A new method for fetal movement detection using an intelligent T-shirt embedded physiological sensors

@article{Zhao2015ANM,
  title={A new method for fetal movement detection using an intelligent T-shirt embedded physiological sensors},
  author={Lvchen Zhao and Wei Wu and Xianyi Zeng and Ludovic Koehl and Guillaume Tartare},
  journal={2015 IEEE 16th International Conference on Communication Technology (ICCT)},
  year={2015},
  pages={563-567}
}
  • Lvchen Zhao, Wei Wu, +2 authors Guillaume Tartare
  • Published in
    IEEE 16th International…
    2015
  • Computer Science
  • Fetal movement is an important indicator showing fetal health. Classically, ultrasound and pregnant women's subjective perception are the most popular methods for detecting fetal movements. However, ultrasound is available in hospitals only, causing inconvenience to pregnant women. The pregnant women's subjective perception is strongly related to her personal experience and level of attention, which is uncertain and not accurate enough. In this paper, we propose a wearable technology-based… CONTINUE READING

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