home uterine activity monitoring


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home uterine activity monitoring

Obstetrics A form of prenatal maternal care in which a ♀ in late pregnancy–24 to 36 wks–attaches an external tocodynamometer over the uterus twice a day for 1–2 hrs; the recording is transmitted by telephone to a central station. See Deceleration.
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that currently operates a network of 116 offices in 29 states, and recently acquired Americare, a fast-growing Wisconsin-based provider of home health care services, home infusion therapy, home uterine activity monitoring and home medical equipment products.
In June, Olsten Kimberly QualityCare acquired Americare, a fast-growing Wisconsin-based provider of home health care services, home infusion therapy, home uterine activity monitoring and home medical equipment products and services covering 29 counties and serving 4,000 patients.
NYSE:OLS), has acquired Americare, a fast-growing Wisconsin-based provider of home health care services, home infusion therapy, home uterine activity monitoring and home medical equipment products and services covering 29 counties and serving 4,000 patients through five offices.
Abbey Women's Health Services, which began at the onset of 1994, provides a comprehensive range of maternity services including tocolytic therapy, home uterine activity monitoring (HUAM) and perinatal nursing.
It appears that the continued controversy relating to home uterine activity monitoring and tocolytic therapy, combined with general concerns about healthcare reform and managed care initiatives, have caused physicians to be more conservative in their use of our preterm labor management services.