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EFM

abbr.
electronic fetal monitor
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EFM

External fetal monitor, see there.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

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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In the medical literature, there have only been a few well-designed studies evaluating the impact on EFM and ultrasound on fetal death.
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For now, just as we increasingly appreciate that tracings have a transient nature and should be considered with two lenses --one looking back in time and one looking forward --we have a growing sense that EFM should not be interpreted without consideration of clinical factors.
The MB was diluted to 2 wt% NC using a SSE or SSE + EFM. The dilution was performed using a SSE (Davis-Standard) or SSE + EFM.
According to EFM James Radnor, a GSO administrative assistant, EFMs who come as a couple with their FSO spouse get better housing.
Previous reported analytical force models were only applicable to samples with lateral homogeneity higher than EFM resolution [17].
4 displays the effect of commercial gasoline treatment of the PCL-PDA EFM for 120 s.
The new procedures verified that the EFM was calculating data correctly, based on AGA flow-equation factors.
Effectively helping parents understand the technology and equipment used in EFM occurs by displaying the monitor, belts, transducers, and visual images of the equipment.
Proscend EFM solution meets the needs in high-speed data transmission without large cost as fibre leased line.
* Category 1 (enrollment for monitoring purposes): The EFM needs are not severe, but warrant enrollment in the event of an acute exacerbation.