Foam stability test | definition of foam stability test by Medical dictionary
foam stability test
foam sta·bil·i·ty test
a test for fetal pulmonary maturity, determined by the ability of pulmonary surfactant in amniotic fluid to generate stable foam in the presence of ethanol after mechanical agitation.
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