Fetal heart rate monitor
The Doppler ultrasound fetal heart rate monitor is a device to easily and accurately count the fetal heart rate while the mother is in labour. A slowing of the fetal heart rate towards the end of a uterine contraction is a very important way of identifying a fetus that is not receiving enough oxygen and may die or suffer brain damage.
This device measures the percentage of oxygen present in the blood, using a well-established non-invasive method of shining light of different wavelengths through the skin.
Advanced arrangements have been made for EMCO (an Indian medical technology company) to manufacture an innovative pulse oximeter that uses a sophisticated digital OEM module manufactured by Nonin.