cardiotocograph


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cardiotocograph

 [kahr″de-o-to´ko-graf″]
the instrument used in cardiotocography.
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Prof Whittle suggests introducing computer systems to assist medical staff in their analysis of the cardiotocograph.
Her cardiotocograph showed normal foetal heart rate variability with a normal baseline and she was pushing effectively.
A cardiotocograph (CTG) was performed on the day of the consultation, but the specialist did not order any other fetal surveillance because he explained to Kelly that there is no specific fetal monitoring that can reliably foretell fetal outcome in obstetric cholestasis.
Dr Coughlin admitted she did not identify a significant change in a cardiotocograph trace showing contractions were too frequent.
On arrival at the delivery unit, cardiotocograph (CTG) showed reduced beat to beat variability with variable deceleration for which the mother underwent emergency lower segment cesarean section (LSCS) at 35 weeks of gestation.
A foetal cardiotocograph was not reassuring and showed reduced variability for over an hour.
The last 10 minutes was spent obtaining a cardiotocograph tracing.
A fetal cardiotocograph showed reduced variability and tachycardia.
Prior information notice without call for competition: Cardiotocograph (ctg) for twins with high sensitivity sensors - 8 pcs, Monitoring cardiotocographic system bed, Incl.
Use of a cardiotocograph has become routine in all high-risk cases.