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Fetal facial reactions and response decrement patterns to external noise stimulation were studied to characterize normal fetal neurobehavior in the third trimester. Response decrement, or habituation, is thought to reflect higher central nervous system function. Two hundred women with uncomplicated pregnancies, who were subsequently delivered of healthy(More)
  • R Depp
  • 1995
Perinatal asphyxia, whether prenatal, intrapartum, or neonatal is thought to be a significant contributor to newborn morbidity and mortality as well as long-term neurological deficits. Development of an intrapartum tool/test that can reliably identify and discriminate between varying degrees of fetal acidemia and suggest whether it is respiratory or(More)
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