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Research Article Open Access
Aims: Economical conditions were compared between individual human fetal monitoring and computerized montoring of intrapartum fetus.
Methods: Economical conditions were compared in personal monitoring with obstetrical staffs and the central computerized simultaneous monitoring in multiple births.
Results: Clinical results were the decrease of perinatal mortality and the zero case of cerebral palsy in the present update computer system comparing previous computer system.. Economical expense calculation showed 4292 USD lower expense in the computerized monitoring than the visual CTG watching monitoring.
Fetus, FHR, Central computer, Automatic analysis, Rapid and direct reporting, Outcome, Improvement, Economics, Behavioral Economics, Burden of Disease, Cost Benefits, Demand and Supply, Disease Management, Health Consumerism, Health Crisis, Health Economics, Health insurance, Medical Debt, Pharmacoeconomics, Prescription Costs, Pharmacoepidemiology, Outcomes and Clinical Trials Data, Cost Minimization, Modelling Studies, Pharmaceutical Products, Financial Information