There are 2 types of tests, amniocentesis the most ordinary and chorionic villas sampling. It is very impotent test. The technical dissimilarity between the two is that amniocentesis a sample of amniotic fluid is taken and chorionic villus sampling a biopsy of the placenta is removed. Another dissimilarity is that chorionic sampling can be done previous to from 11 weeks to 15 weeks of pregnancy while amniocentesis is performed from week 16. Both have an abortion risk of 1%.
Both tests are performed with a very fine needle and last 1 or 2 minutes. Once the necessary material is obtained the fetus chromosomes are studied to see if there is any abnormality in them. In the case of amniocentesis, floating cells are studied in the amniotic fluid coming from fetal tissue or placental tissue. In the case of chorionic villus sampling chromosomes from the placenta that have the same origin as the fetal cells are studied. Therefore, both tests are used to report on the chromosomes of the fetus.
Although best known chromosomal irregularity is that of Down syndrome there are many other types. There is a group of anomalies for example which is fatal to the fetus known as Edwards’s syndrome and Patau and another group of anomalies which do not pose any obstacle to leading a normal life. The reduction in working hours is a figure that has been created to reconcile family life with work. There is the possibility of reducing working hours of the parent depending on who is to be ordered child-care children, between 1/8 and 1/2 of the normal working day.
The reduction has to be done by checking the time realization always within the usual schedule. Sometimes you have to negotiate with the employer as this may restrict this right within their organizational capacity based on the number of workers at the same time want to practice law. When a woman gives birth and terminates the motherhood leave of 16 weeks unless multiple birth is entitled to a reduction in working hours. Another option is to collect all the half hour and coupling to 16 weeks of maternity leave.