Edan SonoTrax Basic A 3 MHz Fetal Doppler with HR Display
Edan SonoTrax Basic A 3 MHz Fetal Heart Doppler with HR Display SonoTrax fetal heartbeat doppler is easy to use ultrasonic dopplers that allow mothers and health care professionals to retrieve...
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Edan SonoTrax Basic A 3 MHz Fetal Heart Doppler with HR Display
SonoTrax fetal heartbeat doppler is easy to use ultrasonic dopplers that allow mothers and health care professionals to retrieve a fetal heart rate (FHR). The SonoTrax Basic A Baby Fetal Doppler provides caregivers with a cost-effective solution to meet routine obstetric and vascular requirements.
The Basic A is versatile; operating the unit with 4MHz or 8MHz probes also allows for vascular diagnosis.
Sonotrax Basic A Fetal Doppler is a high-performance model with an FHR digital LCD backlight display. This Doppler fetal monitor has an audio output which can be connected to earphones or recorders.
Fetal Doppler Features:
- Ergonomic design allows the unit to be compact and lightweight
- Large backlight LCD display
- Accurate FHR detection
- Interchangeable probes
- Supports 2MHZ,3MHZ,4MHZ, 5MHZ, 8MHZ waterproof probes
- Realtime, average and manual FHR
- Long-lasting battery, approximately 8hrs of continuous use
- Power Saving Mode
Baby Fetal Doppler Specifications
- Display: 45 x 25mm
- Heart Rate Range: 50-210 bpm
- Resolution; 1 bpm
- Recording Time: 240 s
- Audio Output Power: 0.5 W
- Auto Power-Off: 1 minute with no signal or operation
- Size: 34(D) x 89(w) x 141(H) mm
- Weight about 300g (including battery)
Q: Is it safe to use a fetal doppler at home?
A: Yes, using a fetal Doppler at home is generally considered safe. However, it's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and use the device as directed. If you have any concerns or questions, it's always a good idea to consult with your healthcare provider.
Q: How early can I start using the Edan SonoTrax Basic A Fetal Doppler?
A: The optimal time to start using a fetal Doppler varies for everyone. In general, it is recommended to wait until around 12 weeks of gestation when the baby's heartbeat becomes more easily detectable. However, it's best to consult with your healthcare provider for personalized guidance.
Q: Can I record my baby's heartbeat with the Edan SonoTrax Basic A Fetal Doppler?
A: The Edan SonoTrax Basic A Fetal Doppler does not have a built-in recording function. However, you can use external recording devices to capture and preserve the sound of your baby's heartbeat for keepsake purposes.