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- n. A technical means of recording the fetal heartbeat and uterine contractions during pregnancy, typically in the third trimester.
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Curzen P, Bekir JS, M.Lintock DG, Patel M. Reliability of cardiotocography in predicting babys condition at birth.
When she arrived at the unit she was attached to a cardiotocography machine to monitor her baby's heartbeat.
The first is a cardiotocography (CTG) machine which can monitor the heart beat of two babies at a time in the cases of multiple birth is now been put in to operation in the maternity unit.
Women who were examined with Doppler ultrasound were compared with those who had no Doppler or with those who had cardiotocography (CTG), which monitors the baby's heartbeat.
Last year he reported the hospital to the Department of Health after the death of Romy Feast, who was born by Caesarean section at the hospital in 2007 but died after her cardiotocography (CTG) was misinterpreted.
Deputy Coroner for Milton Keynes Thomas Osborne last year reported the hospital to the Department of Health after the death of baby Romy Feast, who was born by Caesarean section at the hospital in 2007 but died after her cardiotocography (CTG) was misinterpreted.
(cardiotocography) or even informed the consultant when her waters were manually broken and meconium was evident.