Fetal Medicine Specialist In New Delhi

At ELANTIS, we focus on managing health concerns of the mother and fetus during and after pregnancy.


Our team of sub-specialists within the field of obstetrics provide prenatal tests, treatments and surgeries to cover high-risk pregnancies. This includes heart or kidney disease, hypertension, diabetes, thrombophilia, preeclampsia, twin pregnancies, genetic diseases, maternal infections, growth restriction or risks due to chromosomal or congenital abnormalities.

Frequently Asked Question

Fetal medicine may be needed when there are concerns about the health and development of the fetus during pregnancy. This can include screening for genetic disorders, diagnosing fetal abnormalities, monitoring fetal growth and well-being, and managing complications such as twin pregnancies or maternal health conditions.

Fetal medicine can diagnose a wide range of conditions and abnormalities in the fetus, including chromosomal disorders (such as Down syndrome), structural anomalies (such as heart defects or neural tube defects), growth restrictions, and genetic disorders. Treatment options may include medical management, fetal surgery, or interventions to optimize outcomes.

Common screening tests in fetal medicine include ultrasound scans, maternal blood tests (such as the first-trimester combined screening and quad screen), and non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) for chromosomal abnormalities. These tests help assess the risk of certain conditions in the fetus.

Fetal intervention or fetal surgery involves procedures performed on the fetus while still in the womb to treat certain conditions or prevent complications. This may include procedures such as fetal blood transfusions, shunt placements, or surgical correction of anatomical abnormalities.

A consultation with a fetal medicine specialist may be recommended if there are concerns about the health or development of the fetus during pregnancy, such as abnormal ultrasound findings, positive screening test results, or a family history of genetic conditions. Your obstetrician or healthcare provider can refer you to a fetal medicine specialist for further evaluation and management.