Preimplantation genetic screening PGS can benefit any couple at risk from passing on
genetic\chromosomal abnormalities.

Promoting excellence and professionalism in the delivery of laboratory services through patient – focused,
cost – effective diagnostic services.

The GenaTi team of researchers and scientists continues to work tremendously hard in order to set up new research
priorities and strategic directions for the GenaTi that are crucial to strengthening Saudi Arabia's health care system.

GenaTi contributes to the prevention of genetic diseases in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by offering
pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and screening in its new IVF clinic

Pre-test Interventions:

Intra-test Interventions:

All laboratory testing requires the creation and completion of an Order Request Form. The submitting clinic or ward unit is responsible for creating an Order Request for the in-patient or out-patient. The requisition must be accurate, complete, legible and contain proper information in order to process the specimen.

All of the following should be present in the requisition form:

The requisition for each specimen must be accompanied with clinical information:

Electronic Requisition (Highly Preferred):
Clicking on Specific User-Portal will lead to the Order Screen to submit test requests.
The user-friendly portal will allow the physician to order all required tests quickly and easily using convenient check boxes. The physician can provide the working diagnosis, medications and can also request specific information that may be required while laboratory technical procedure is performed.

Manual Requisition (Only as a stand-by):
The Manual Request will be accepted only in rare situations where the ‘Electronic Requisition’ system fails or becomes ‘out of order’. In such scenario, a ‘Hard Copy Request’ is acceptable.
Upon physician referral, patients who visit the GenaTi from other hospitals are advised to contact the GenaTi staff, in the sample receiving area to create tests orders.

Each specimen container submitted must be labeled with accurate, complete, legible and proper information in order to process the sample. It must be permanently attached in the form. Most body fluids, especially amniotic fluid (AF), must be transported to the laboratory immediately after collection under proper conditions.

Specimens collected for laboratory testing must be labeled correctly with:

Specimen Rejection:

The specimen will be rejected and returned to the hospital which initiated the request, if any of the below rejection criteria is noted.

General Rejection Criteria: