Geile had not checked for fetal heart tones and described her demeanor as very abrupt and matter of fact.
What does FHT stand for?
FHT stands for Fetal Heart Tones
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We have 45 other meanings of FHT in our Acronym Attic
- Faith, Hope and Trick (episode of TV show Buffy The Vampire Slayer)
- Family Health Team
- Family Health Trust
- Family History Techniques (genealogy)
- Fast Haar Transform
- Fast Hadamard Transform
- Fast Hankel Transform
- Fast Hartley Transform
- Federation of Holistic Therapists (UK)
- Female Hose Thread
Samples in periodicals archive:
Fetal heart tones measured approximately 120 beats per minute.
Fetal heart tones are documented before the laparoscopic procedure is initiated.
A private patient was admitted in early labor with fetal heart tones of 60 per minute.
I had not been pushing for too long when Miriam took out a doppler to check the fetal heart tones.
Vicki Laws writes: In response to your questions concerning training childbirth assistants to assess dilation and fetal heart tones, I respond with a hearty yes
However, we remain unique in giving participants the option of learning such "hands-on" skills as listening to fetal heart tones and monitoring labor progress, important skills to have when labor sitting a woman at home prior to going to the hospital.
The location of the fetal heart tones is not a reliable method of assessing fetal position as they may be heard through the baby's chest as well as through the back.