HeraBEAT is not supported by smartphones that have been on the market for over 3 years.
The easiest way to check if HeraBEAT works on your smart device is by trying to download the app. If you’ve successfully downloaded it, HeraBEAT will work on your device.
1 HeraBEAT device
1 Power supply (UK BS socket)
2 Ultrasound gel tubes (60 ml)
1 Carry case
1 User manual
The HeraBEAT app must be downloaded onto your smartphone in order to operate the device.
with an optical sensor for measuring the maternal heart rate. It uses both to distinguish between the maternal and the fetal heart rates. It also includes a motion sensor to detect device movements during measurements. Read more about the technology here.
HeraBEAT device is not intended for:
Use during defibrillation
Use during ECG measurements
Use in the shower or underwater
Use on patients connected to external electrical stimulators or cardiac pacemakers.
Fetal heart rate measurements in multiple pregnancies (twins or more).
When the battery is empty- the device will be turned off after blinking 3 times.
Regularly it is recommended to fully charge the HeraBEAT once a week (A green light will indicate that)
You should feel as relaxed as possible to enjoy the experience.
The search mode includes a real-time indicator that will fill up when the algorithm has found the heartbeat.
Hera; the goddess of marriage and family from Greek mythology, and Beat; the beat of life – representing the baby’s heartbeat.
The device is not intended to replace a full medical test by a physician or a nurse.
In case of any doubt or concern, we recommend seeking proper medical assistance.
For more information, tips and reminders on finding your baby’s heartbeat please watch the video in the following link.
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