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Author Gauge, Susan M., author

Title CTG made easy / Susan M. Gauge, with a contribution by Andrew Symon ; foreword by Tracey A. Johnston
Edition Fourth edition
Published Edinburgh : Churchill Livingstone/Elsevier, 2012
©2012

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 WATERFT HEALTH  618.320754 Gau/Ctg 2012  DUE 11-03-24
Description 165 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
regular print
Contents pt. 1 Assessing fetal well-being in labour -- Introduction -- Intermittent auscultation -- Continuous electronic fetal heart rate monitoring -- Adjuncts to CEFM for fetal surveillance -- Conclusion -- References -- pt. 2 Interpretation of the CTG -- Control of the fetal heart rate -- Interpretation of the CTG -- Features of the cardiotocograph -- Basic patterns -- Periodic changes -- Interpretation of the data -- Management of a suspicious CTG -- Management of a pathological CTG -- References -- pt. 3 Litigation and the CTG / Andrew Symon -- Introduction -- Background to CTG litigation -- The CTG in litigation -- Conclusion -- References -- pt. 4 Case studies -- Section 1 Normal -- Section 2 Bradycardia -- Section 3 Tachycardia -- Section 4 Reduced variability -- Section 5 Early decelerations -- Section 6 Late decelerations -- Section 7 Variable decelerations -- Section 8 Prolonged decelerations -- Section 9 Complex -- Section 10 Miscellaneous --pt. 5 Good practice guide -- Introduction -- Developing guidelines -- Audit -- Communication -- Training and development -- Supervisors of midwives -- Practical guides -- Risk assessment chart -- Web addresses -- References
Summary "An updated 4th edition of this popular title, teaching student midwives how to interpret CTGs. All midwives need to be able to interpret CTGs to assess fetal wellbeing, identify risk and inform decision making. The sections on litigation and risk management will be updated, as will NICE and RCOG guidelines. A major update for this edition will be to include an electronic version to enable an interactive response to the questions following each case study, and to allow for history notes to be written and stored. Online versions of the CTGs will also enable easy identification of the relevant features in each case. A second colour will also be introduced to the print to help highlight salient points. Clear layout and content Latest guidelines and legislation Structured format of Case History, CTG example, test questions, note-taking, analysis and outcomes." -- Publisher
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Audience Tertiary/Undergraduate, Postgraduate
Subject Fetal heart rate monitoring -- Case studies.
Cardiotocography -- methods.
Hypoxia -- prevention & control.
Heart Rate, Fetal.
Cardiotocography -- methods.
Genre/Form Case Reports.
Case studies.
Author Johnston, Tracey A., writer of supplementary textual content
Symon, Andrew, 1961- author
LC no. 2011008588
ISBN 9780702043499
9780702052149
(paperback: former ISBN)
Other Titles Cardiotocography made easy