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Subsequently, the fetoscope was introduced to listen to the fetal heart rate intermittently, sometimes weeks or months apart.
The study revealed that fetal heart rate decelerations, in response to any level of contractions, and especially during the last two hours of labor, were more closely associated with metabolic acidosis than high contraction rates alone.
Royal Philips Electronics has launched a technology for automatically detecting situations where maternal pulse may be confused with the fetal heart rate without the need to apply additional electrodes or sensors.
The hospital where I was teaching seemed excited at the possibility of a new device that, along with a stable or reassuring fetal heart rate tracing, would indicate the stability of fetal oxygenation during the later stage of labor.
95 Paperback RG628 Using a multidisciplinary perspective, this pocket guide provides detailed guidance on fetal heart rate monitoring and fetal surveillance.
Sub-standard monitoring of fetal heart rate was strongly associated with poor fetal outcome (p<0.
During labor and delivery, medical professionals review fetal heart rate tracings looking for indications of fetal distress.
She is alleged to have failed to take account of indications of a difficult labour and fetal heart rate changes.