Pregnancy is a natural process that results in a series of physiological and psychological changes in a pregnant woman. As a result, even a normal pregnancy may end in potentially life-threatening maternal and fetal complications. Most women do not experience emergencies during pregnancy, but any woman could. A large number of pregnant women do not have access to this service due to a shortage of health workforce, lack of knowledge, and some socio-cultural factors that hinder women’s access to adequate health care services during pregnancy. All of these factors highlight the need for personalized and continuous monitoring of pregnant women for the safety and well-being of both the pregnant woman and neonates.