Bodyguard measurement can be conducted during pregnancy. Using the device does not cause any harm to mother or baby at any point. However, it is good to take into account that pregnancy affects to physiology, especially after the first trimester. For example, the resting heart rate increases and heart rate variability decreases. This causes the measurement results being incomparable with reference values.
Articles in this section
- What should I do if the electrodes cause skin irritation?
- What to do if the link to the online journal is not working
- How to fill in the journal
- What to do if the measurement schedule is not suitable
- Who to contact if you get sick during the measurement
- Who will see my measurement results?
- How does the Firstbeat Center recognize my Bodyguard 2 device
- Performing the measurement during pregnancy
- Using the Bodyguard device in an aeroplane
- Using other heart rate devices with a Bodyguard 2