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Joint RCOG/FSRH statement on developing 4D imaging technology and its implications on fetal sentience
technology have meant that doctors are now better able to monitor fetal development through 4D ultrasound. Better quality images ... check on progress in fetal growth. However, 4D imaging does not increase our scientific understanding of fetal awareness.
TOG release: Women with pre-eclampsia are at higher risk of complications following childbirth, says a new review
Women with pre-eclampsia are at a higher risk of ... complications following delivery and should continue to be monitored for up to 72 hours, suggests a new review published today (11/01/13)
RCOG statement on maternal position during the first stage of labour
the first stage of labour. Fetal monitoring need not interfere with mobility. Intermittent monitoring of the baby is recommended ... women, while high-risk women may require continuous monitoring. Fetal monitoring equipment can be attached by a lead that allows for
RCOG statement: NHS England publish Saving Babies’ Lives care bundle
cessation, growth restriction, reduced fetal movements and effective intrapartum fetal monitoring. “The RCOG Each Baby Counts project ... intrapartum term stillbirths and will be one of many ways to monitor the impact of the care bundle. We will also be leading the new
RCOG statement on the NHSLA report ‘10 Years of Maternity Claims’
information so that maternity services can put in place robust monitoring and risk identification systems to prevent them from recurring ... innovation and harness new technologies, eg. electronic fetal monitoring, to improve outcomes. The RCOG welcomes this report and
RCOG statement on the Channel 4 Dispatches programme ‘Undercover mother’ (Monday 23 July 2007)
be provided, including the appropriate antenatal checks to monitor fetal development and growth to identify and prevent problems. ... This may apply to some hospitals in the UK and needs to be monitored by reviewing the risk incidents and complaints. The challenge
RCOG joins forces with the PROMPT Maternity Foundation to deliver training overseas
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and the Prompt Maternity Foundation (PMF) have signed an agreement ... sepsis, major obstetric haemorrhage, shoulder dystocia and fetal monitoring in labour. The training is relevant for midwives, nurses
Managing the birth of extremely premature babies is complex and requires shared decision making
induction of labour, the different interventions for delivery, fetal monitoring during labour, cord clamping, resuscitation and long term ... factors, states the opinion paper. These include parental wishes, fetal wellbeing, evaluation of gestational age, birth weight, clinical
RCOG statement on ‘Time of birth and risk of neonatal death at term: retrospective cohort study’ (BMJ, 16 July 2010)
from the National Patient Safety Agency shows that most severe fetal compromise incidents occur between 20.00 to 04.00hrs.1 Much of ... training may not be fully trained to interpret subtle changes in fetal heart rate tracings (CTG) which are the early signs of a baby
New guideline for managing thalassaemia in pregnancy announced at the RCOG World Congress in India
higher risk of maternal cardiomyopathy and diabetes as well as fetal growth restriction. Most women with thalassaemia will also require ... should be considered if there are signs of worsening anaemia or fetal growth restriction. Furthermore, monthly check-ups throughout

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