Understanding congenital heart defects through abdominal fetal electrocardiography: case reports and clinical implications.

@article{Velayo2011UnderstandingCH,
  title={Understanding congenital heart defects through abdominal fetal electrocardiography: case reports and clinical implications.},
  author={Clarissa Velayo and Naoaki Sato and Takuya Ito and Hiroshi Chisaka and Nobuo Yaegashi and Kunihiro Okamura and Yoshitaka Kimura},
  journal={The journal of obstetrics and gynaecology research},
  year={2011},
  volume={37 5},
  pages={428-35}
}
AIMS Congenital heart defects are the most common fetal structural anomalies of which a significant number remain unrecognized during postnatal life. Fetal electrocardiography (FECG) is an ideal clinical tool to complement ultrasonography for the screening and management of these cases where early and accurate diagnoses would allow definite rather than palliative treatment. The objective of this report was to correlate the particular FECG results found with the different types of congenital… CONTINUE READING