iFetal Pregnancy Calculator
The most recommended pregnancy app by midwives and obstetricians to women around the world. The only app which both medical professionals and pregnant couples use to communicate the most important information during a pregnancy. More than 45 categorial information with pictures and audio of fetal heartbeats are accessible by simply entering the first day of the last menstrual period. You can instantly save the results with your added comments to your Mac for future review.
iFetal Pregnancy Calculator is a quality assurance and a teaching tool for everyone who deals with babies. Here are some of the current features of this evolving app:
Save information to track the pregnancy in the future
Option to add comments to each case to ensure patient care in the follow up visits
Coloured tables to review the results easily
Calculation of the earliest date that a home pregnancy test becomes positive
Calculation of the conception date (CD)
10 antenatal appointments to facilitate the booking process
Calculation of the estimated gestational age (EGA) by the first day of the last menstrual period (LMP)
Calculation of the EGA by the CD or by the IVF date
Calculation of the EGA by the previous ultrasound scan for fetal growth assessment
Calculation of the due date or delivery date (EDD) by the LMP, CD and by previous ultrasound scan
Reverse calculation of the LMP and CD by the EDD or any other methods
Calculation of the earliest date when the heart starts beating
Calculation of the gestational sac diameter correlated with the gestational age in the first trimester
Calculation of the first day second and third trimesters
Calculation of the optimal time frame for performing an amniocentesis (if required)
Calculation of the optimal time frame for performing a chorionic villus sampling (CVS) procedure (if required)
Calculation of the optimal time frame for doing the first trimester combined test (nuchal translucency scan, PAPP-A and beta hCG)
Calculation of the optimal time frame for doing the multiplexed maternal plasma DNA sequencing test to rule out Down syndrome
Calculation of the optimal time frame for doing triple, quad or penta screening tests
Calculation of the optimal time frame for doing a detailed fetal anatomy ultrasound scan
Calculation of the countdown to the due date
Correlation of the EGA with the normal ranges of the human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) levels in the first trimester
Correlation of the EGA with:
Yolk sac diameter (YSD) in the first trimester
Gestation sac diameter (GSD) in the first trimester
Estimated fetal weight (EFW)
Amniotic fluid index (AFI)
Fetal length (crown to rump before 20 wks)
Fetal length (crown to heel after 20 wks)
Fetal heart rate (FHR)
Fetal head, abdomen, femur, tibia, fibula, humerus, radius, ulna, foot, cerebellum, clavicle, and renal pelvis measurements
Highlight of each week of fetal development
Pictorial demonstration of the fetal development from week 2 to delivery
Audio playback of the normal fetal heart beats in each week of pregnancy
Fast forward or backward review of the pictures and audio playback just by changing the dates in the calendar
Extremely simple (but intuitive) and user friendly design with no need for any tutorials
All date results include the day of the week, so you can plan your appointments more efficiently.
Calculation of your age in days, or weeks, or a combination of years, months, weeks and days. When are you going to be 10,000 days old?
Do you know on what day of the week you were born or on what date you were conceived? Just select the due date from the calculation method and enter your birthdate in the calendar and iFetal will calculate the rest.
New database added to save the information and track the results just by clicking on the patient's name
New biometry information added to include head diameters (bi-parietal and occipito-frontal), transverse cerebellum diameter, clavicle length, and renal pelvis AP diameter.
10 antenatal appointments added to facilitate the scheduling process with higher accuracy
Option to add comments to each patient added for rapid review of previous visits and what to expect in the next appointment
References added to each biometry
Colours added to each row of the result tables to improve the visual effect
NOTE: The new version of iFetal requires a screen resolution of at least 1440 x 900 or higher.
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- Last changed:
- May 22, 2013
- Healthcare & Fitness
- Digital Orientation Resolutions Inc.
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