electronic fetal monitoring


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electronic fetal monitoring

n. monitoreo de las señales vitales de un feto.
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The Simulated EFM App is a low cost instructional technology to simulate electronic fetal monitoring in multiple settings including large classrooms, individual learning opportunities, and simulation settings.
Literature that related to electronic fetal monitoring only, was excluded.
And despite the fact that there is no evidence that electronic fetal monitoring improves birth outcomes in normal deliveries, 85 percent of deliveries in 2003 involved monitoring, a figure that has been steadily climbing since 1989.
It should also be noted that fetal scalp abscesses and soft tissue injuries as a result of electronic fetal monitoring runs slightly less than 5%.
Examples in obstetrics include routine shaving of the perineum before delivery, routine elective low forceps, routine episiotomy, routine electronic fetal monitoring in labor, urinary estriol collection to monitor fetal well-being, and home uterine-activity monitoring.
We learn about the introduction of thermometers, ophthalmoscopes, laryngoscopes, stethoscopes, intravenous therapy, and electronic fetal monitoring, as well as the critical role of nurses in the application of these and other new devices.
Thacker, The Impact of Technology Assessment and Medical Malpractice on the Diffusion of Medical Technologies: The Case of Electronic Fetal Monitoring, in 2 MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY AND THE DELIVERY OF OBSTETRICAL CARE 9, 10 (Victoria P.
In analyses of subjects ranging from electronic fetal monitoring, paganism and fetal pain to the computer game SimCity 2000, it explores the various ways in which the imagery of the cyborg - a hybrid figure that is both human and machine - is put to work, taking as its central theme the reproductive straggles of men and women in a universe in which organic life and technological systems are symbiotically fused.
Ultrasound assessment in late pregnancy and electronic fetal monitoring, or "non-stress test," may be used to document the continued well-being of the intrauterine environment.
Fetal distress during labor--a condition often resulting in a cesarean--was more apt to be detected with the introduction of electronic fetal monitoring.
If labor proceeds normally, the woman may be able to avoid electronic fetal monitoring and other high-tech procedures, as well as anesthesia.
Ranked number one in all five, consecutive KLAS([R]) reports* on labor and delivery systems, the OBIX Perinatal Data System is a comprehensive, computerized system for central, bedside and remote electronic fetal monitoring.

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