Is the ultrasound emitted by the heart rate monitor harmful?
Ultrasound has been used in medical diagnostics since the 1960s. It is estimated that approximately 5 million pregnant women worldwide are examined every day using fetal heart rate detectors. Within the wave intensity limits set by the American Institute of Medical Ultrasound (AIUM), there is no known harmful effect of ultrasound on the body. mother and child. Our detectors emit a wave of much lower power than ultrasound scanners. The ultrasound intensity of our B7P2MHz wide-angle head is 20 times lower than the standard.