A practical way to reduce the exposure of pregnant women to ultrasound - listen to the baby's heartbeat with Pinard Stethoscope, part of the midwife's basic equipment.
- You are hearing this baby's heart beating with your own ears and not the ultrasound Doppler effect converted by technology back into sound. What you are hearing is direct; it is not computed or averaged by a hand-held Doppler or a CTG.
- Several people do not wish any ultrasound to be used, unless there is a clear indication. Much more economical than other conventional alternatives.
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