electronic fetal monitor

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an electronic monitor that monitors fetal heartbeat and the mother's uterine contractions during childbirth

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Patton's complete set of interoperable EFM devices offers customers a single-vendor, one-stop shop for implementing carrier, campus and industrial networks over existing copper cable.
Proscend EFM solution meets the needs in high-speed data transmission without large cost as fibre leased line.
Kepware's EFM Suite for KEPServerEX is a collection of drivers and Electronic Flow Measurement (EFM) exporters that enable Oil & Gas companies to poll real-time and historical EFM data from pipeline flow computers and RTUs.
An imperative within the EFM succession plan is to find someone who understands the duality of the corporate mission.
EFM says it can perform up to 68 deicing operations per hour on aircraft types that range in size from a Learjet to an Airbus A380.
The services provided by EFM to MoF Include managing facilities of the Ministry in accordance with the terms of engineering services memo.
The first stop for EFMs wishing to accompany their spouse or partner to an AIP post is the NEA/SCA bureaus' EFM coordinators, who guide them through the application process, provide information about what it's like to work at post and respond to questions.
According to Jim Davies, research director of Gartner, EFM tools have three key benefits.
These preliminary uses of EFM for generating PNC indicated that (1) the equilibrium thermodynamics decides whether exfoliation is possible or not; (2) compounding has the kinetic role--it facilitates exfoliation--provided that the system is thermodynamically miscible; and (3) owing to a different dispersive mechanism of organoclay aggregates (in comparison to that one liquid in another) the flow geometry, i.
The benefits to family members and sponsors will be apparent from the moment they access the Web page," said Marcia Hagood, senior EFM program analyst.
At the National Maternity Hospital in Dublin, Ireland, 8,580 women admitted to the delivery ward received either admission EFM for twenty minutes or the unit's usual care consisting of intermittent auscultation of the fetal heartbeat using a stethoscope.
These will include EFM, said Lord Eglinton, the investment trust's chairman.
Underpinning its research function, the EFM brings together academics and private sector product developers with the aim of improving the city's currently limited employment opportunities.
Soon after its development in the 1960s, EFM replaced intermittent auscultation as the standard of care in the obstetrical community.
It all seemed so logical that EFM quickly becomne commonplace delivery room technology, without any research that conclusively proved that this new technique was indeed more beneficial than intermittent auscultation.