The Nemo Fetal Monitoring System uses a dedicated multi-surface electrode patch with 6 electrodes. Fetal and maternal heart rate are derived from the recorded combined ECG-signals, and uterine activity is derived from the EMG-signals when the uterine muscle contracts. Proprietary algorithms in the Nemo Base Station convert the amplified and wirelessly transmitted electrophysiological signals from the Nemo Link to readable information as is normally visualised on your central monitoring system.
The Nemo System is intended to provide information to support reliable early diagnosis in a safe and easy way. Electrophysiological signals can be recorded independent of the body-mass index (BMI) of the pregnant woman, as opposed to traditional external sensors. Because electrophysiological signals are the most direct measure for heart- or uterine activity, more information will become available to assist in diagnosis. The Nemo Fetal Monitoring System comes with an online e-learning course to support you in getting acquainted with this novel technology.
The Nemo System is delivered with two Nemo Links, which can be used alternately. Each link will allow for up to 18 hours of recording, long enough for most deliveries. The Nemo Base Station is equipped with a battery, allowing for use during transportation.