Significance of velocimetry as a monitor of fetal assessment and management.

@article{Echizenya1989SignificanceOV,
  title={Significance of velocimetry as a monitor of fetal assessment and management.},
  author={N Echizenya and A Kagiya and T Tachizaki and Yoshiko Saito},
  journal={Fetal therapy},
  year={1989},
  volume={4 4},
  pages={188-94}
}
Using pulsed Doppler ultrasound velocimetry, we set out to examine (a) the significance of velocimetry as a monitor of fetal management (including fetal therapy), and (b) the correlation between the occurrence of abnormal blood flow values and perinatal morbidity. We compared the incidence of abnormal values between a control group of normal pregnant women (59 cases) and an 'abnormal pregnancy' group (60 cases), composed of patients exhibiting maternal complications, IUGR, and fetal distress… CONTINUE READING