Novii Wireless Patch System

The Novii ™ Wireless Patch System is a maternal/fetal monitor that noninvasively measures and displays fetal heart rate, maternal heart rate and uterine activity—putting patient comfort first while helping to optimize caregiver workflow.

Empowering you and your patients

Patients are looking for more in their birthing experience, and care providers are ready for something new. Empowering caregivers and patients with a solution that puts patient comfort first while helping to optimize caregiver workflow. The Novii Wireless Patch System—it’s time for something different.

Caregiver Benefits

Optimize your workflow

Confidence

All caregivers should feel empowered by their technology to drive the best possible outcomes. Novii noninvasively detects the Fetal fECG and Maternal mECG rather than fetal heart rate through ultrasound doppler and a separate device for maternal heartrate.

  • mECG and fECG are simultaneously monitored and differentiated, allowing the MHR and FHR to be easily separated to help avoid maternal/fetal coincidence2
  • Uses electromyogram (EMG) signals from the uterine muscle to detect uterine activity UA, Uterine EMG has been shown to be equivilent to TOCO UA3
  • Acquires reliable tracings on high BMI patients by monitoring electrical signals on the patient's abdomen, which are not compromised by high BMI.4

Your Time & Ease of Integration

Novii allows for continuous monitoring of MHR, FHR, and UA.

  • Simple peel-and-stick design that doesn't doesn't need to be repositioned once the initial signal is acquired.
  • Enables patients to walk or move to other upright positions which may help improve the effectiveness of contractions and reduce the length of labor1.
  • No additional equipment needed to acquire MHR with Novii.

Technology

The Novii Wireless Patch System is an is an intrapartum maternal/fetal monitor** that noninvasively measures and displays fetal heart rate (FHR), maternal heart rate (MHR), and uterine activity (UA). Novii provides the opportunity to enhance your current Labor and Delivery monitoring experience. It connects to the Corometrics 259cx Series Maternal/Fetal Monitor and allows data to flow seamlessly to your existing surveillance and archival system. Novii has three components: the Novii Patch, Novii Pod, and Novii Interface.

Training

Watch the full Novii Wireless Patch System training video, which covers the key training content that should be viewed prior to your on-site training. We recommend that all new users of Novii watch this video and work with hospital training staff for additional support.

In addition, nine shorter training videos are here to help you get the support you need
Even experienced Novii users, may have questions. To access support on a specific topic, select one of the short clips below:

Hear from Novii Users

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Novii clinical application guide

  1. Lawrence A, Lewis L, Hofmeyr GJ, Dowswell T, Styles C. Maternal positions and mobility during first stage labour. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2009 Apr 15 ; (2) : CD003934.
  2. Cohen WR, Ommani S, Hassan S, Mirza FG, Solomon M, Brown R, Schifrin BS, Himsworth JM, Hayes-Gill BR. Accuracy and reliability of fetal heart rate monitoring using maternal abdominal surface electrodes. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand. 2012 Nov ; 91 (11) : 1306-13.
  3. Hayes-Gill B, Hassan S, Mirza FG, Ommani S, Himsworth J, Solomon M, Brown R, Schifrin BS, Wayne R. Cohen WR. Accuracy and Reliability of Uterine Contraction Identification Using Abdominal Surface Electrodes. Clinical Medicine Insights: Women’s Health 2012 : 5 65–75.
  4. Cohen WR, Hayes-Gill B. Influence of maternal body mass index on accuracy and reliability of external fetal monitoring techniques. Acta Obstet Gynecol Scand. 2014 Jun ; 93 (6) : 590-5.
  5. Baker, K. Midwives should support women to mobilize during labour. British Journal of Midwifery. August 2010, vol 18 No 8.
  6. Lawrence A, Lewis L, Hofmeyr GJ, Dowswell T, Styles C, Maternal positions and mobility during the first stage of labour. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2009 issue2.


*rated for total water immersion to 1 meter
**Indicated for use on women who are at >36 completed weeks (37.0), in labor, with singleton pregnancies.