All Site

The PartoSure Test is a rapid, non-invasive strip test for the detection of placental alpha microglobulin-1 (PAMG-1), in patients presented with signs and symptoms of preterm labour. PartoSure’s unique features include:

  • High Positive (PPV) and Negative Predictive Value (NPV)
  • Usable shortly after vaginal exam
  • Speculum examination optional
  • Results in 5 minutes or less
  • No special equipment or training needed
  • Wide gestational age range from 20 to 37 weeks

Visit Their Website

Accurately assessing the risk of preterm birth is a difficult diagnosis with significant implications. Clinical evaluation alone is limited in its ability to predict imminent delivery among patients with signs of threatened preterm labor (PTL).

  • In patients presenting with signs and symptoms of threatened PTL, 28% may be admitted to the hospital (1).
  • Studies show 7–20% of patients admitted deliver within 7 days (2–4).
  • Unnecessary admissions cost $20.3K/case on average (5).

Enquire today for your free sample or free demo.

Contact Us

Partosure Info

A more accurate assessment to identify those truly at risk of preterm labor is needed

The PartoSure Test is a rapid, qualitative test for detecting the presence of placental alpha microglobulin 1 (PAMG-1) in cervicovaginal secretions in pregnant women with signs and symptoms of early preterm labor (6).

Simple steps, rapid results

Partosure Chart

Results in 5 minutes with our 4-step testing procedure (6)

Additional Material for Download:

Download Brochure       Literature Summary

PartoSure Banner 1 1250 x 323 px

PartoSure Box ImageReducing unnecessary interventions may lead to decreased costs

Published studies suggest a lower rate of false positive test results and associated higher PPVs, such as those seen in the PartoSure Test, may contribute to:

• Decreasing unnecessary admissions and acute interventions
• Reducing the length of stay of high risk patients
• Minimizing unnecessary patient transfers


The average US birthing hospital has approximately 1,200 births annually and PTL tests may be used on up to 300 of these patients (7).

Up to 37 patients may avoid unnecessary intervention annually, which could result in savings of approximately $750K (5, 8).

PartoSure Chart 1

1. Grobman, W.A. et al. (2004) Am. J. Obstet Gynecol. 191, 235.
2. Sanchez-Ramos, L. et al. (2009) Obstet. Gynecol. 114, 631.
3. Ness, A. et al. (2007) Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol. 197, 426.e1.
4. Alfirevic Z. et al. (2007) Ultrasound Obstet. Gynecol. 29, 47.
5. Lucovnik, M. et al. (2013) Am. J. Obstet. Gynecol. 209, 217.e1.
6. PartoSure Test Instructions for Use. QIAGEN, 2018.
7. American Hospital Association (AHA). US Birthing Hospital Data, 2016.
8. Wing et al. (2017) Obstet Gynecol. 130, 1183-91.