electronic fetal monitoring

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electronic fetal monitoring

n. monitoreo de las señales vitales de un feto.
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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.
Use of a cardiotocograph has become routine in all high-risk cases.
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.
Her cardiotocograph showed normal foetal heart rate variability with a normal baseline and she was pushing effectively.
Dr Coughlin admitted she did not identify a significant change in a cardiotocograph trace showing contractions were too frequent.
A foetal cardiotocograph was not reassuring and showed reduced variability for over an hour.
The last 10 minutes was spent obtaining a cardiotocograph tracing.
A fetal cardiotocograph showed reduced variability and tachycardia.
The frequency and duration of contractions were assessed using the abdominal pressure transducer of the cardiotocograph.