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Joint RCOG/FSRH statement on developing 4D imaging technology and its implications on fetal sentience
Advances in modern technology have meant that doctors are now better able to monitor fetal ... development through 4D ultrasound. Better quality images are now helping doctors to 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
RCOG statement on maternal position during the first stage of labour
different mixture of medication, providing pain relief while limiting loss of sensation in the legs. It is consequently possible for most women to choose pain relief and to remain mobile during the first stage of labour. Fetal ... of the baby is recommended for low-risk women, while high-risk women may require continuous monitoring. Fetal monitoring equipment
RCOG statement: NHS England publish Saving Babies’ Lives care bundle
believe a difference can be made; smoking cessation, growth restriction, reduced fetal movements and effective intrapartum fetal monitoring ... collects data on all intrapartum term stillbirths and will be one of many ways to monitor the impact of the care bundle. We will also be leading
RCOG statement on the NHSLA report ‘10 Years of Maternity Claims’
. There is the need to increase investment in research and innovation and harness new technologies, eg. electronic fetal monitoring, to improve outcomes. The RCOG welcomes ... patient handover and developing standards in maternity and in gynaecological care. The RCOG’s e-learning for fetal heart monitoring was developed with other professionals to
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 affirming their ... . Topics covered include maternal sepsis, major obstetric haemorrhage, shoulder dystocia and fetal monitoring
RCOG release: Weight loss surgery improves female fertility
receive specialist care throughout their pregnancy, including dietetic support, weight monitoring, close observation of fetal growth and monitoring for gestational diabetes. During neonatal care, careful monitoring ... , have not worked. The authors advise that pregnant women who undergo bariatric surgery
Teamwork in maternity units key to reducing baby deaths and brain injuries
Adherence to best practice on fetal monitoring and neonatal care also identified as crucial ... these incidents in the future.   The recommendations are aimed at doctors and midwives working in maternity units across the UK and centre around: Fetal monitoring
RCOG/RCM joint statement in response to MBRRACE-UK report on stillbirths
left severely disabled as a result of incidents occurring during term labour by 2020. The project has had a 100% participation rate with UK NHS Hospital Trusts. Fetal monitoring ... as significant issue and the RCM/RCOG are committed to supporting improved learning in this area. Earlier this year, the RCM and RCOG published a
Each Baby Counts report finds solutions to tackle baby deaths and brain injuries
in the future.  These recommendations are aimed at doctors and midwives working in maternity units across the UK and centre around fetal monitoring, neonatal care ... our final report includes suggestions for implementation and links to resources to help translate our findings into practical improvements to care. “The RCOG is committed to regularly reporting and monitoring

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