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[1] A Review of Signal Processing Techniques for Non-Invasive Fetal Electrocardiography
2019
[2] Deep Learning for Continuous Electronic Fetal Monitoring in Labor
2018
[3] Re: Time to optimise and enforce training in interpretation of intrapartum cardiotocograph: Time is not ripe for imposing pass/fail licensing examination in …
2017
[4] Critical Imperative for the Reform of British Interpretation of Fetal Heart Rate Decelerations: Analysis of FIGO and NICE Guidelines, Post-Truth Foundations, …
Journal of clinical medicine research, 2017
[5] Re: Time to optimise and enforce training in interpretation of intrapartum cardiotocograph
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 2017
[6] The Ethics of Teaching Physicians Electronic Fetal Monitoring: And Now for the Rest of the Story
The Surgery Journal, 2017
[7] Neurological Fallacies Leading to Malpractice: A Case Studies Approach
Neurologic Clinics, 2016
[8] Amendments in electronic fetal monitoring and intermittent auscultation
2016
[9] International consensus on intrapartum cardiotocography should be underpinned by sound scientific foundation
International Journal of Remote Sensing, 2016
[10] Imperative for improvements and international convergence of intrapartumfetal monitoring: A bird’s eye view
World Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2015
[11] When Intra-partum Electronic Fetal Monitoring becomes Court Business
2015
[12] Imperative for improvements and international convergence of intrapartum fetal monitoring: A bird’s eye view
World Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2015
[13] Intermittent Auscultation in Labor: Could It Be Missing Many Pathological (Late) Fetal Heart Rate Decelerations? Analytical Review and Rationale for …
Journal of clinical medicine research, 2015
[14] The shifting sands of medico-legal intra-partum Ctg (IP Ctg) monitoring
Medico-Legal Journal, 2015
[15] Categorization of Fetal Heart Rate Decelerations in American and European Practice: Importance and Imperative of Avoiding Framing and Confirmation Biases
Journal of clinical medicine research, 2015
[16] Intermittent Auscultation in Labor: Could It Be Missing Many Pathological (Late) Fetal Heart Rate Decelerations? Analytical Review and Rationale for Improvement Supported by Clinical Cases
Journal of clinical medicine research, 2015
[17] Perpetuating Myths, Fables, and Fairy Tales: A Half Century of Electronic Fetal Monitoring
The Surgery Journal, 2015
[18] La classification du rythme cardiaque foetal par catégories permet-elle de prédire le statut acido-basique artériel ombilical néonatal?
2014
[19] Computerised interpretation of fetal heart rate patterns and correlation with fetal acidaemia
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 2014
[20] The unresolved role of cardiotocography (CTG), fetal ECG (STAN) and intrapartum fetal pulse oximetry (IFPO) as diagnostic methods for fetal hypoxia
Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 2014
[21] Correspondence with the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence
GS Dharmshaktu - bmj.com, 2014
[22] NICE draft guidance on Intrapartum Electronic Fetal (EFM) monitoring and unphysiological categorisation decelerations.
BMJ (British Medical Journal), 2014
[23] Authors' reply: Computerised interpretation of fetal heart rate patterns and correlation with fetal acidaemia
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 2014
[24] Authors' reply: Computerised interpretation of fetal heart rate patterns and correlation with fetal acidaemia.
2014
[25] Are 'early'and 'late'fetal heart rate decelerations extinct? A survey of British midwives and analysis of controversies, facts and fiction
British Journal of Midwifery, 2013