Elevating Patient Care, Reducing L&D Costs

The costs of prematurity can be high, yet about 80% of women with threatened preterm labor can be discharged, and will deliver at term. Standardized fetal fibronectin (fFN) testing can help rule out interventions for patients at the lowest risk without asking you to choose between care and costs.1

  1. Fuchs IB, et al. Sonographic cervical length in singleton pregnancies with intact membranes presenting with threatened preterm labor. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. 2004;24(5):554–7.

ACOG on Standardization

An ACOG Committee Opinion recommends practice standardization to improve outcomes.

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