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    Maternity Unit Adopts Latest Technology

    Monday, April 30, 2018 Huntleigh-Healthcare Diagnostics Comments (0)

    The maternity unit at University Hospital of Wales (UHW), Cardiff, UK, adopts the latest technology to enhance routine antenatal screening of fetal heart rate. Senior midwifery staff at the hospital have been working with local industry to develop a new handheld fetal Doppler which, in addition to the conventional numeric display of fetal heart rate, now has a trace view screen which it was felt would add value in enhancing the proces ..

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    Avoiding CTG Misinterpretation

    Tuesday, June 27, 2017 Huntleigh-Healthcare Diagnostics Comments (0)

    WHAT IS DAWES-REDMAN CTG ANALYSIS? It is a unique software tool which provides a numeric analysis of the CTG trace and a robust interpretation based on the worldrenowned Dawes-Redman Criteria. This is the result of the largest study of its type ever undertaken, conducted by Professors Dawes, Redman et al, at Oxford University. WHY IS IT NEEDED? Because the traditional approach of assessing a trace by eye is based on  ..

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