High-risk pregnancies with triplets entail heedful obstetrical care. To ensure proper care and maternal monitoring for obstetrical departments in hospitals, Philips has come out with its new Avalon antepartum and intrapartum monitors. While the new Avalon FM20 monitor makes use of a classy three-channel ultrasound tracing capability to monitor the triplets, the new Avalon FM30 monitor performs all the functions carried out by FM 20 along with the maternal pulse oximetry. All the data and traces from the FM30 can be transferred to OB TraceVue for complete patient’s record. Well, the triplet monitoring system is not available in US. The triplet monitoring with one fetal monitor seems impressive on papers and I wish that it turns out to be practically impressive too.