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MA9906

Pocket Fetal Doppler

This simple-to-operate, audio-only pocket fetal doppler is lightweight and has a high sensitivity. It is ideal for the general practitioner or midwife for routine antenatal fetal detection. 

  • 2MHz ultrasound probe with retractile cable for fetal heart detection
  • Built-in loudspeaker and headphone connection, with volume control
  • Powered by 9v battery for 6+ hours of use

THE PROBLEM

Fetal heart rate monitoring is important for detecting changes in the normal heart rate that could signal danger and needed treatment, especially during labor. Annually, 2.6 million stillbirths occur, 98% of which occur in low-resource settings and half of which occur during labor and delivery. Major causes of stillbirth include childbirth complications, maternal infections, and maternal disorders like hypertension (preeclampsia). In the absence of tools to detect fetal heart rate during pregnancy, labor, and childbirth it can be difficult for practitioners or midwives to detect dangerous changes in the fetus and take emergency actions to save the child’s life. 

THE SOLUTION

The pocket fetal doppler is used by a general practitioner or midwife to detect the fetal heart. The doppler features a 2MHz ultrasound probe that provides clear fetal heart sounds. Sound can be heard through a built-in loudspeaker or headphone connection. Lightweight, small, and battery-powered, it can be used in low-resource areas and by practitioners who travel to remote areas to provide obstetric care. 

This simple-to-operate, audio-only pocket fetal doppler is lightweight and has a high sensitivity. It is ideal for the general practitioner or midwife for routine antenatal fetal detection. 

  • 2MHz ultrasound probe with retractile cable for fetal heart detection
  • Built-in loudspeaker and headphone connection, with volume control
  • Powered by 9v battery for 6+ hours of use

THE PROBLEM

Fetal heart rate monitoring is important for detecting changes in the normal heart rate that could signal danger and needed treatment, especially during labor. Annually, 2.6 million stillbirths occur, 98% of which occur in low-resource settings and half of which occur during labor and delivery. Major causes of stillbirth include childbirth complications, maternal infections, and maternal disorders like hypertension (preeclampsia). In the absence of tools to detect fetal heart rate during pregnancy, labor, and childbirth it can be difficult for practitioners or midwives to detect dangerous changes in the fetus and take emergency actions to save the child’s life. 

THE SOLUTION

The pocket fetal doppler is used by a general practitioner or midwife to detect the fetal heart. The doppler features a 2MHz ultrasound probe that provides clear fetal heart sounds. Sound can be heard through a built-in loudspeaker or headphone connection. Lightweight, small, and battery-powered, it can be used in low-resource areas and by practitioners who travel to remote areas to provide obstetric care. 

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