Managing Category Two and Three Tracings
1. Move towards a standardized approach to EFM interpretation using a modified NICHD classification system.
2. Understand the limitations of Category II and apply a tool to help differentiate the wide ranging variation of tracings in this category.
3. Apply general management principles to various FHR patterns.
4. Be introduced to the 4 tier color coded classification system.
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