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MeSH Review

Fetal Monitoring

 
 
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Disease relevance of Fetal Monitoring

 

High impact information on Fetal Monitoring

 

Biological context of Fetal Monitoring

 

Anatomical context of Fetal Monitoring

 

Associations of Fetal Monitoring with chemical compounds

 

Gene context of Fetal Monitoring

  • Human placenta as a 'dual' biomarker for monitoring fetal and maternal environment with special reference to potentially toxic trace elements. Part 2: essential minor, trace and other (non-essential) elements in human placenta [15].
  • Statistical methods for fetal monitoring with alpha-fetoprotein in maternal serum [16].
  • Fetal monitoring by combined CTG and FBA [17].
  • 3. Women in a very low risk category (one low-transverse PCS) should be managed like any laboring patient but including fetal monitoring [18].
  • The Cochrane Data Base (www.cochranelibrary. com/clibhome/clib.htm, retrieved February 23, 2001), a comprehensive international review of current medical and obstetric practices, demonstrates that birth outcomes improve with one-to-one labor support but not necessarily with continuous fetal monitoring [19].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Fetal Monitoring

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