U.S. Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing Market Analysis 2020-2027 by Latest Technology, Top Companies, Emerging Trends, Future Growth Opportunities

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Nov 25, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services reported that the U.S health care spending grew 3.9% in 2017, reaching $3.5 trillion or $10,739 per person. This rise in healthcare expenditure across the nation is expected to boost the high-end healthcare diagnostic and treatment procedures and technologies, in-turn propelling the non-invasive prenatal testing market during the forecast period. 

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The US holds around 84% of the market share of the NIPT market in North America majorly due to its dominating share in the healthcare industry in 2018. Presence of major market players across the U.S such as, Natera Inc., Illumina Inc., Laboratory Corporation of

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New non-invasive technology could spot early signs of motor disorders in babies

The research, carried out using a wearable cuff, provides a new method for monitoring movements in babies, and new insights into how babies’ reflexes – like kicking – develop. These insights and the cuff could also be used to spot early signs of motor disorders such as cerebral palsy.

The research, published today in Science Advances, was done in collaboration with the Santa Lucia Foundation and Casilino Hospital in Rome.

Babies start kicking as foetuses in the womb and continue to kick instinctively until they are around four months old. The kicks mainly involve spinal neurons, as do protective reflexes found in adults like swiftly removing a hand from heat. However, not much is known about how the movement is generated on a neuronal level because detailed analysis of individual nerve cells has previously not been possible without surgery.

Now, Imperial and Santa Lucia Foundation researchers have developed a

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