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foetal

(fēt′l)
adj. Chiefly British
Variant of fetal.

foetal

See fetus.

fe·tal

(fē'tăl)
1. Relating to a fetus;
2. Development in utero after the eighth week.
Synonym(s): foetal.

fe·tal

(fē'tăl)
1. Relating to a fetus.
2. In utero development after the eighth week.

Patient discussion about foetal

Q. How dangerous bipolar can get? it is not a fetal disease , is in it?

A. No it not a fatal disease. If treated properly by a doctor and with proper monitoring by both you and you doctor thier should be no problem. I have been being treated for this for at least 20yrs now and I have learned the signs to look for when I need help. You can do this. Have faith..

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information on knowledge of foetal movement monitoring in relation to perinatal outcome.
knowledge on foetal heart monitoring in relation to perinatal outcome
Foetal movement as experienced by mothers is a valuable indicator of foetal wellbeing.
Only 39% of mothers attended prenatal education classes which may have exposed them to some information on foetal movement monitoring.
Part 2 of Table 1 shows that a high percentage (71%) of mothers perceived foetal movements at 4-6 months whereas seven (7%) perceived foetal movements only at 7-9 months gestation.
Part 3 of Table 1 summarises the mothers' knowledge of foetal movement monitoring.
coping skills when monitoring foetal movements at home.
Part 5 of Table 1 summarises information on support given to mothers on foetal movement monitoring.
In conclusion, the findings of this study directly call for appropriate intervention of making information on foetal movements monitoring available to all mothers before and during pregnancy.
PROPOSED HEALTH EDUCATION CONTENT ON FOETAL MOVEMENTS MONITORING TO BE GIVEN TO MOTHERS