Fetal Surveillance in Critically Ill Obstetric Patient
Assessment of fetal well-being is important not only for high-risk patients but also for other pregnant women who might develop unexpected complications in the course of otherwise normal pregnancies.
KeywordsFetal Heart Rate Hemodynamic Monitoring Severe Preeclampsia Obstetric Patient Amniotic Fluid Embolism
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