Deranged Fetal Doppler

About "Deranged Fetal Doppler"

Fetal Doppler is used for assessing the well-being of the fetus in the third trimester of pregnancy. A deranged fetal Doppler is an indication of uteroplacental insufficiency, which might cause intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) or pre-eclampsia.

Related Terms: Antenatal Ultrasonography, Normal Fetal Growth

Recently Answered Questions


What precautions to take for obstetric cholestasis?
Query: Hi doctor,My wife is in the second trimester and she has been detected with obstetric cholestasis. We have been recommended Udiliv. Everyone here seems to have this by the end of her pregnancy, but she got it early. What can we be doing to get everything under control?  Read Full »
Dr. Ravinder Kaur Khurana Kaur Khurana
Obstetrician And Gynaecologist

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. For cholestasis of pregnancy, the serum bile acid test and LFT (liver function test) are to be done once weekly or fortnightly depending on the severity. You should consult a liver specialist or gastroenterologist. This condition might affect the growth and liquor ...  Read Full »
 
What are the risks for the baby if my wife delivers at 37 weeks?
Query: Hi doctor,My wife aged 23 years have autoantibodies SSA strong positive 3+, SSB borderline positive and RO 52 strong positive 3+. She lost her first pregnancy before a year because complete congenital heart block (CHB) was found in the fetus by TIFFA at19 weeks with a condition of fetal hydrops br...  Read Full »
Dr. Deepti Verma
Fetal Medicine Specialist

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have gone through your question and understood your concerns. I have reviewed the reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity) and the prescription. Delivery should be conducted at 37 weeks if there is fetal growth restriction in ultrasound. In the ultrasou...  Read Full »
 
 
 

 

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