Early Diagnosis of

Fetal Growth Restriction


Fetal Growth Restriction is an under-diagnosed health condition for unborn babies. An early diagnosis is essential in ensuring the right clinical care for both the mother and the unborn baby. Centaflow allows midwives and doctors to assess and evaluate the placenta's function with an easy, quick, and comfortable test.

Accurate


Non-invasive early detection of Fetal Growth Restriction (FGR), many cases are never detected under the current standard of care.

Cost effective


Reduces total cost to healthcare providers while improving accuracy and reducing uncertainties.

Based on research

From silence 

Our research efforts were initiated in an anechoic chamber which allowed us to isolate the sounds recorded from pregnant women. World-class danish acoustic expertise and experience has been the foundation for Centaflow since the early years.

To knowledge

We have made thousands of recordings of sounds emitted through the skin of the human abdomen and we now know how to diagnose FGR based on our passive listening technology which does not input any energy into the body of the subject being assessed.

Proven by scientific evidence

We are committed to scientific evidence and have conducted clinical trials with Centaflow since 2011. We have built a consistent line of evidence for the clinical significance of Centaflow in obstetric care.

Novel biomarker for placental malformation


Sound patterns from blood flows can be used to characterise malformation of the placenta.

The biomarker predicts Fetal Growth Restriction


Detection of the biomarker is highly correlated with present or future fetal growth restriction.

Fetal Growth Restriction is predicted accurately


Centaflow detects the biomarker and has been proven to provide accurate prediction of FGR.

Empowered by Artificial Intelligence


We work closely with universities and leverage the latest development in the field of Artificial Intelligence.

This allows us to derive precise and pertinent health-related information from the signals we gather from the human body.

Developed into a product

Our close collaboration with healthcare professionals has allowed us to perfect the device and its use, and we are receiving consistently positive feedback.

A perfected signal acquisition device


The device has been developed through several iterations that have all contributed significantly to the final design.


Safety and usability have been our main concerns every time we have improved the design.