Lower PI values were suggestive of fetal hypoxia
. Doppler velocimetry can be a useful prenatal test for the patients with IUGR.
Therefore reduced birth weight reported for Saudi high altitude babies appeared to be not mediated by fetal hypoxia
, but possibly by other mechanisms induced by placental hypoxia.
Oxygen and placental villous development: origins of fetal hypoxia
Kaufmann, "Oxygen and placental villous development: origins of fetal hypoxia
," Placenta, vol.
Electronic Fetal Monitoring (EFM) reduces the risk of intrapartum fetal death from fetal hypoxia
and prevents about one prenatal death per 1000 births.
It leads to the deterioration of placental hemodynamics and the first signs of fetal hypoxia
. Structural and functional changes in the placentas were revealed in case of bacterial, fungal and other infections of mother genitals.
The death of fetus in present case may be attributed to delay in presentation leading to fetal hypoxia
due to separation of fetal membranes.
All three, from Caerphilly, claim negligence by nursing sta at Aneurin Bevan Local Health Board caused "fetal hypoxia
," meaning the unborn child was deprived of an adequate supply of oxygen.
Decreases in maternal blood pressure have been related to fetal hypoxia
and acidosis .
A Machine-Learning Approach to the Detection of Fetal Hypoxia
during Labor and Delivery by Philip A.
Israilova in the certificate of authorship No 4807122/14 "Fetal hypoxia
model" by the content of carboxyhemoglobin and acid-base balance profile.
Nearly 30% of neonatal deaths in South Africa are described to avoidable fetal hypoxia
, common to under-resourced countries.