Parenthood, Research, Tips

What is a placenta? How does it affect me?

15-March-20 Angela Tran

WHAT IS A PLACENTA? DOES THE POSITION AFFECT ME?   During your pregnancy, your body begins to adjust to the baby and undergo many changes such as the growth and positioning of the placenta. The placenta produces hormones needed during the pregnancy such as lactogen, oestrogen and progesterone. These hormones … Continued

Announcements, Research

Quality Innovation Performance

01-December-19 Lisa Bui

We are now fully accredited!   What is Quality Innovation Performance (QIP)? Quality innovation performance (QIP) is an Australian not-for-profit health accreditation agency with more than twenty years’ experience to ensure medical businesses complies with Australian laws.  Quality innovation performance are dedicated to supporting the health and community service to … Continued

Research, Tips

House of Harvee – The Precious Experience

01-July-18 Peter Nguyen

The Precious Experience by House of Harvee    Seeing your baby, while he/she is still in your belly, is the most amazing, surreal thing ever.. I know technology today is very well advanced but I still lay there at an ultrasound wondering how on earth they can get such a … Continued

Research, Tips

Pampering Pregnant Mums

10-October-17 Anna Nguyen

PAMPERING PREGNANT MUMS The 40 weeks journey for some lucky mum can be a walk in the park and for others such as myself can be hard work. The first trimester started with emotional outburst, vomiting, constant nausea, forgetfulness, indecisiveness and exhaustion. By the second trimester, most of these things … Continued

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2D/3D/4D & HD – What Is The Difference?

10-October-17 Anna Nguyen

What is a dimension and the difference between 2D/3D/4D/HD?       How many dimensions are there in ultrasound? In ultrasound, a dimension is defined as the measure of length. We live in a 3D (D stands for dimensional) world with the 4th dimension as time. By using multiple dimensions … Continued

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