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External Electronic Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring With 3 Types of Output - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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External Electronic Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring With 3 Types of Output - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Depicts an external electronic fetal heart rate monitor with three types of output. Shows a speaker in the back of the FHRM providing an audible report of each fetal heartbeat. Shows the digital display indicating the heartbeats per minute. Displays a traditional paper printout with heartbeat and maternal contractions. Shows an ultrasound transducer strapped to a cut-away view of the pregnant mother's abdomen.

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