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Newborn Healthcare Genetic Testing

Newborn Healthcare Genetic Testing



Newborn healthcare genetic testing refers to the use of genetic tests on newborn babies to gather information about their genetic makeup and potential health risks.

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The health of the newborn/ baby has always been the most concerning issue for parents. Newborn Healthcare Genetic Testing helps you understand your child’s unique physical code, and through genetic analysis, decode the newborn’s innate constitution as a guide for future care and lifestyle.

What is “Genes”

“Genes” are the human body’s genetic code inherited from parents. They are composed of different arrangements of DNA and influence various traits of the human body. Genes play a crucial role in determining factors such as blood type, skin color, height, physiological functions, and more. Therefore, everyone’s genes are unique and individual.

Whether you are novice parents or experienced multitasking moms, taking care of a baby is not an easy task. Because every child has a different constitution, the daily care methods will also vary.

Through “Newborn Healthcare Genetic Testing,” you can proactively understand your newborn’s constitution, make advanced preparations, and plan a blueprint for their healthy lifestyle.

A reference manual for baby nutrition:

During the process of a baby’s growth, they require various vitamins and nutritional supplements. However, the genotype can affect the absorption and metabolism of vitamins. By using Newborn Healthcare Genetic Testing, you can understand your baby’s requirements for vitamin A, B6, B12, D, E, and folate intake. This knowledge can help prevent excessive or inadequate intake, which could potentially lead to a weakened immune system or other health issues.

Baby’s dietary sensitivities and allergy risks:

Some babies may experience discomfort in the absorption and digestion of certain foods, which can lead to symptoms such as diarrhea, bloating, constipation, itchy and swollen skin, and other immune reactions. Additionally, some babies may be more sensitive to environmental factors such as dry or cold air, irritants (e.g., animal fur, carpets), dust mites, and air pollutants, resulting in symptoms like sneezing, nasal congestion, runny nose, itchy skin, and rashes.

By using Newborn Healthcare Genetic Testing, you can understand if your baby is at risk of lactose intolerance or gluten sensitivity. It can also provide insights into the sensitivity levels towards dust mites and air pollutants, as well as the risk of developing atopic dermatitis and asthma. This knowledge will help you take early measures for lifestyle protection and caregiving planning.

Baby’s risk of influenza and vaccine reactions:

Each baby has a unique constitution and varying levels of immune capacity. Through Newborn Healthcare Genetic Testing it is possible to gain insights at the genetic level regarding a baby’s innate susceptibility to influenza. This information can help understand their risk of infection and determine the efficacy of the influenza vaccine for protection, as well as the likelihood of experiencing fever after vaccination. By obtaining this knowledge, you can take early preventive measures to reduce the baby’s chances of viral infection and make informed decisions about future influenza vaccinations.

Safety considerations for commonly used medications in children:

During the process of a baby’s growth, it’s inevitable for them to catch colds or become ill. Parents are understandably concerned about the safety of administering medications. Newborn Healthcare Genetic Testing utilizes a dedicated genetic testing chip designed for the Asian population and provides medication safety guidelines based on a medication risk screening policy.

A baby’s genotype is related to drug absorption and metabolism, which can affect the effectiveness and side effects of medications. Through testing, it can help you be aware of commonly used medications for your baby and avoid adverse drug reactions after administration.

Baby Sleep Quality Assessment – Peaceful Sleep Through the Night

It can be tough for parents when their baby frequently experiences restless sleep and night-time crying. Sleep duration and quality can potentially impact a baby’s brain development, growth, and overall well-being. By using Newborn Healthcare Genetic Testing, you can gain insights into your baby’s sleep efficiency and sleep quality, allowing you to pay closer attention to their care and well-being in daily life.