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Doppler Dynamics and Their Complex Interrelation With Fetal Oxygen Pressure, Carbon Dioxide Pressure, and pH in Growth-Retarded Fetuses.

AKALIN-SEL, TÜLIN MD; NICOLAIDES, KYPROS H. MRCOG; PEACOCK, JANET PhD; CAMPBELL, STUART FRCOG

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Objective: To evaluate the relation between fetal oxygen pressure (PO2), carbon dioxide pressure (PCO2), pH, and 19 fetomaternal Doppler indices that reflect the circulatory changes in growth-retarded fetuses.

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