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Design, View and Share fetal heart rate and contraction charts and learn the basics of Electronic Fetal Monitoring (EFM) in a fun and intuitive way. Make learning a much richer experience by supplementing instruction with demonstration, whether

- In a classroom, by yourself or under the guidance of the instructor from their iPad,
- In a simulated learning environment, using standardized patients, or
- At home, from the comfort of your couch!

Works with iPad Air and above.

EFM is a real-time monitoring system used in obstetric settings during the labor and birth process, which displays fetal heart rates and maternal contractions (if present). Based on the chart patterns, healthcare professionals (nurses, doctors, etc.) assess the health of the fetus and identify if and when the baby is in distress and take corrective actions accordingly.

With over 28,000 fetal monitors in use today in the United States alone, there exists a substantial demand for professionals trained to read and interpret EFM. Unfortunately, didactic instruction can be listless and immutable, and hands-on-experience can only be either via live patients in hospitals or expensive medical mannikins.

Our app is a fun and inexpensive way to supplement classroom lectures or simulations using standardized patients.

Get the Student Version for $4.99.
- Learn at your pace, by generating and saving simulations on your iPad
- Participate in group simulations by receiving simulations from other devices

Get the Instructor Version (in-app purchase) for $24.99.
- Use advanced parameters to further tune the charts
- Broadcast simulations to other devices (via Bluetooth) and guide students in interpreting what they see

Feedback? We're learning, help us be better by sending your inputs to SimulatedEFM@gmail.com.

Please note that this app is NOT intended to be used as a diagnostic tool or to monitor an actual heartbeat. This app is not intended as a replacement for medical advice of any kind.

What’s New

Version 1.0.1

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Important updates to Instructions page

Ratings and Reviews

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3 Ratings

Pulse-Keepers CPR ,

Not what I was expecting

When reading the advertisement regarding broadcasting to other devices and using one device as a remote and the other as a receiving monitor, I was under the impression that I would be able to use my IPhone as a controller an my IPad as the monitor as I do with other applications. I would like to receive a refund of both the instructor and student applications in which I purchased.

jamesDes9999 ,


This is just a bare minimum tool for teaching about fetal monitoring. There is only limited ability to customize the decels and accelerations. Each strip stops after just few minutes and you cannot adjust as it is running. Total waste of time and money trying to get this to be useful. Should be removed

convertible burt 2.0 ,


Don’t waste your time or money.

App Privacy

The developer, The University of Tennessee Research Foundation, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.

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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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