Happy International Day of the Midwife 2021!

Today, on International Day of the Midwife, we are proud to celebrate with you. We have worked alongside you for many years, sharing a mission to ensure safe deliveries for mothers and babies. We have seen your passion, your hard work and your dedication to improve women’s health around the world. We will continue to do our part with our fetal monitoring solutions, helping you to deliver outstanding care.
Happy International Day of the Midwife!
The Neoventa Team

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New online course on massive postpartum haemorrhage

Neoventa Academy’s mission is to promote safer maternity care for mothers and babies alike by sharing knowledge, in particular of CTG interpretation based on fetal physiology. Greater knowledge also increases peace of mind for staff on the maternity ward while improving their work environment.
The latest course from Neoventa Academy is centred on one of the most serious complications that can arise immediately after childbirth, namely massive postpartum haemorrhage (MPPH).
MPPH is a serious condition that causes the mother …

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Today is International Women’s Day 2021

To all the amazing women out there, working together, standing up for and supporting one another, bringing new lives into the world as mothers or healthcare providers ensuring every woman can have a safe delivery – this day belongs to you. And you deserve to be celebrated.
Happy International Women’s Day!
From all of us at
Neoventa

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New course: Optimising Surveillance of a High-risk Fetus

Neoventa Academy is adding a new course to its offering focused on the special needs of a high-risk fetus and how best to optimise surveillance during labour. The topics covered by the new course, called Optimising Surveillance of a High-risk Fetus, include:

Understanding fetal adaptation to a hypoxic intrauterine environment
Fetal compensatory responses to intrapartum hypoxic and mechanical stresses
Principles for monitoring a large-for-date fetus during labour (including gestational diabetes mellitus) and recognition of relative utero-placental insufficiency (RUPI) …

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Two recent studies conclude that current CTG guidelines are insufficient when it comes to detection of fetal acidosis

The purpose of fetal monitoring is to detect early signs of fetal hypoxia, enabling interventions to prevent the development of asphyxia. In 2015, the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) presented a new set of guidelines for CTG interpretation and clinical management called FIGO-15. In Sweden, these were modified into a national set of guidelines called SWE-17, which replaced the previous guidelines, designated SWE-09. The performance of the guidelines had not, however, been scientifically evaluated before their clinical …

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Season’s Greetings!

 
Happy Holidays to all our customers, partners and friends! May you have a healthy, happy and prosperous New Year 2021.
A special thought to all healthcare workers around the world who are working so hard for the health of their patients – Thank you!
 
Best wishes,
From all of us at Neoventa

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KG Rosén 1948-2020

It was with huge sadness that we learned of the passing of Neoventa’s founder Professor KG Rosén last week. Having been ill for some time, KG Rosén sadly died at his home in Kungälv near Gothenburg, aged 72.
He will chiefly be remembered as a key pioneer in the field of Fetal Monitoring, in particular for the invention of ST Analysis which, since around the turn of the millenium has been used to continually analyse and detect changes related …

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New course: Non-hypoxic causes of fetal compromise

Education has always been a cornerstone at Neoventa. Neoventa Academy was established for the purpose of increasing knowledge of fetal monitoring, CTG interpretation and ST Analysis of the fetal ECG among obstetric staff, and the academy has been offering courses for several years. The educational concept is based on an understanding of fetal physiology, and one particular question remains central throughout each course – how is the fetus?
Up until now, CTG Masterclasses have been offered at both basic and …

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Development of clinical guidelines based on fetal physiology for CTG and ST Analysis

The current clinical guidelines for CTG and ST Analysis by Neoventa are based on the FIGO guidelines from 1987. ST Analysis is always used as an adjunct to CTG and the guidelines include CTG classification and instructions on how to respond to STAN events. Following several years of clinical experience, the guidelines were amended in 2007 to include more detailed information about clinical management. The amendments were based on input from the European Expert Group on ST Waveform Analysis for …

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Symposium available online: What triggers the decision to deliver based on CTG + ST?

Neoventa’s symposium entitled WHAT TRIGGERS THE DECISION TO DELIVER BASED ON CTG + ST? was recently held at the BIRTH Congress. The panel was comprised of renowned and dedicated experts within intrapartum fetal monitoring. The symposium was chaired by Karl G. Rosen, Professor of Perinatal Applied Physiology and founder of ST Analysis.
Prof. Rosen opened the symposium with an interesting presentation about how ST Analysis came to be. He explained that, in his opinion, while CTG is extremely good for …

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