1st Signal Processing and Monitoring (SPaM) in Labour Workshop

2pm 17th March - 12pm 19th March 2015
Lyon, France


VIDEO materials

Austin Ugwumadu: Fetal cardiovascular and metabolic adaptation to intrapartum hypoxia - what is the clinician looking for?

Maria Signorini: Study of the fetal heart rate variability signal. How signal processing approaches can improve the current pathophysiological knowledge of the fetal life

Diogo Ayres-de-Campos: The need for an international consensus on CTG interpretation

Patrice Abry: Intrapartum Fetal Heart Rate Variability and Early Acidosis Detection from Multiscale Analysis

Karl Rosen: Fetal reactivity in labour – FDA approval and beyond

Philip Warrick: Automated fetal surveillance: data parsimony for fetal state assessment

Chris Redman: Can fetal monitoring be based on science?

Rik Vullings: Non-invasive fetal electrocardiography and electrohysterography for monitoring the fetal condition and progress of labour

Gerry Visser: Intrapartum FHR monitoring; does it improve outcome or is it a risky business for fetus, mother and doctor?

Discussion (led by Václav Chudáček)

Petar Djuric: Fetal Heart Rate Classification Using Generative Models

Václav Chudáček: Selected practical aspects of automated fetal heart rate analysis

Barry Schifrin: Reimagining fetal monitoring - asking the right questions

Closing notes (led by Antoniya Georgieva)

Slides from group presentations

Hannah van Sheepen, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Massimo Rivolta & Tamara Stampalija, Universita Degli Studi di Milano, Italy
Laurent Vandenbroucke, Signal and Image Processing Laboratory, University of Rennes 1, France