Now, we're at a point where the correlation of fetal heart rate patterns with the likelihood of fetal acidemia and fetal compromise has become increasingly important.
What does FHRP stand for?
FHRP stands for Fetal Heart Rate Pattern
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- Future of Human Rights Forum (est. 2012)
- Foundation for Human Rights in Guatemala (Chicago, IL)
- Fazaldad Human Rights Institute (est. 2000; Pakistan)
- Financial Health Research Institute (est. 1998; Newport Beach, CA)
- Foundation for Human Rights Initiative
- Full House Resorts, Inc. (gambling)
- Federal Human Resources Information System (US Department of the Interior)
- Fish Health Research Laboratory (Indonesia)
- Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring
- Fund Holdings Reporter Online
- First Hop Redundancy Protocol (Cisco)
- Fundamentals of Human Research Protections (conference)
- Fetal Heart Rate Reactivity
- Fellow of the Heart Rhythm Society (Washington, DC)
- Fellow of the Hypnotherapy Research Society
- Fjord Horse Registry of Scotland (UK)
- Foundation Human Resource Services (Oklahoma; staffing)
- Fries Hollands Rundvee Stamboek (Dutch studbook organization)
- Finnish Human Rights Support Programme
- Friends of the Heritage Rail Trail Corridor
Samples in periodicals archive:
The obstetrician testified that he decided to perform the section based upon his belief that the attempt to stop pre-term labor had failed, and there were certain changes in the fetal heart rate pattern, and there was a possible amniotic fluid leak.
Others have found that multiple nuchal cord entanglements may be associated with a greater risk of meconium, abnormal fetal heart rate pattern during advanced labour, and mild umbilical artery acidosis at birth, and an increased need for operative delivery.
5) Hyperstimulation was defined as an abnormal fetal heart rate pattern in the presences of tachysystole (5 or more contractions in 10 minutes).
12) By identifying fetal heart rate patterns that indicated fetal distress, EFM would alert clinicians to potential problems, enabling them to intervene more quickly and to prevent more fetal deaths and irreversible brain injuries than could be prevented with auscultation.
ACOG provides that fetal blood sampling may be indicated when there is (1) meconium staining, (2) an abnormal or confusing fetal heart rate pattern, or (3) decreased baseline variability and the physician cannot determine whether it has been caused by fetal acidosis or maternal medication.
The study, published in the New England Journal of Medicine on March 7, 1996, looked at the association between certain abnormal fetal heart rate patterns, detected through EFM, and a later diagnosis of cerebral palsy.