electronic fetal monitoring

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electronic fetal monitoring

n. monitoreo de las señales vitales de un feto.
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The Cardiotocograph industry development trends and marketing channels are analyzed.
Cochrane review finds that use of cardiotocograph on admission to the labour ward, rather than intermittent auscultation of the fetal heart rate, may increase risk of caesarean in low-risk women.
The baby's well being was monitored by the dialysis nurses (several of whom were current registered midwives) during dialysis using a cardiotocograph (CTG).
The pair have questioned the use of Cardiotocograph (CTG) traces, a form of ultrasound used to monitor the baby's heartbeat, and abnormalities they may have shown up.
The midwife suggested a Caesarean section because she was concerned the dosage should not be increased, after looking at results shown by a cardiotocograph (CTC) trace attached to Miss A.
Writing in the medical journal The Lancet, Professor Martin Whittle, of Birmingham Women's Hospital, questions the ability of medical staff to interpret a commonly-used piece of equipment called a cardiotocograph.
Contract notice:acquisition of a monitoring station for cardiotocographers at hcl, cardiotocograph bags at home and maintenance services
On arrival, her LMC consults with the midwifery clinical co-ordinator and obstetric team, and Tallulah is connected to a cardiotocograph (CTG) monitor so the baby's heart rate can be monitored continuously.
Cardiotocograph was taken before and after insertion of each dose.
The Cardiotocograph (CTG) is a graphical display of a series of numbers representing fetal heart rate and uterine activity.
It is also preferred by mothers to either the fetal stethoscope or cardiotocograph.
He is to write to Chief Medical Officer Dr Michael McBride urging him to ensure medical and nursing staff are "re-educated and retrained" in how to accurately interpret the results of cardiotocograph traces.