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A Critique of Fetal Surveillance Tests

Created:   6/20/2012
Contains:  11 items
Volume 45, Number 4, December 2002
Maurice L. Druzin, MD, Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California

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Foreword

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Fetal Biophysical Profile: A Critical Appraisal

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Nonstress Test: Evidence-Based Use in High-Risk Pregnancy

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Antenatal Evaluation of the Fetus Using Fetal Movement Monitoring

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Continued Utility of the Contraction Stress Test?

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Doppler Evaluation of the Fetus

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Sonographic Evaluation of Amniotic Fluid Volume

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Invasive Procedures to Evaluate the Fetus

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External Stimuli

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Putting It All Together

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Review Questions

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