gene test right before we were going to have our third child. We went to the Institute of Medical Genetics—Gene Solutions to ask for help from doctors. After hearing about the history of stillbirth, my doctor advised me to take the triSure Carrier gene test. The results of the tests revealed that I have the Thalassemia beta gene. Immediately following that, the doctor encouraged my husband to continue with a free genetic screening test for the recessive genetic disorder to determine if he carries the gene. As a result, my husband had the same genetic mutation as I did. According to the doctor, my baby has a 25% chance of having very severe thalassemia. This thalassemia disease was identified to be the cause of my two infant losses. Doctors suggested we perform artificial insemination and preimplantation genetic diagnosis once we knew the cause. After much hard work, luck eventually smiled on us, and my baby was born healthy, just like many other children.”

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