Reduced fetal movements

@inproceedings{Heazell2012ReducedFM,
  title={Reduced fetal movements},
  author={Alexander E P Heazell},
  year={2012}
}
The association between a reduction in fetal movements (RFM) and stillbirth has been noted for at least 450 years. This was formalised from the 1970s onwards in a series of studies that noted the increased incidence of stillbirth and FGR in women presenting with RFM, which in some cases preceded intrauterine fetal death by several days. Interpretation of the literature relating RFM to stillbirth and FGR is complicated by differences in studies’ definitions of RFM and FGR [1]. Nevertheless, the… CONTINUE READING

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