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Ways to optimize chronic monitoring and acute fetal hypoxemia

HEALTH OF WOMAN. 2018.10(136):48–50; doi 10.15574/HW.2018.136.48
Oshovskiy V. I.
Medical Center LLC «Uniclinika», Kyiv

The article provides the arguments for the necessity of finding new criteria for controlling the fetal state in the high perinatal risk group. The new monitoring parameters were proposed as well.

Key words: hypoxemia, acidosis, fetus, monitoring.

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