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Should we stop telling well pregnant women to monitor fetal movements? How to use and interpret guidelines.
Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine Publications
  • Chris Del Mar, Bond University
  • Vivienne O'Connor, University of Queensland
Date of this Version
11-1-2004
Document Type
Editorial
Publication Details
Copyright BRITISH JOURNAL OF GENERAL PRACTICE
Del Mar C, O'Connor V. Should we stop telling well pregnant women to monitor fetal movements? How to use and interpret guidelines. Br J Gen Pract 2004;54 (508):810.
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Abstract

This editorial comments on the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines for monitoring fetal movements and the original trial upon which they are based. In view of the age of the trial it is suggested that a new study may be timely - perhaps even a review of all current methods developed to assess fetal wellbeing.

Citation Information
Chris Del Mar and Vivienne O'Connor. "Should we stop telling well pregnant women to monitor fetal movements? How to use and interpret guidelines." (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/vivienne_oconnor/1/