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How to Read a Fetal Monitor.?

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1. Placing the Leads: There are two leads or sensors that make up the external fetal monitors. One of these round sensors monitors the contractions of the mother's uterus, and the other measures the fetal heart rate, or FHR. External fetal monitors
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