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Antenatal Testing

by Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG
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    The lecture Antenatal Testing by Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG is from the course Antenatal Care. It contains the following chapters:

    • Antenatal Testing
    • Non-Stress Test
    • Biophysical Profile
    • Contraction Stress Test

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    1. 2 accelerations of over 15 beats per minute from the baseline fetal heart rate, each lasting over 15 seconds, are seen on a 20 minute strip.
    2. 2 accelerations of 10 beats per minute from the baseline fetal heart rate, each lasting 15 seconds, are seen on a 20 minute strip.
    3. 2 accelerations of 15 beats per minute from the baseline fetal heart rate, each lasting over 15 seconds, are seen on a 30 minute strip.
    4. 1 acceleration of 15 beats per minute from the baseline fetal heart rate lasting 15 seconds is seen on a 10 minute strip.
    5. 1 acceleration of 20 beats per minute from the baseline fetal heart rate, lasting 30 seconds, is seen on a 20 minute strip.
    1. Umbilical artery doppler
    2. Fetal tone
    3. Fetal breathing
    4. Amniotic fluid volume
    5. External fetal heart rate monitoring
    1. 4/8, plan to deliver immediately
    2. 6/8, further testing recommended
    3. 6/10, plan to deliver
    4. 4/10, further testing required
    5. 8/10, fetal reassurance.
    1. If more than 50% of induced contractions are associated with late decelerations in the fetal heart rate over 10 minutes.
    2. If less than 50% of induced contractions of associated with late decelerations in the fetal heart rate over 10 minutes.
    3. If no accelerations are noted over a period of 20 minutes of monitoring.
    4. If greater than 2 accelerations are noted over a period of 20 minutes of monitoring.
    5. If there are no decelerations observed over 20 minutes.
    1. That there are no signs of fetal asphyxia
    2. That there are is normal fetal movement
    3. That there are no signs of fetal growth restriction
    4. That there is enough amniotic fluid
    5. That there is normal umbilical artery flow
    1. Perform an umbilical artery doppler to evaluate for increased resistance in the placenta
    2. Perform a non-stress test
    3. Perform a contraction stress test
    4. Perform a biophysical profile
    5. Advise the patient to quit smoking immediately

    Author of lecture Antenatal Testing

     Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG

    Veronica Gillispie, MD, FACOG


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