(8) on over 400 pregnant women, 267 (66.75%) of the patients had reactive tracings
, 114 (28.5%) indeterminable tracings, and 19 (4.75%) ominous tracings.
They also found that abnormal admission test tracings were associated with increased caesarean delivery than reactive tracings group (p<0.04).
They took 600 antenatal patients, observed that non-reactive tracings were significantly associated with increased risk of instrumental vaginal delivery, caesarean section and poor fetal outcome than reactive tracings group (p=0.03) on efficacy of admission test in predicting neonatal outcome, their mode of delivery.
In reactive tracings group, only 45.7% of patients had caesarean delivery.