Computerized assessment of fetal behavioral states.

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Fetal heart rate and fetal movements provide information on the fetal condition. In the near term human fetus, four behavioural states have been described based upon heart rate patterns and presence or absence of eye and body movements. For our studies concerning fetal physiology as well as the influence of maternal antiepileptic medication and the effects… (More)

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@article{Caron1988ComputerizedAO, title={Computerized assessment of fetal behavioral states.}, author={François Caron and Herman P van Geijn and Emmy E van Woerden and Jan J. T. M. Swartjes and R. Mantel}, journal={Journal of perinatal medicine}, year={1988}, volume={16 4}, pages={365-72} }