FWB

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FWBFort Walton Beach (Florida)
FWBFriends with Benefits
FWBFree Will Baptist
FWBFirewall Builder
FWBFrankfurter Wertpapierbörse (Frankfurt Stock Exchange)
FWBFrauenfeld-Wil-Bahn (Swiss train company)
FWBFull Wave Bridge Rectifier (electronics)
FWBFull Weight Bearing
FWBFixed Wireless Broadband
FWBfresh whole blood
FWBFleetwood Brougham (Cadillac model)
FWBFeminism without Borders
FWBDepartment of Fishery and Wildlife Biology (Colorado State University)
FWBFairway Buoy (marine)
FWBFort Worth Belt Railway Company
FWBThe Fort Wayne Ballet (Fort Wayne, Indiana)
FWBFreight Waybill (parcel transport declaration)
FWBFort Wayne Belt Railway Company
FWBFetal Well-Being
FWBFun Wear Brands (Estes Park, Colorado, USA)
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3) Hence vibro acoustic stimulation test provides reassurance of fetal well-being.
Therefore, CpG profiling of both fetal and maternal differentially methylated regions by bisulfite DNA sequencing of maternal plasma could be informative, not only for the presymptomatic monitoring of fetal well-being during pregnancy but also for the long-term risk for CVD of both mother and child.
Also, fetal well-being was improved in the spontaneous pushing as measured by one and five minute Apgar score.
Although IA has been used for many years, the introduction of EFM in the 1960's resulted in decreased use or elimination of IA for fetal heart monitoring over time and is a factor effecting how often or whether auscultation is used as a primary method of monitoring fetal well-being during labour in many health care facilities.
When the fetus is conceptualized in clinical obstetrics not as an integral part of the pregnant woman (her condition of pregnancy, as it were) but as a second individual patient, the physician's duties to promote fetal well-being are, prima facie, increased.
Misinterpretation of the FHR tracing occurs when there is a failure to recognize characteristics that should raise concern about fetal well-being.
Quantification of amniotic fluid is an important component of the biophysical profile in ultrasound evaluation of the fetal well-being, especially in the third trimester.
Hence the use of Doppler provides information that is not readily obtained from more conventional tests of fetal well-being.
These were among the very imprecise indicators used to assess fetal life and, indirectly, fetal well-being.
Pregnancies in which the resistance index (RI) was <75th percentile (<P75) were not further evaluated for fetal well-being unless the clinical condition of the mother had changed.
That year both Freeman and Lee and colleagues[8] documented the association of FHR accelerations in response to spontaneous fetal movement with fetal well-being.