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EFM

abbr.
electronic fetal monitor

EFM

abbreviation for electronic fetal monitor.

EFM

External fetal monitor, see there.

electronic fetal monitoring

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EFM

The use of an electronic device to monitor vital signs of the fetus.
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We further investigated the possibility of using PCL-PDA EFM as a potential sensor to detect adulterated gasoline.
Prior to developing the Simulated EFM App, the primary sources for educators to simulate EFM interpretation were costly manikins.
Patton's implementation of EFM technology bonds up to 4 twisted pairs (8 wires) into a single high-speed communications channel that delivers transmission speeds up to 22.
Cindy Jones-Pettiford, who handles the EFM portfolio in Islamabad, said she felt well prepared for her work as an HR officer in Pakistan.
In the numerous RCTs on this topic, intrapartum EFM was compared head-to-head with a standardized protocol of intermittent auscultation, whereas the comparison group in the current study was women who did not receive EFM.
The EFM solutions now enable surveys to be conducted cost-effectively over a larger sample size and more frequently with immediate and actionable results, with both strategic and operational benefit.
Gartner estimates that at least 10 percent of current feedback technology deployments involve EFM tools, with another 35 percent of enterprises considering the adoption of an EFM system in the near future.
These preliminary uses of EFM for generating PNC indicated that (1) the equilibrium thermodynamics decides whether exfoliation is possible or not; (2) compounding has the kinetic role--it facilitates exfoliation--provided that the system is thermodynamically miscible; and (3) owing to a different dispersive mechanism of organoclay aggregates (in comparison to that one liquid in another) the flow geometry, i.
The EFM project builds on previous USDOT and industry-sponsored operational tests that used biometric smart cards and electronic data exchange to move freight more efficiently and securely.
Through the Internet, EFM officials said they have improved a program designed to meat the needs of the Navy members and their families by putting the "right person in the right place at the right time.
At the National Maternity Hospital in Dublin, Ireland, 8,580 women admitted to the delivery ward received either admission EFM for twenty minutes or the unit's usual care consisting of intermittent auscultation of the fetal heartbeat using a stethoscope.