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EFM

(Ethernet in the First Mile) Using Ethernet to provide connectivity from the customer to the carrier. See 802.3ah.
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A randomized controlled trial of intrapartum electronic fetal monitoring versus intermittent auscultation, Obstet Gynecol.
For a sample of the professional debate, see the letters to the editor in Electronic Fetal Monitoring in Predicting Cerebral Palsy, 335 NEW ENG.
The policy against which current practice was measured is, "The Intrapartum Electronic Fetal Monitoring (EFM) and Fetal Blood Sampling (FBS) Policy", issued by the DHB in October 2003 and reviewed in October 2005.
A recent NAPW case involved a woman who rejected electronic fetal monitoring and asked that a nurse use a stethoscope instead.
How could they do this with no electronic fetal monitoring and no pitocin IVS?
These include Physical Assessment of the Neonate, Induction of Labor, and The Nurse's Role in Electronic Fetal Monitoring.
Ranked number one in the 2008 KLAS([R]) report* on labor and delivery systems, the OBIX Perinatal Data System is a comprehensive, computerized system for central, bedside and remote electronic fetal monitoring (EFM).
PeriCALM Tracings offers advanced electronic fetal monitoring (EFM) surveillance and archiving with annotation on the strip, evidence-based analysis at bedside, and simultaneous viewing of current fetal heart rate and labor progress, as well a view of two hours of data.
I would add to these the reliance on electronic fetal monitoring, which has not changed the cerebral palsy rate one iota and has never been shown to be superior to intermittent auscultation.
Let me take a simple example: continuous electronic fetal monitoring.
Electronic fetal monitoring lies at the crux of our efforts to assess fetal well-being and detect intrapartum fetal compromise.

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