Benefits of a negative Rapid fFN® result

Avoid unnecessary interventions

Approximately 80% of patients will receive a negative Rapid fFN® result.1

A negative Rapid fFN® result can help:

  • Rule out imminent preterm labor
  • Provide physician and patient reassurance
  • Avoid unnecessary interventions admissions, and transfers
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Optimal administration of steroids

A single course of corticosteroids is recommended for women at high risk of preterm delivery. However, timing is important because ACOG recommends no more than 2 doses the course of pregnancy. Both negative and positive fFN test results can help guide management decisions related to administration of antenatal corticosteroids.2

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