Oxford Centre for Fetal Monitoring Technologies

 

Monitoring during labour (Intrapartum)

Phase rectified signal averaging for intrapartum electronic fetal heart rate monitoring is related to acidaemia at birth, A. Georgieva, A.T. Papageorghiou, S.J. Payne, M. Moulden, C.W.G. Redman. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology In Press.

 

Umbilical cord gases in relation to the neonatal condition: the EveREst plot, A. Georgieva, M. Moulden, C.W.G. Redman. European Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Reproductive Biology 168(2): 155-60, 2013 view online.

 

Highly comparative fetal heart rate analysis, B.D. Fulcher, A.E. Georgieva, C.W.G. Redman, N.S. Jones. Proc. IEEE EMBC’12, San Diego US, 2012 view online

 

Relation of fetal heart rate signals with un-assignable baseline to poor neonatal state at birth, A. Georgieva, S.J. Payne, M. Moulden, C.W.G. Redman. Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing 50(7): 717-25, 2012 view online

 

Computerized fetal heart rate analysis in labor: detection of segments with uncertain baseline, A. Georgieva, S.J. Payne, M. Moulden, C.W.G. Redman. Physiol Meas 32, 2011 view online.

 

Neural networks applied for fetal monitoring in labour and prediction of outcome, A. Georgieva, S.J. Payne, M. Moulden, C.W.G. Redman. Neural Computing and Applications, Special Issue on Contemporary Development of Neural Computation and Applications, 2011 view online

 

Computerized intrapartum electronic fetal monitoring: analysis of the decision to deliver for fetal distress, A. Georgieva, S.J. Payne, M. Moulden, C.W.G. Redman. Proc. IEEE EMBC’11, Boston US, 2011 view online

 

Computerised electronic fetal heart rate monitoring in labour: automated contraction identification, A. Georgieva, S.J. Payne, C.W.G. Redman. Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing 47: 1315-20, 2009.

 

Automated fetal heart rate analysis in labor: decelerations and overshoots, A. Georgieva, S.J. Payne, M. Moulden, C.W.G. Redman, in Proc. 36th Int Conf on Application of Mathematics in Engineering and Economics, Sozopol, Bulgaria, 2010.

 

Tracking poles with an autoregressive model: a confidence index for the analysis of the intrapartum cardiotocogram, Cazares S, Moulden M, Redman CW, Tarassenko L. Med Eng Phys 23:603-14, 2001.

Abstracts:

A. Georgieva and C.W.G. Redman, "Cord gas analyses in relation to neonatal morbidity and mortality: the EveREst plot," SGI 59th Annual Scientific Meeting, San Diego, USA, March, 2012.

L. Xu, A. Georgieva, S.J. Payne, M. Moulden and C.W.G. Redman, "Detection and Analysis of Pattern Readjustment in Fetal Heart Rate Signal" MEDSIP'12, Liverpool, UK, July 2012.

Monitoring before labour (Antepartum)

 

Computerized analysis of the normal fetal heart rate pattern throughout gestation, Serra V, Bellver J, Moulden M, Redman CW. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol 34:74-9, 2009.

 

Antepartum High-frequency Fetal Heart Rate Sinusoidal Rhythm: Computerized Detection and Fetal Anemia, Reddy A, Moulden M, Redman CW. Am J Obstet Gynecol 200:407.e1-6, 2009.

 

The value of the short-term fetal heart rate variation for timing the delivery of growth-retarded fetuses, Serra V, Moulden M, Bellver J, Redman CW. Brit J Obstet Gynecol 115:1101-7, 2008.

 

A computer system for the numerical analysis of nonstress tests, Pardey J, Moulden M, Redman CW. Am J Obstet Gynecol 186:1095-1103, 2002.

 

Fetal heart rate patterns in term labour vary with sex, gestational age, epidural analgesia and fetal weight, Dawes NW, Dawes GS, Moulden M, Redman CW. Am J Obstet Gynecol 180:181-187, 1999.

 

Improvements in computerized fetal heart analysis antepartum, Dawes GS, Moulden M, Redman CW. J Perinat Med 24:25-36, 1996.

 

Dexamethasone and fetal heart rate variation, Dawes GS, Serra-Serra V, Moulden M, Redman CW. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 101:675-679, 1994.

 

Communicating the significance of the fetal heart rate to the user, Redman CW. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 100, Suppl 10:24-27, 1993.

 

Computerised antenatal fetal heart rate analysis: a more reliable numerical indicator of fetal health, Dawes G, Redman C. In Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology; edited by: Chervenak FA, Isaacson GC, Campbell S. Little Brown, Boston 525-531, 1993.

 

Large fetal heart rate decelerations at term associated with changes in fetal heart rate variation, Dawes GS, Lobb MO, Mandruzzato G, Moulden M, Redman CW, Wheeler T. Am J Obstet Gynecol 168:105-111, 1993.

 

Approximate entropy, a statistic of regularity applied to fetal heart rate data before and during labor, Dawes GS, Moulden M, Sheil O, Redman CW. Obstet Gynecol 80:763-768, 1992.

 

Antenatal cardiotocogram quality and interpretation using computers, Dawes GS, Lobb M, Moulden M, Redman CW, Wheeler T. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 99:791-797, 1992.

 

Short-term fetal heart rate variation, declerations, and umbilical flow velocity waveforms before labor, Dawes GS, Moulden M, Redman CW. Obstet Gynecol 80:673-678, 1992.

 

Short-term variation in abnormal antenatal fetal heart rate records, Street P, Dawes GS, Moulden M, Redman CW. Am J Obstet Gynecol 165:515-523, 1991.

 

A Computerised analysis of episodic changes in fetal heart rate variation in early labour, Dawes GS, Rosevear SK, Pello LC, Moulden M, Redman CW. Am J Obstet Gynecol 165:618-624, 1990.

 

Criteria for the design of fetal heart rate analysis systems, Dawes GS, Moulden M, Redman CW. Int J Biomed Comput 25:287-294, 1990.

 

System 8000: computerized antenatal FHR analysis,Dawes GS, Moulden M, Redman CW. J Perinat Med 19:47-51, 1991.

 

The advantages of computerised fetal heart rate analysis, Dawes GS, Moulden M, Redman CW. J Perinat Med 19:39-45, 1991.

 

Limitations of antenatal fetal heart rate monitors, Dawes GS, Moulden M, Redman CW. Am J Obstet Gynecol 162:170-173, 1990.

 

Screening of the FHR in early labour, Pello LC, Dawes GS, Smith JH, Redman CW. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 95,1128-1136, 1988.

 

Antenatal fetal heart rate variation in relation to the respiratory and metabolic status of the compromised human fetus, Smith JH, Anand KJS, Cotes PM, Dawes GS, Harkness RA, Howlett TA, Rees LH, Redman CW. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 95:980-989, 1988.

 

Low human fetal heart rate variation in normal pregnancy, Smith JH, Dawes GS, Redman CW. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 94:656-664, 1987.

 

Improvements in the registration and analysis of fetal heart rate records at the bedside, Dawes GS, Redman CW, Smith JH. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 92:317-325, 1985.

 

Analysis of fetal heart rate on-line at 32 weeks gestation, Lawson GW, Dawes GS, Redman CW. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 91:542-550, 1984.

 

Characterisation of the reduced heart rate variation in growth retarded fetuses, Henson G, Dawes GS, Redman CW. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 91:751-755, l984.

 

A comparison of ultrasound (with autocorrelation) and direct electrocardiogram fetal heart rate detector systems, Lawson GW, Belcher R, Dawes GS, Redman CW. Am J Obstet Gynecol l47:72l-722, 1983.

 

A comparison of two fetal heart rate detector systems, Lawson G, Dawes GS and Redman CW. Am J Obstet Gynecol 143:840-842, 1982.

 

Antenatal heart rate variability in relation to fetal acid base status at Caesarean section, Henson GL, Dawes GS, Redman CW. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 90:516-522, 1983.

 

The pattern of the normal human fetal heart rate, Dawes GS, Houghton R, Redman CW, Visser GHA. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 89:276-284, 1982.

 

The baseline in human fetal heart rate recordings, Dawes GS, Houghton R, Redman CW. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 89:270-275, 1982.

 

Numerical analysis of the human fetal heart rate: the quality of ultrasound records, Dawes GS, Visser GHA, Goodman JDS, Redman CW. Am J Obstet Gynecol141:43-52, 1981.

 

Numerical analysis of the normal human antenatal fetal heart rate, Visser GHA, Dawes GS. Redman CW. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 88:792-802, 1981.

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