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Acceptability and feasibility of a low-cost device for gestational age assessment in a low-resource setting: qualitative study

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Background: Ultrasound for gestational age (GA) assessment is not routinely available in resource-constrained settings, particularly in rural and remote locations. The TraCer device combines a handheld wireless ultrasound probe and a tablet with artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled software that obtains GA from videos of the fetal head by automated measurements of the fetal transcerebellar diameter and head circumference.

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10.2196/34823

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0000-0003-4838-3269
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JMIR Publications
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Volume:
9
Issue:
4
Article number:
e34823
Place of publication:
Canada
Publication date:
2022-12-27
Acceptance date:
2022-11-09
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2292-9495
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36574278
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English
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1317564
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2023-01-04

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