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Monitoraggio della frequenza cardiaca fetale - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Monitoraggio della frequenza cardiaca fetale - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
L’immagine medica mostra un dispositivo elettronico esterno per il battito cardiaco fetale con tre tipi di output comprendenti indicatore acustico per ogni battito cardiaco fetale, display digitale che indica i battiti cardiaci per minuto e foglio stampato con il battito cardiaco e le contrazioni materne. Mostra un transduttore ecografico legato all’addome della madre.

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