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by Bonnie Flood Chez

eBook Critical Concepts on Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring: Resources, Guidelines, Documentation ePub
Author: Bonnie Flood Chez
ISBN: 0683172573
ISBN13: 978-0683172577
Publisher: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins (December 31, 1990)
Pages: 58
Category: Medicine
Subcategory: Medical
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 256
Formats: azw doc lit txt
ePub file: 1973 kb
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The concept of intrapartum "monitoring" of the fetal heart rate by auscultation has been extant for almost 200 years and by electronic means for more than 30 years.

The concept of intrapartum "monitoring" of the fetal heart rate by auscultation has been extant for almost 200 years and by electronic means for more than 30 years. While there is general agreement that some form of fetal monitoring is useful in the intrapartum period, even in low risk or normal labour, there is ongoing debate and dialogue about optimal practice.

External fetal heart rate monitoring at 1 cm/min (top graph), 2 cm/min .

External fetal heart rate monitoring at 1 cm/min (top graph), 2 cm/min (middle graph), and 3 cm/min (bottom graph). Fig 5. Reduced variability. All guidelines concur on definitions of Fetal Heart Rate (FHR) baseline, variability and accelerations. However, they differ significantly on interpretation of FHR decelerations which happen to be centre stage and critically important in interpretation of CTG  . This concept not only considers evident decelerations as defined in guidelines ( 15 bpm in amplitude and 15 s length) but also considers the UCs as stimuli that excite a fetal response.

Bonnie Flood Chez Nursing Education Resources

Bonnie Flood Chez Nursing Education Resources. Suzanne McMurtry Baird Vanderbilt University School of Nursing United States. J Perinat Neonatal Nurs 2011 Apr-Jun;25(2):182; quiz 193-4. Nursing Education Resources, Tampa, FL, USA. Electronic fetal heart rate monitoring (EFM) continues to be the primary method utilized for fetal assessment in the United States.

studied this book to take and pass the Registered Nurse Certification for Fetal Heart Monitoring. Very educational and easy to understand. Alot of information on the pathophysiology of decels.

FIGO consensus guidelines on intrapartum fetal monitoring: Intermittent auscultation. Functionality and acceptability of a wireless fetal heart rate monitoring device in term pregnant women in rural southwestern Uganda. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. Int J Gynecol Obstet. Citation: WHO Reproductive Health Library. WHO recommendation on intermittent fetal heart rate auscultation during labour. The WHO Reproductive Health Library; Geneva: World Health Organization.

Bonnie Flood-Chez, RN, MSN. Advanced Practice Strategies, LL. This module’s goal is to standardize the terminology and nomenclature of fetal heart rate monitoring in the context of a discussion on the various types of patterns seen on fetal strips and their clinical consequences. Advanced Practice Strategies, LLC. . The module is built around example fetal strips. Significant pattern characteristics are shown using animated strips annotated and narrated by Dr. Parnell. Other example strips are also annotated to highlight strip traits that will aid in pattern recognition.

July 1, 2009 - The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) has refined its definitions, classifications, and interpretations of fetal heart rate (FHR) monitoring and published the revised version of its guidelines in the July issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology (ACOG Practice Bulletin The revised recommendations are similar to those reached during the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child and Health Development. In fact, the rate of cerebral palsy has essentially remained the same since World War II despite fetal monitoring and all of our advancements in treatments and interventions.

Fetal heart rate monitoring measures the heart rate and rhythm of your baby (fetus). This lets your healthcare provider see how your baby is doing. Fetal heart rate monitoring is especially helpful if you have a high-risk pregnancy. Your healthcare provider may do fetal heart monitoring during late pregnancy and labor. Your pregnancy is high risk if you have diabetes or high blood pressure. It is also high risk if your baby is not developing or growing as it should. Fetal heart rate monitoring may be used to check how preterm labor medicines are affecting your baby. These are medicines are used to help keep labor from starting too early.

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