electronic fetal monitoring


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electronic fetal monitoring

n. monitoreo de las señales vitales de un feto.
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PeriGen's fetal monitoring system is the only electronic fetal monitoring pattern recognition system that is validated by the NICHD.
None of several electronic fetal monitoring characteristics--including moderate, minimal, marked, or absent variability, or late, prolonged, or variable repetitive decelerations--predicted injury, Dr.
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.
Grether, Uncertain Value of Electronic Fetal Monitoring in Predicting Cerebral Palsy, 334 NEW ENG.
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.
These issues are addressed by the large cohort of births within the Kaiser Centers that contain comprehensive electronic data on clinical parameters and digital electronic fetal monitoring (EFM) tracings.
However, the pervasive use of electronic fetal monitoring in obstetric practice has been challenging because of a lack of standardized nomenclature for heart rate assessment and clear guidance about how to interpret and manage various types of tracings.
They include chapters on tests during the antepartal period and fetal assessment and electronic fetal monitoring, reflecting the increase in intervention in maternity care.
First, in July, ACOG released a practice bulletin on continuous electronic fetal monitoring (cEFM).
Although it is focused on hospital based care and electronic fetal monitoring there are examples of a 'back to basics' approach from these two obstetricians.
In spite of these findings, electronic fetal monitoring for low-risk labouring women remains the method of choice in many institutions.

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