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Hi-Bebe BT-200 LCD Fetal Doppler

Hi-Bebe BT-200 LCD Fetal Doppler


This high quality ergonomically designed fetal doppler is compact, lightweight, battery operated, safe and easy to use. The high sensitivity probe enables you to easily locate your baby's heartbeat from as early as 10 weeks of pregnancy. The heartbeat is clearly audible through the built-in loudspeaker with volume control. The fetal heart rate is also visible on the large display LCD screen which displays both rate and battery level. The ear phone socket enables you to listen through headphones for privacy. You can also record the sounds onto your PC to send to family and friends. Suitable for clinical and home use.


Includes:
· Soft protective fetal doppler carry case
· Full instructions and tips on use.
· 2 x AA batteries
· Two year warranty
· CE 0470
· FDA (USA) Approved

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74.95

ANP500 Handheld Fetal Doppler with LCD Display

 ANP500 Handheld Fetal Doppler with LCD Display

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The ANP500 handheld Fetal Doppler is an easy to use device for expectant mothers and healthcare professionals to monitor & hear the baby's fetal heart rate. The fetal heart rate can be seen on the backlit LED screen in one of three modes and the sound can be heard via the built in load speaker. The 3Mhz probe allows the heartbeat to be detected from as early as 12 weeks. Requires 2 x AA Batteries (Included).
· Suitable for home or professional use
· Displays Fetal Heart Rate On LCD display with back light
· 3 modes - Real-time, averaged and manual
· 3Mhz Probe
· Built in loudspeaker
· Changeable probe
· Backlight
· Auto power off
· CE certified

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39.95

Hi-Bebe BT-200 Sound Fetal Doppler

Hi-Bebe BT-200 Sound Fetal Doppler


This high quality ergonomically designed fetal doppler is compact, lightweight, battery operated, safe and easy to use. The high sensitivity fetal doppler probe means that you can hear your baby's heartbeat from as early as 10 weeks of pregnancy. The heartbeat is clearly audible through the built-in loudspeaker with volume control. The ear phone socket can be used for privacy. You can also record the fetal heart sounds onto your computer to send to family and friends. Suitable for clinical and home use.

Includes:
· Soft protective carry case
· 60g tube of ultrasound gel
· Full instructions and tips on use.
· 2 x AA batteries
· Two year warranty
· CE0470

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69.95

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Shop |  Fetal Doppler Tips


· Use a generous amount of Ultrasound gel.

· Re-apply gel if you have been using the fetal doppler for some time as it dries out relatively quickly. A full bladder often helps, especially in early pregnancy.

· Place the fetal doppler probe low down on your abdomen - near your bikini line.

· Tilt the fetal doppler probe downwards towards the pubic bone.

· Move the fetal doppler probe VERY SLOWLY until you pick up the heartbeat.

· For best results keep the transducer handle as still as possible to maintain a steady signal It is common for the fetal doppler to pick up the heartbeat in two different places - do not be alarmed, this is the same heartbeat. As your pregnancy progresses gradually place the probe higher up on your abdomen.

· The fetal heart sounds like the hoofbeats of a galloping horse. If you hear a whooshing sound this is the sound of the placenta.

· The fetal heart rate is usually between 140 and 160 beats per minute, approximately twice that of the mother's heart rate. But the heart rate varies depending upon the time of day and the amount of the baby's activity. You can usually hear the baby's heart beat from about twelve weeks, sometimes you can hear it as early as ten weeks.

· It can take a bit of practice before you can quickly locate the baby's heart beat. Even midwives sometimes find it difficult to locate the heart beat. If you are having difficulty in picking up the baby's heart beat, there could be a number of reasons for this: poor quality of signal due to the handle position, foetal position, maternal position or foetal or maternal movement. Too little gel or noise or other interference can also affect the monitor's ability to pick up the heartbeat.

· Remember that in the early stages of pregnancy the foetus is still quite small (approx 5cm at 12 weeks) and so locating the heartbeat is not always easy.

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