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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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The fetal monitor continued to show that the baby was not tolerating labor.
Just because the electronic fetal monitor can detect an abnormal heart rate pattern, should we intervene, and what approaches should we employ?
Tracings of FHR and UA are displayed onto a primary fetal monitor.
The court held, inter alia, that because the plaintiff was at a significant disadvantage in proving his claim due to the absence of the fetal monitor strips, the plaintiff was entitled to an adverse inference charge at trial with respect to the fetal heart monitor strips.
At New Cross the team has also purchased a wireless fetal monitor in line with the commitment to keeping women mobile whilst in labour and this works well with the new equipment.
A unique CLNC[R] service I offer to my attorney-clients and to other CLNC[R]s is a fetal monitor strip interpretation report.
Prior to doing my obstetric/gynecological rotation, I had read in my medical textbook that using an electronic fetal monitor during delivery did not reduce the most serious complication (cerebral palsy) of hypoxia, and in fact, using the fetal monitor only increased the risk of unnecessary C-sections.
The plaintiffs second theory of negligence (that UCH's nurses' failure to timely place a fetal monitor allegedly caused Marshawn's injury) could have equally supported a verdict finding UCH liable.
Julia, 36, who is expecting boy and girl twins in January, was hooked up to a fetal monitor.
On admission, the hospital attached the patient to a fetal monitor, which continuously printed a strip to chart fetal heartbeat and uterine contractions to monitor for fetal asphyxia and optimize delivery.
This study shows that intermittent auscultation of the fetal heart during labour with a fetal monitor is more acceptable to labouring women than monitoring with a Pinard fetal stethoscope.
The court held, inter alia, that since both the plaintiffs and defendant doctor had been equally affected by the loss of the fetal monitor strips, neither party could be said to have reaped an unfair advantage over the other.