Monica AN24 with VS program

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Monica AN24 with VS program

Monica AN24 with VS program

A ‘stand-alone’ fetal monitoring solution


The small, wearable Monica AN24, is central to Monica's innovative labour and delivery monitoring  solutions. When the Monica AN24 is used with the Monica VS software program, it allows the Monica AN24 FHR, MHR and UA monitoring data to be viewed in real time on the computer screen. It will run on most computers, notebooks and tablets running Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 and 8.1.

For additional information please call or email:
t: +44 (0)115 949 6960 
e: novii.info@ge.com 

Overview

Provides a stand-alone in-room ambulatory monitoring solution for:

  • monitoring obese women

  • improving patient comfort & satisfaction

  • accurate ECG based monitoring

  • a single set-up solution with no transducer/belt adjustment

Connects via Bluetooth to a PC or notebook running the Monica VS program

Benefits

  • Communicate with the Monica AN24 In real-time (via Bluetooth®) or retrospectively upload stored data via USB.

  • View and print reports. 

    • Both real-time and stored traces and with the network viewer, any PC on the hospital network can view real time monitoring traces

  • Real time analysis of the FHR

    • Supports clinical interpretation, based on and validated against the FHR analysis originally developed by Professor Dawes and Redman with printed reports

  • Store traces locally or on any networked PC or Server

    • Stored traces can be exported digitally in CSV format for reserach

  • Collect or feed data to third party monitoring systems e.g. central station

Additional benefits include: 

  • On-screen help and support

  • Auto catch-up when patient goes out of wireless range

  • Simultaneous monitors from up to 4 Monica AN24 devices

Technology

The AN24 uses standard Ambu Blue R and Ambu Blue VLC ECG electrodes (approved by Monica) placed on the abdomen to monitor the fetal ECG, maternal ECG and uterine EMG ; a powerful internal processor extracts in real time the FHR, MHR and UA waveform validated against fetal scalp electrode, SpO2 and IUPC.  The FHR, MHR and UA trace is then sent via a low power Bluetooth connection (100m line of site) to Bluetooth enabled PC/Notebook running the Monica VS program. Bluetooth functionality must be provided via Microsoft Bluetooth stack. If this is not available on the PC/Notebook, an external USB Bluetooth dongle should be purchased e.g. Ezurio Bluetooth Dongle

The Monica AN24 and IF24 has CE approval (from 20 weeks through to delivery), FDA clearance (Intrapartum term maternal/fetal monitoring) and the Monica AN24 is approved for use in the BRIC countries (ANVISA, GOSSTAR, SFDA)

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Novii Wireless Patch System

A 'peel & stick' ambulatory accessory for your fetal monitor

The Monica Novii monitors fetal heart rate (FHR), maternal heart rate (MHR) and uterine activity (UA), all with a single 'peel and stick' patch. It is an effective solution for monitoring high BMI patients (Ref 1, 2) and minimizes the risk of maternal/fetal heart rate confusion (Ref 3, 4). In addition, the cable free system requires no re-positioning (Ref 4, 5) and keeps the work environment clear and safe, allowing for easier monitoring during some clinical procedures.

NEW! Order Novii patches – purchase additional patches online quickly and easily.

*View Training videos - useful advice and information for new/existing users of the Novii System.

For additional information please call or email:
t: +44 (0)115 949 6960 
e: novii.info@ge.com

* Currently available for Corometrics 259cx Series Maternal/Fetal Monitor 

 References:
  1 Cohen WR, Hayes-Gill B. . Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand. 2014 Jun ; 93 (6) : 590-5.

  2  Graatsma EM, Miller J, et al. Am J Perinatol. 2010 Aug ; 27 (7) : 573-7.
  3 Cohen WR, Ommani S. et al. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand. 2012 Nov ; 91 (11) : 1306-13.
  4 Stampalija T, Signaroldi M, et al. J Matern Fetal Neonatal Med. 2012 Aug ; 25 (8) : 1517-20.
  5 Rauf Z, O’Brien E, Stampalija T, et al. PLoS ONE 2011 6 (11) : e28129.