SonicaidFetalCare's software is based on more than 30 years of experience in computer CTG analysis and is an essential part of modern obstetrics. Data is transferred from the foetal monitor to the computer via a cable connection. Using computer analysis, physicians can compare newly recorded CTGs with the proven Dawes/Redman criteria for normality. All recordings are electronically archived on the computer and the CTGs can be viewed on the screen.
Sonicaid FetalCare is the only CTG analysis system in the world that incorporates the valued Dawes/Redman analysis criteria developed at Oxford University.
CTG interpretation is difficult and very subjective - misinterpretation leads to inappropriate measures and costs lives. FetalCare enables robust, objective CTG analysis for better care quality and results.
Poor outcomes are associated with higher costs, especially if the resulting disease requires lifelong care. Lawsuits can even increase costs further. The avoidance of only one poor result covers the costs of FetalCare many times over.
Typically, antenatal monitoring takes place over a fixed period of usually 20-30 minutes. It has been shown that with FetalCare, this time can be reduced to just 10 minutes, which is an obvious cost and time advantage for clinicians and patients.
More than 70 peer-reviewed scientific publications on Dawes/Redman analysis.