New publication about ST Analysis in AJOG!

Please take part of the European Association of Perinatal Medicine, Fetal electrocardiography ST analysis for intrapartum monitoring: A critical appraisal of conflicting evidence and the way forward.
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Amer-Wåhlin I, Ugwumadu A, Yli BM, Kwee A, Timonen S, Cole V, Ayres-de-Campos D, Roth GE, Schwarz C, Ramenghi LA, Todros T, Ehlinger V, Vayssiere C; Study Group of Intrapartum Fetal Monitoring (European Association of Perinatal Medicine). Fetal electrocardiography ST analysis for intrapartum monitoring: a critical appraisal of conflicting evidence and a …

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Neoventa supports Hjärnfonden – the Swedish Brain Foundation

The Swedish Brain Foundation, among other things, contributes to research on the child’s brain and how to treat children who suffered from oxygen deficiency during labour and delivery.
The Swedish Brain Foundation’s task is to collect and allocate money for research and to inform about the whole brain and all its diseases, injuries and disabilities. The Brain Foundation distributes scholarships and research grants to specially selected first-class researchers and research groups. The goal is to find new, effective treatments and …

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Please take part of the latest publication about ST Analysis in AJOG

A retrospective Dutch study with a total of 19 664 patients during a study period 2000 – 2013. The authors conclude that there was an 84% decrease in the incidence of umbilical artery metabolic acidosis in all deliveries between 2000 and 2013. The neonatal encephalopathy rate, fetal blood sampling rate and the total number of cesarean and vaginal instrumental deliveries also decreased.

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Visit us at ECIC 2019 in Turin

Neoventa Medical will be present at the ECIC congress in Turin, 14-16 of March, 2019.
Visit our booth to see our STAN S41 monitor, learn more about the STAN Method, STAN Viewer Live or see what Neoventa Academy has to offer!
Looking forward to see you there!
 
 

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Take the opportunity and register to Neoventa Academy’s new education in Intrapartum Fetal Monitoring – Advanced CTG Master Class

Advanced CTG Master Class is aimed to get further Understanding of Fetal Response to Stress, Types of Intrapartum Hypoxia, addressing Situational Awareness and Human Factors.

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Neoventa at BIRTH 2018 in Venice

Neoventa Medical will be present at the BIRTH congress in Venice, 14-17 of November, 2018.
Visit our booth to see our STAN S41 monitor, learn more about the STAN Method or see what Neoventa Academy has to offer!
Looking forward to see you there!
 

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Visit us at MEDICA 2018

Come and meet us at the 2018 MEDICA Tradeshow (Hall: 09 Booth: E49), between the 12th and 15th of November 2018, Düsseldorf, Germany.
We look forward to meet you there!
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Identifying newborns with umbilical cord blood metabolic acidosis by intrapartum cardiotography combined with fetal ECG ST analysis (STAN):

comparison of the new and old FIGO systems to classify cardiotocograms

Olofsson P1, Norén H2, Carlsson A2, Rosén KG3.

1 Institution of Clinical Sciences , Lunds Universitet , Malmö , Sweden.
2 Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology , Sahlgren’s University Hospital , University of Gothenburg , Gothenburg , Sweden.
3 Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg , Gothenburg , Sweden.

Abstract

Introduction:
The intrapartum cardiotocography (CTG) classification system by …

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FHR patterns that become significant in connection with ST waveform changes and metabolic acidosis at birth.

Rosén KG1, Norén H2, Carlsson A2.
Author information
1a Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden.
2b Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Sahlgren’s University Hospital, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Abstract
INTRODUCTION:
Recent developments have produced new CTG classification systems and the question is to what extent these may affect the model of FHR + ST interpretation? The two new systems (FIGO2015 and SSOG2017) classify FHR+ ST events differently from the current CTG classification system used in the STAN interpretation …

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Long-term use of the STAN Method published in AJOG

A prospective observational study, consisting of 42,146 deliveries during a study period 2001-2011 at Turku University Hospital in Finland. The authors, Susanna Timonen and Kajsa Holmberg, provide evidence that there is a learning curve and give improved results over time. After the initial implementation period there were a decrease in the rates of metabolic acidosis and operative deliveries. 
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Timonen S, Holmberg K, The importance of the learning process in ST analysis interpretation and its impact in improving clinical …

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