Definition of Fetal monitor
1. Noun. An electronic monitor that monitors fetal heartbeat and the mother's uterine contractions during childbirth.
Generic synonyms: Monitor
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Literary usage of Fetal monitor
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1. Current Issues in Women's Health: An FDA Consumer Special Report by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"The heartbeat can be monitored by a caregiver with a special stethoscope called a fetoscope or by an electronic fetal monitor. ing a C-section the baby will ..."
2. Risk Management and Medical Liability: A Manual for Indian Health Service by Stephen W. Heath (1998)
"... initial and date all ECG rhythm strips, fetal monitor strips etc. while they are running. Whenever medications are given or other actions are taken that ..."
3. In a Family Way by Rochelle Hollander Schwab (1995)
"The fetal monitor showed no sign of distress; the baby's heartbeat was well within the normal range. "Try walking a little, honey," the nurse told her. ..."
4. Missing Links: Gender Equity in Science and Technology for Development by Gender Working Group (1995)
"For example, why is the electronic fetal monitor firmly established in obstetrical practice despite the evidence of harm to pregnant women? ..."