Journal Health and Technology - JHT <p>The Journal Health and Technology - JHT, is a scientific publication in the area of health and health technology. It aims to promote the dissemination of social, scientific and technological development through the publication of findings in different areas of health application and health technology. It is a monthly journal with a continuous flow, which publishes various types of manuscripts, such as scientific articles, scientific reports, and reviews in the various areas of health knowledge. The journal is already registered on the CAPES/SUCUPIRA platform and currently has 19 iindex/directories. JHT believes that the dissemination of science should serve society and that knowledge makes opportunities fairer and more equitable, thus creating better lives. Thus, the journal contributes to increasing the global impact of research and is open and democratically accessible to all who wish to research from it.<br />JHT managed to be indexed in Normatiza with 4 stars, one of the largest international journal indexing networks, and has already obtained its first impact factor, access the link<br /><a href=";issn=&amp;edtnormatiza=0&amp;edtarea=0&amp;edtperiodicidade=0&amp;fator=&amp;qualiscapes=0&amp;scopus=0&amp;webofscience=0">Normatiza fator de impacto</a></p> <p><img src="" /></p> en-US <p>The copyright of published articles belongs to JHT, and follows the Creative Commons standard (CC BY 4.0), allowing copying or reproduction, as long as you cite the source and respect the authors' rights and contain mention of them in the credits. All and any work published in the journal, its content is the responsibility of the authors, and RECIMA21 is only responsible for the dissemination vehicle, following national and international publication standards.</p> (Prof. Dr. Márcio Magera Conceição P.hD) (Prof. Esp. Edson Roberto Berbel) Tue, 01 Nov 2022 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 THE TECHNOLOGICAL EVOLUTION OF FETAL MONITORING IN PREGNANCY CARE <p>The current context of medical activity demands from obstetricians a broad understanding of the scientific and technological advances. The objective of this article is to reveal the historical evolution of medical practices and technology in a particular field of health, namely the health of the fetus and the medical practices of its follow-up, in the face of the enormous technological advances that have occurred in the supply of cross-cutting technologies with potential use in this particular field. The methodology used was a non-systematic bibliographic review carried out in scientific journals in the medical field, and for the interpretation of the material collected, the approach of sectoral innovation system was adopted, which can be defined as a network of agents that interact in a specific technological field. The main results of the research show that over the centuries, with the advancement of technology, new equipment has been proposed to eliminate the limitations of interobserver interpretation, thus allowing new multicenter randomized studies. Furthermore, it has become clear that the health crisis caused by the Coronavirus limited, broke, and disrupted face-to-face care in all medical fields and served as a springboard for accelerating the use of electronic systems and artificial intelligence in medical care. And finally, it can be observed that the process of technological diffusion encounters several tensions between those who defend remote prenatal care and those who have aversion or distrust towards modernization, excessive medical conservatism, lack of regulation on the subject, and ethical issues that limit its advances.</p> Cristiano Salles Rodrigues, Lia Hasenclever, Eduardo Shimoda Copyright (c) 2022 Journal Health and Technology - JHT Sat, 26 Nov 2022 00:00:00 +0000