These were among the very imprecise indicators used to assess fetal life and, indirectly, fetal well-being.
What does FWB stand for?
FWB stands for Fetal Well-Being
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- Federal Way Amateur Radio Club (Federal Way, WA)
- Farm Woodlot Association of Saskatchewan (Spiritwood, Saskatchewan, Canada)
- Fellow Washington Academy of Sciences (Washington, DC)
- Fort Worth after School (Fort Worth, TX)
- Fort Worth Astronomical Society (Texas)
- Far West Athletic Trainers' Association (California)
- Fitness Works at Work
- Department of Fishery and Wildlife Biology (Colorado State University)
- Fairway Buoy (marine)
- Feminism without Borders
- Fixed Wireless Broadband
- Fleetwood Brougham (Cadillac model)
- Fort Walton Beach (Florida)
- Fort Wayne Belt Railway Company
- Fort Worth Belt Railway Company
- Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse (Frankfurt Stock Exchange)
- Frauenfeld-Wil-Bahn (Swiss train company)
- Free Will Baptist
- Freight Waybill (parcel transport declaration)
- fresh whole blood
Samples in periodicals archive:
Monitoring the fetal heart rate in labour is an important way of assessing fetal well-being and detecting fetal distress.
00 Paperback RG628 Nursing educator and author Murray presents a workbook to assist nursing practitioners and students in labor and delivery settings in identifying the signs of fetal well-being and the more common signs of fetal compromise.
The field of first-trimester fetal diagnosis now consists of a series of biochemical and biophysical assessments that can truly evaluate fetal well-being at the current time and can contribute to the prediction of later development and later fetal well-being, or more importantly, the loss of fetal well-being.
Pregnancies in which the resistance index (RI) was <75th percentile (<P75) were not further evaluated for fetal well-being unless the clinical condition of the mother had changed.
Over the years, we have endeavored to assess fetal well-being by a number of electronic and non-electronic means with varying degrees of success.