Our center is not only at the forefront of fetal medicine, we also actively contribute to the development of the related body of knowledge. At RMC, we are currently carrying out the research outline below, which our patients can participate in on a voluntary basis. We thank participants for their help with a gift package, the details of which you can find in an information leaflet attached to the preliminary email for the service.
RMC research: The results of the research contribute to a better understanding of the nature of early pregnancy conditions, which may allow for a more accurate understanding and prognosis in this field in the future.
SOTE–RMC MMK research: In 2014, the No. 2 Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Semmelweis University (SOTE) launched a study looking at new ways to predict a condition known as preeclampsia. This condition occurs in approximately 3.8% of pregnancies. In most cases, with early identification and close monitoring, usually under controlled conditions, it is possible to reduce the risk of this process. Though early detection is becoming more effective, preeclampsia still causes the highest number of deaths during pregnancy. The screening method used in RMC Clinics is the most reliable of the methods used today. The aim of this research is to find an even more accurate method to predict preeclampsia, and that can also be used for monitoring purposes too. Only single pregnancies can be included in this research.