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.

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*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.