Pack of 20 revision flashcards (plus title and disclaimer cards) professionally printed on high quality 350gsm silk card – size 5″x5″.
This is a set of revision flashcards for suitable for Student Midwives in the UK, supporting understanding and interpretation of Cardiotocography. While you will be exposed to CTGs during 1st Year, learning interpretation is more likely to begin from 2nd Year onwards.
Non-UK students should cross-reference the information against their own course notes, but basic concepts of CTG are fairly universal. Variations may exist in equipment and output.
The set includes:
- Title Card
- Cardiotocography Overview
- The Graph
- Components of the Graph
- DR C BRaVADO Mnemonic for interpretation
- Define Risk
- Contractions (x3 flashcards)
- Baseline Rate
- Decelerations Overview
- Early Decelerations
- Variable Decelerations
- Late Decelerations
- Prolonged Decelerations
- Overall Assessment
- Fetal Movements
- Fetal Behavioural States
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This flashcard set is NOT INCLUDED the Revision Flashcard Bundle or the “I Got Into Uni” Bundle.
1.1 The medical information contained in these flashcards is provided without any representations or warranties, express or implied. Despite best efforts, this information may be inaccurate or contain errors.
1.2 The information in these flashcards is provided solely to support midwifery students in their studies who benefit from visual learning styles. The information does not replace formal training by a qualified trainer in this topic during a recognised course of education.
1.3 In the event that any information provided contradicts that from your formal training or is ambiguous or unclear to you, you MUST seek expert advice from a qualified professional. The consequences of error in this field are significant.
1.4 Expertise around the interpretation of medical conditions and analysing information cannot be obtained solely from learning material such as this. You must follow the recognised training pathway in this topic.
1.5 If in doubt about anything, you MUST consult a qualified professional in this field.
2. Medical assistance
2.1 The information in these flashcards is intended for healthcare and midwifery students undergoing a formal training pathway. It is not intended for use by those who are pregnant.
2.2 You must not rely on the information as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other professional healthcare provider.
2.3 If you have any specific questions about any medical matter, you should consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider.
2.4 If you think you may be suffering from any medical condition, you should seek immediate medical attention.
2.5 You should never delay seeking medical advice, disregard medical advice or discontinue medical treatment because of this information.