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Recognition and significance of maternogenic fetal acidosis during intensive monitoring of labor

Journal of Perinatal Medicine

Jan 1, 1975

G D RoversiM Spennacchio

PMID: 480

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Abstract

FHR monitoring and microanalysis of fetal blood are mutually complementary procedures, and optimal knowledge of the fetal state is achieved by making use of both, the former for the preliminary screening of all cases at risk and the latter for the purpose of deciding on obstetric manage...read more

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Amniotic Fluid - Specimen Type
Meconium Staining
Veins
Acidosis
Mother and Fetus
Obstetric Labor Complications
Bradycardia
Fetal Blood
Fetal Acidosis
Entire Fetus
Paper Details
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  • Recognition and significance of maternogenic fetal acidosis during intensive monitoring of labor

    Journal of Perinatal Medicine

    Jan 1, 1975

    G D RoversiM Spennacchio

    PMID: 480

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    Abstract

    FHR monitoring and microanalysis of fetal blood are mutually complementary procedures, and optimal knowledge of the fetal state is achieved by making use of both, the former for the preliminary screening of all cases at risk and the latter for the purpose of deciding on obstetric manage...read more

    Mentioned in this Paper

    Amniotic Fluid - Specimen Type
    Meconium Staining
    Veins
    Acidosis
    Mother and Fetus
    Paper Details
    References
    • References8
    • Citations4
    • References8
    • Citations4
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