The birth of a child is life’s greatest miracle. From conception to delivery, every moment is a special occasion to be cherished.
With timely doctor consultations, prompt examination, scan, and CTG, you can keep a clear record of your health and the foetal health through our Janani scheme.
The Janani scheme at EMC is a cost effective antenatal package that covers all tests and examinations (excluding the cost of medicines and consumables), during the period of your pregnancy to ensure your complete health and to carefully monitor the foetal development.
Composition of the Janani Scheme
The services under JANANI is trimester based. A trimester is a measure of pregnancy starting from the first day of your last menstrual period, totaling 40 weeks.
The first trimester of pregnancy is week 1 through 12, about 3 months.
The second trimester is week 13 to week 27.
The third trimester of pregnancy spans from week 28 to birth.
The care provided through JANANI during each trimester includes periodic consultation with one of our specialist doctors and the stipulated tests that will be carried out during each visit, as per the schedule is given below:
Schedule of Hospital visits and investigations under the Janani scheme
DETAILS OF TREATMENT
6th Week Registration
Urine Pregnancy Test
10th Week Visit
USG, Group Rh, Hb, VDRL & Tridot, HbsAg & Blood RE, Urine RE, RBS, Injection TT(1)
The cost of the package is split between the three trimesters and you can avail the services for the complete package or any of the individual trimesters as per your choice.
Cost of services – Trimester 1 – Rs.2000 Cost of services – Trimester 2 – Rs.2000 Cost of services – Trimester 3 – Rs.3000
Details of tests and investigations that will be carried out as part of the Janani scheme:
Consultation charges with our specialist doctors as per the schedule
Urine pregnancy test: A clinical laboratory test to confirm your pregnancy.
USG: A noninvasive Ultrasound scanning procedure to assess the location and growth of pregnancy during the different stages.
Group Rh: Rheus factor compatibility test for the mother’s blood group. If this is negative, there is a possibility of developing problems during pregnancy that needs to be addressed.
Blood Hb: To check the haemoglobin level in the blood to rule out anaemia.
VDRL: A normal check for syphilis as part of the routine for early pregnancy tests and it does not mean your doctor thinks you have syphilis.
Tridot: Test for HIV virus that can cause AIDS
HbsAg: This test is carried out to check for hepatitis B
Blood RE: Also known as blood routine, this is carried out to assess the various components of the blood cells that can affect pregnancy.
Urine RE: Routine test of urine, done regularly, for detecting infections that are common during pregnancy and can affect it adversely.
GCT: The Glucose Challenge Test is done to screen for gestational diabetes that develops during pregnancy. You will be made to drink a sugary solution and your blood sugar level will be measured after an hour.
RBS: Random blood sugar check to identify the presence of diabetes that can affect the mother as well as the child.
PPBS: Blood test to ascertain the level of glucose in your body after a meal.
Injection TT: The Tetanus Toxoid (TT) vaccine is given during pregnancy in two doses to prevent the risk of tetanus to you and your baby.
CTG: Cardiotocography (CTG) is a test that is usually carried out in the third trimester to check your baby’s heartbeats. Checking that your baby’s heart is responding to movements is a means to ascertain that the baby gets enough oxygen from the placenta.
Based on the various screening tests mentioned above, your doctor can properly evaluate your physical condition, recommend any further treatment if required or take care of any nutritional deficiencies and ensure a healthy pregnancy.
Planning in advance about good antenatal care will immensely help in the later stages of your pregnancy and JANANI is a one-stop solution to achieve this.
If needed, special packages for normal delivery or caesarean operations in our newly designed Birthing Suite will also be made available for members of JANANI.
Click hereto read more about the birthing suite at EMC.
Please contact our Patient Relations Manager (Tel: (0484) 2907000 – Ext: 400) or our Gynaecology department co-ordinator (Tel: (0484) 2907000 – Ext: 138) for more details about the Janani scheme.