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The utility of Bluetooth fetal dopplers.

The utility of Bluetooth fetal dopplers

A Bluetooth fetal dopplers is a hand-held ultrasound device that uses soundwaves to listen to a fetal heartbeat. Doctors usually use it to detect the baby’s heartbeat from around 8 to 10 weeks.


During the procedure, the doctor places the probe on the patient’s abdomen, lubricated with ultrasound gel. The sound waves emitted from the probe intersect movements from the baby’s heart heartbeat and the device translates the movements into waves projected back to an amplifier.

 Bluetooth fetal dopplers:

Due to its various advantages, SIFSOF ‘s Research and Development team always recommends the Bluetooth Fetal Doppler LCD Screen SIFETAL-1.2 to gynecologists. 


Yet, the Bluetooth fetal dopplers broadcast the fetal heartbeat sound through headphones or out with loudspeaker. Apart from that it can transmit the real time sound of fetal heartbeat to the computer saving for memory by specialized data lines. 


When the mother has medical issues such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart or kidney problems, or the placenta does not develop legitimately , this may affect the growth of the baby. Moreover, in some cases babies do not grow well for reasons we do not completely  understand. Babies with destitute growth are more likely to have complications, resulting in babies being sick or dying.


 Bluetooth fetal dopplers detects changes within the pattern of blood flow through the baby’s circulation. These changes may distinguish babies who have problems.  

Most importantly, Fetal dopplers using 2-3MHz ultrasound are prescription devices designed and developed for use by licensed and trained health care professionals. 


The Bluetooth fetal dopplers is perfectly safe as long as you don’t use it too often. In which you need to constrain your utilization to once a day for around 5 minutes and don’t start using it until 13 weeks. 

References: Doppler fetal monitorFetal dopplers,  

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