On-line Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring Using SQUID Sensor Arrays

  title={On-line Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring Using SQUID Sensor Arrays},
  author={Diana Gutierrez and Arye Nehorai and Daniel McKenzie and Hari Eswaran and C. L. Lowery and Hubert Preissl}
Objective: Fetal magnetoencephalography (fMEG) is the only complete non-invasive method to record fetal brain signals in the utero. When using this method in a clinical setting, it is necessary to monitor the fetal heart rate during the recordings. Based on the high sensitivity of the magnetic sensors used, it is not possible to record the heart rate simultaneously with fMEG by conventional methods like Doppler ultrasound. However, based on a large sensor array, the maternal and fetal… CONTINUE READING
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