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- n. A flexible fiberoptic device used to view a fetus in utero.
- n. A type of stethoscope designed for listening to the fetal heartbeat.
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- n. a flexible fibreoptic device used to view a foetus in the womb
- n. a form of stethoscope for listening to the foetal heartbeat
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- n. a stethoscope placed on the pregnant woman's abdomen to listen for the fetal heartbeat
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•A fetoscope is a stethoscope with a large head designed for listening to fetal heartbeats.
Some doctors are experimenting with an instrument called the fetoscope, an ultrasound-guided tube, to fix a fetal condition that leads to underdeveloped lungs.
In this procedure, using a viewing instrument called a fetoscope, the fetal surgeon employs a laser to seal off the blood vessels that carry hazardous blood flow between the two fetuses. muscular dystrophy.
In this procedure, using a viewing instrument called a fetoscope, the fetal surgeon employs a laser to seal off the blood vessels that carry hazardous blood flow between the two fetuses.
A surgical procedure in which a fetoscope (a thin tube with a light and camera lens on one end) is inserted through the mother's abdominal wall into the uterus.
An procedure in which a fetoscope (a thin tube with a light and camera lens at one end) is inserted through the mother's abdomen into the uterus.
Through this sheath, an instrument that contained a 2-mm fetoscope (surgical telescope) and two small side channels to allow infusion and drainage of fluid as well as passage of the laser fiber was inserted, and the placenta was examined until the site where this recipient twin's umbilical cord inserted into the placenta was identified.
Once the epidural has taken effect, her abdomen is prepped with an antibacterial solution and a trochar is placed into the amniotic space to allow the introduction of instruments, such as a small camera (fetoscope) and a coagulation device into the amniotic cavity.
He would have the fetoscope audio up before, and during, each procedure.
A great deal of research done well after EFM was introduced compares fetoscope and Doppler use with continuous EFM.