Antepartal and Intrapartal Fetal Monitoring: Third Edition

* Read * Antepartal and Intrapartal Fetal Monitoring: Third Edition by Michelle Murray PhD RNC ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB. Antepartal and Intrapartal Fetal Monitoring: Third Edition Murrays seminars and certification classes, as well as how to purchase copies of her Fetal Monitoring in Clinical Practice Multimedia Interactive CD-Rom package, please visit her website at fetalmonitoring. has been one of the major resources in fetal monitoring since its inception.This book will help move us out of the 20th century and into the 21st.--Doodys Book Review ServiceDesigned for labor and delivery nurses, nurse midwives, nurses cross-training in L&D, and Ob/G

Antepartal and Intrapartal Fetal Monitoring: Third Edition

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Rating : 4.59 (964 Votes)
Asin : 0826132626
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 544 Pages
Publish Date : 2014-05-20
Language : English

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Murray's seminars and certification classes, as well as how to purchase copies of her Fetal Monitoring in Clinical Practice Multimedia Interactive CD-Rom package, please visit her website at fetalmonitoring. has been one of the major resources in fetal monitoring since its inception.This book will help move us out of the 20th century and into the 21st."--Doody's Book Review ServiceDesigned for labor and delivery nurses, nurse midwives, nurses cross-training in L&D, and Ob/Gyn nurses and physicians, this workbook is a step-by-step guide to using the equipment and identifying FHR pattern components and the significance of those components. Everything you need to know to enable you to identify the common signs of fetal well-being and the indicators of fetal compromise are in

"OUTDATED!!" according to Carol Miro. I have just received the OUTDATED!! I have just received the 3rd edition with a 2007 publishing date. On review of the references for the first OUTDATED!! Carol Miro I have just received the 3rd edition with a 2007 publishing date. On review of the references for the first 4 chapters, I have not found one newer than 1996. The reference for MAS is the AHA dated 1992. Meconium management has changed greatly in the last 15 years. In 1997, NICHD published guidelines for the standardization of EFM language. These have been adopted by ACOG and AWHONN. This language is not used. ACOG published a postition paper on fetal monitoring in 2005, also not mentioned. The tracings are wonderful, but the 3rd edition appears to not have been updated at all. Save your money- if y. chapters, I have not found one newer than 1996. The reference for MAS is the AHA dated 1992. Meconium management has changed greatly in the last 15 years. In 1997, NICHD published guidelines for the standardization of EFM language. These have been adopted by ACOG and AWHONN. This language is not used. ACOG published a postition paper on fetal monitoring in 2005, also not mentioned. The tracings are wonderful, but the 3rd edition appears to not have been updated at all. Save your money- if y. rd edition with a 2007 publishing date. On review of the references for the first OUTDATED!! Carol Miro I have just received the 3rd edition with a 2007 publishing date. On review of the references for the first 4 chapters, I have not found one newer than 1996. The reference for MAS is the AHA dated 1992. Meconium management has changed greatly in the last 15 years. In 1997, NICHD published guidelines for the standardization of EFM language. These have been adopted by ACOG and AWHONN. This language is not used. ACOG published a postition paper on fetal monitoring in 2005, also not mentioned. The tracings are wonderful, but the 3rd edition appears to not have been updated at all. Save your money- if y. chapters, I have not found one newer than 1996. The reference for MAS is the AHA dated 1992. Meconium management has changed greatly in the last 15 years. In 1997, NICHD published guidelines for the standardization of EFM language. These have been adopted by ACOG and AWHONN. This language is not used. ACOG published a postition paper on fetal monitoring in 2005, also not mentioned. The tracings are wonderful, but the OUTDATED!! I have just received the 3rd edition with a 2007 publishing date. On review of the references for the first OUTDATED!! Carol Miro I have just received the 3rd edition with a 2007 publishing date. On review of the references for the first 4 chapters, I have not found one newer than 1996. The reference for MAS is the AHA dated 1992. Meconium management has changed greatly in the last 15 years. In 1997, NICHD published guidelines for the standardization of EFM language. These have been adopted by ACOG and AWHONN. This language is not used. ACOG published a postition paper on fetal monitoring in 2005, also not mentioned. The tracings are wonderful, but the 3rd edition appears to not have been updated at all. Save your money- if y. chapters, I have not found one newer than 1996. The reference for MAS is the AHA dated 1992. Meconium management has changed greatly in the last 15 years. In 1997, NICHD published guidelines for the standardization of EFM language. These have been adopted by ACOG and AWHONN. This language is not used. ACOG published a postition paper on fetal monitoring in 2005, also not mentioned. The tracings are wonderful, but the 3rd edition appears to not have been updated at all. Save your money- if y. rd edition appears to not have been updated at all. Save your money- if y. Wandering Soul said This is the perfect book for all Labor & Delivery nurses!. This book is full of information needed by all Labor & Delivery nurses, new and experienced. I had the prior edition and decided on purchasing the new edition for a review. Money well spent.. Giadee said Good review process. I found this to be very helpful. Definitions have changed, and this helped me to memorize them and express them.

"Although the accurate interpretation of a fetal heart rate tracing is paramount to the care of the laboring patient, it remains one of the more difficult skills to master. One must learn to appreciate subtle changes in the baseline rate, short-term variability, and patterns of decelerations to determine that the tracing is nonreassuring.The third edition of Antepartal and Intrapartal Fetal Monitoring is an excellent tool to begin the process of understanding the basics as well as the more advanced aspects of fetal heart rate monitoring. This book also deserves a special place on the front shelf of the seasoned practitioner as a useful reference text.In addition, the protocols and procedures found in the appendix are applicable to clinical practices that include fetal monitors

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