Cardiotocograph monitor, with accessories Manufacturer,Supplier and Exporter in India

Cardiotocograph monitor, with accessories

Product Code : EL-MDE-10912

General Description
Cardiotocograph (CTG) system for antepartum foetal and maternal monitoring.

Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring :-
Foetal heart rate detected by ultrasonic transducer/probe.
Capable of measuring FHR in the 50-240 beats per minute (bpm) range with 1 bpm resolution and 2 bpm accuracy.
 
Can monitor twins (i.e., has two transducers).
Includes high/low audible and visual alarms.
Includes signal quality/loss indicators and alarm(s).
Provides audible feedback on signal quality.

Maternal Uterine Activity Monitoring :-
Uterine contractions measured though a pressure sensitive transducer.
Capable of measuring relative uterine contractions (UCs) in the range of 0-100 units with at least 1 unit resolution and 1 unit accuracy.
Includes signal loss due to unplugged transducer.

Printer/Recorder :-
Integrated thermal printer with automatic and manual print-out modes.
Prints FHR1, FHR2, UCs, marked events and parameters and relevant alarms.
Print speeds include 1, 2 and 3 cm/min.
Compatible with z-folded thermal paper.
Two different model are supplied : One model allows for adjusting paper scale between 20 and 30 bmp/cm, the other model has a fixed paper scale of 30 bmp/cm
Includes alarms or another indicator for end of paper.

Technical Specifications :-
Capable of external monitoring of foetal heart rate (FHR) and maternal uterine activity (UA).
Alphanumeric display shows FHR1, FHR2 and UCs and alarms.
Automatically detects transducers when they are plugged in.
Includes remote switch for event marking.
Automatic self-test on power up.
System reports with status and alarms.
Unit includes a battery allowing for > 2 hours continuous operation.
Power requirements : 100 - 240 Volts - 50/60 Hz.

Intended Use :-
Electronic foetal monitoring provides graphic and numeric information on foetal heart rate (FHR) and maternal uterine activity to help clinical personnel assess foetal well-being. 
During labour, the FHR often exhibits decelerations and accelerations in response to uterine contractions or foetal movements; certain patterns are indicative of hypoxia.
Examination of these patterns, the baseline level, and variability characteristics can indicate the need to alter the course of labour with drugs or perform an operative delivery (caesarean section or forceps delivery) if corroborated by other clinical evidence.
Foetal monitors can also provide documentation of the foetus’s condition that could be useful in the event of litigation.
Antepartum monitors are used to monitor the foetus’s development, movement, and FHR patterns in utero.
Antepartum monitors have only external monitoring capabilities, such as ultrasound and external UA, and are typically used in the physician's office or clinic.  

   

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