Edan Instruments Inc. is the new distributor for Monica AN24 in China

Edan Instruments Inc. is the new distributor for Monica AN24 in China

14 February 2017

Monica are pleased to announce a partnership with Edan, the market leading fetal monitoring company in China. Dedicated to delivering high quality medical products and services, 

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First Class Training in China

First Class Training in China

14 February 2017

Monica’s International Sales Manager, James Bushby recently carried out advanced training in Monica’s technology and fetal monitoring products to specialist staff at healthcare company, Edan Instruments Inc.

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Giving Birth Becomes a Little More Comfortable

Giving Birth Becomes a Little More Comfortable

22 November 2016

See the latest news report from Hancock Regional, the first hospital in the State of Indiana to adopt wireless fetal monitoring, using the Monica Novii Wireless Patch System reported by RTV6 News.

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Investing in Training

Investing in Training

25 October 2016

Last week, our International Sales Manager, James Bushby, and Clinical Nurse Specialist, Lisa Stout, visited GE's Clinical Educational Specialist (CES) team in Nashville, TN to provide advanced training in the Novii fetal monitoring system.

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New Board Member joins Monica

New Board Member joins Monica

18 August 2016

Wolfgang Distler, joins the Monica Board of Directors, bringing with him a wealth of commercial experience in the medical industry. 

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Fetal Cardiology Symposium in Munich

Fetal Cardiology Symposium in Munich

09 August 2016

The 2nd Munich Symposium on Fetal Cardiology had experts from Europe, USA and Japan.  Several presentation were from Doctors already using Monica, as well as an invited overview by James Bushby of some of the new developments in fetal cardiology.  During the meeting; data supporting fHRV as a basic parameter of maturation and autonomic dysfunction were presented as was the identification of fetal arrhythmia as a pre-cursor to still birth impacting on 1 out of every 160 pregnancies.

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