The fetal-maternal monitor (CTG) is an invaluable tool used to assess the wellbeing of both the mother and the baby during pregnancy, labor room , and delivery. It is used to monitor the fetal heart rate (FHR) (Toco) and the uterine contractions (UC) of the mother. The fetal heart rate and the uterine contractions are monitored continuously during labor and delivery, which allows the obstetrician to observe both the mother and the baby’s progress. This information is then used to assess the baby’s health and wellbeing, as well as the progress of the labor. The fetal-maternal monitor also helps identify any abnormalities or risks that may be present, such as non-reassuring fetal heart rate patterns, deceleration, or increased uterine contractions, which can indicate complications for the mother or the baby. By monitoring the fetal heart rate and the uterine contractions continuously, it also allows the obstetrician to intervene early if any risks or complications are identified, increasing the chances of a healthy delivery.