Important information!

It has come to our attention that the name of our company name Neoventa and our products are without our knowledge used permission by persons unrelated to Neoventa on a website and in contacts by which people are misled to believe they are offered work positions at what seems be Neoventa Medical AB. It cannot be excluded that this conduct is an attempt of scamming people interested in being recruited.
Neoventa Medical AB is currently investigating the matter and urge …

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Regarding presentation of US randomized controlled STAN trial

On Thursday February 5th 2015 in San Diego, California, the US randomized controlled STAN trial* was presented as an oral abstract at The Pregnancy Meeting of the SMFM (Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine), attended by the Neoventa US team. Publication of this trial as a journal article is expected in 2016.
During the study, over 11’000 women were randomized either to fetal monitoring with EFM (CTG) + STAN or with EFM (CTG) only. The overall result was no difference in …

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The ability to identify fetuses at risk of hypoxia with ST Analysis in a high risk population.

The use of ST Analysis as an adjunct to CTG, has during recent years, reduced the frequency of vaginal operative deliveries, the necessity of fetal blood sampling and the number of neonates transferred to NICU.
The aim of this prospective observational study was to assess the effect of the time interval from indication of hypoxia to delivery on neonatal outcome.
Six thousand and ten women with singleton high risk pregnancies with a gestational age above 35+6 monitored with CTG and …

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White paper: A call to obstetricians caring about perinatal outcome

February 2014

Over the past few decades, there have been unprecedented increases in healthcare expenditures and rates of caesarean deliveries. Those charged with leadership in healthcare policy and delivery should be aware of the contribution of increasing numbers of caesarean deliveries to the overall cost of healthcare. To halt and reverse this alarming trend, the addition of fetal ECG ST analysis (the Stan method) to traditional cardiotocography for fetal surveillance in labor can contribute in lowering healthcare costs without jeopardizing the health of newborns

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Neoventa in cooperation with Baby Lifeline

January 2014

Neoventa Medical is happy to announce the cooperation with Baby Lifeline, UK. Baby Lifeline is a national organization supporting the care of pregnant women and new born babies all over the UK and worldwide. The aim with the organization is to raise funds to purchase much needed maternity equipment and leading and providing training to the medical and legal professions.

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Meet us at the CNGOF congress in Paris

French College Of Obstetrics And Gynaecology 37th National Congress 2013
Come and meet us at the CNGOF congress
Date: 11-13 December
Venue: CNIT Paris-La Défense
Stand No: 20

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Neoventa and CSAM to develop integrated fetal monitor solution for enhanced patient safety within Obstetric Care.

December 2013

Neoventa Medical AB has signed an agreement with Norwegian company CSAM Health AS to integrate the Neoventa Stan Viewer and Stan Viewer Live products with CSAM Partus, an electronic application for Gynecologists, midwives and pediatricians. The integration will make it possible for hospital staff, during birth and in pre-labor examinations, to view archived and real-time Stan tracings through their CSAM Partus Maternity Information System.

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M.Sc thesis from Chalmers University in Sweden explores diffusion of the STAN-method in the fetal monitoring industry.

In June 2013, two students from the M.Sc programme “Management and Economics of Innovation” at Chalmers University of Technology presented their M.Sc thesis focusing on the fetal monitoring industry and STAN in particular. Their research study analyzes diffusion of STAN in Europe and utilizes the most cutting-edge theory and research methods at hand within the discipline of industrial management on the conditions for diffusion. During the study over 25 interviews were conducted with clinical professionals in 4 European countries, investigating …

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Meta-Analysis shows significant improvements with ST-analysis

The March 2013 American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (AJOG) included a publication by Schuit et al. entitled “Effectiveness of electronic fetal monitoring with additional ST analysis in vertex singleton pregnancies at >36 weeks of gestation: an individual participant data meta-analysis (MA).” Since the publication of the AJOG article, there have been two Letters to Editor, one from Prof. Rosen and a response from the authors, regarding issues with this particular MA. We encourage you to read these letters (on-line) …

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A review in Oman Medical Journal

ST Analysis of the Fetal ECG, as an Adjunct to Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring in Labour: A Review

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