reactive tracing

reactive tracing

A recording of the fetal heart rate in which normal accelerations of the fetal heart rate are observed during fetal movement.
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(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.
In low risk group, 48 patients had reactive tracings and two patients had NRAT 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.
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