Nurses and Midwives

As a Nurse or Midwife

We know that you are on the front lines of maternity care. That’s why we think you should have easy access to information about fFN testing — so you can go on making a difference in your patients’ lives.

What Is Fetal Fibronectin Testing?

fFN testing is used for the prediction of a woman’s risk of early delivery during the period between 22 to 35 weeks of pregnancy.

Specimen Collection

With 4 simple steps, you can collect a sample and send it off to the laboratory to get a result.

Positive or Negative?

  • A negative test result can give reassurance to your patients and possibly avoid unnecessary interventions.
  • A positive test result can help identify which patients need your attention the most.


Health care providers and patients share their experiences with fetal fibronectin testing.

Preterm Birth Webinars

Leading clinicians discuss timely topics on the management of preterm birth.

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