Sampling Rate of Heart Rate Variability Impacts the Ability to Detect Acidemia in Ovine Fetuses Near-Term

@inproceedings{Durosier2014SamplingRO,
  title={Sampling Rate of Heart Rate Variability Impacts the Ability to Detect Acidemia in Ovine Fetuses Near-Term},
  author={Lucien Daniel Durosier and Geoffrey Green and Izmail Batkin and Andrew J. E. Seely and Michael G. Ross and Bryan S. Richardson and Martin G. Frasch},
  booktitle={Front. Pediatr.},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND To evaluate the impact of sampling rate on the predictive capability of continuous fetal heart rate (FHR) variability (fHRV) monitoring for detecting fetal acidemia during labor, we tested the performance of the root mean square of successive differences (RMSSD) in R-R intervals from the ECG when acquired with the sampling rate of 4 Hz currently available in FHR monitors, in comparison to the gold standard of 1000 Hz. METHODS Near-term ovine fetuses (N = 9) were chronically… CONTINUE READING
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