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Pathophysiology for Fetal Monitoring Strips

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Pathophysiology for Fetal Monitoring Strips

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Presented By: Martin November, M.D., MBA, FACOG
September 2009

Focused on the pathophysiology of fetal monitoring strips, this presentation makes the connection between maternal fetal circulation from a physiologic perspective and defines how it relates to fetal monitoring tracing. This connection is what is often missing from fetal assessments and can inhibit a labor and delivery team from appropriately managing and responding to their patients.

This presentation discusses how a tracing relates to fetal well-being and identifies the physiologic changes that would cause a change in the fetal tracing, including variable decelerations, prolonged decelerations, bradycardia and tachycardia. The webinar demonstrates these presentations through exploration and discussion of strip examples.

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WHO SHOULD WATCH

Your entire healthcare team will benefit from this session so please be sure to tune in.

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For OB inquiries, please contact Lisa Matheny at (818) 507-9648 or lisa.matheny@betahg.com.

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