Publications & Articles
Read abstracts of our scientific publications and take a look at our posters presented at congresses by our Clearblue Healthcare Professional Team
ACOG 2015 Poster - Urinary levels of intact, free beta and beta core fragment of human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) in early pregnancy
This study sought to improve the understanding of the levels of free-beta and beta-core-hCG in viable pregnancies.
ACOG 2015 Poster - Analysis of human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) levels in normal and failing pregnancies
This study examined daily urinary hCG concentrations to assess pregnancy viability.
FIGO 2015 Poster - Anti-Mullerian hormone levels, numbers and sizes of antral follicles in regularly menstruating women referenced to true ovulation day
This study sought to establish whether AMH levels vary throughout the menstrual cycle in women of reproductive age and whether AMH production is linked to follicle size.
FIGO 2015 Poster - Agreement between urinary luteinising hormone, results from Clearblue Advanced Ovulation Test and ultrasound-observed ovulation
This study examined the performance of the Clearblue Advanced Digital Ovulation Test compared with ultrasound-observed ovulation.
An overview of ovulation, the hormones that control ovulation, the methods available to women to help identify ovulation, and their utility in planning pregnancy. Includes tracking hormones using an ovulation test or fertility monitor, calendar calculations, apps, basal body temperature and observation of cervical secretions.
Anovulatory cycles are common, even amongst women with regular periods. This overview of anovulation includes information about prevalence, symptoms, what causes it, and when it affects Clearblue products.
Do currently available at home pregnancy tests (HPTs) meet their claimed sensitivity for hCG in early pregnancy testing?
These are the first urinary reproductive hormone normograms referenced to the actual day of ovulation, and therefore provide the most robust reference ranges to examine menstrual cycle endocrinology.