Simple. Accurate. Actionable.
Prenatal Care Solutions
PopNatal uses a proprietary algorithm to analyze hundreds of different demographic, medical, and behavioral factors.
The result is an ability to identify women with a high risk of preterm delivery (<37 weeks’ gestation) from pre-conception or the beginning of pregnancy, without needing a blood draw, and from the convenience and comfort of a woman’s own home, offering the ultimate in prenatal care.
Convenient interface encourages patient engagement
Available pre-conception or at onset of pregnancy
Simplified, convenient prenatal care reporting
Results That Matter
Early identification of pregnancies at risk for preterm birth gives prenatal care providers more time to create personalized care plans and improve outcomes.
10-fold increased sensitivity to predict preterm birth compared to history-based screening in early pregnancy
4-fold increased risk of preterm birth before 37 weeks (p<0.0001)
96% chance of delivering full term
Gain Insight Pre-conception
Provides prenatal care intelligence at the very beginning of pregnancy or pre-conception to optimize the chances of reaching full-term
PopNatal Allows Women to Take Charge of Their Pregnancy
How it Works
PopNatal Insights provides expert-level guidance for prenatal care tailored to your health profile. This customized report gives your healthcare provider a roadmap based on the latest evidence-based guidelines.
- Counseling pearls – Perinatology-level notes to guide the discussion between patient and healthcare provider
- Recommended actions – Evidence-based guidelines to optimize prenatal care
- References – Transparency regarding peer-reviewed literature sources
- Timeliness – Patient-specific guidance at your health care provider’s fingertips from the beginning of pregnancy
Currently under final development, DocNatal is poised to pinpoint the highest risk pregnancies – those likely to result in delivery at or under 32 weeks’ gestation. This category, frequently called Very Preterm Birth, represents the most serious pregnancy cases which are closely linked to increased neonatal complications and lengthy NICU stays. Nixxi expects that pregnant women can take DocNatal in the late first trimester. The early identification of these situations will allow women and clinicians to have an opportunity to put together very thoughtful and comprehensive pregnancy care plans.