CTG Made Easy Susan Gauge, SRN, SCM, ONC, ADM, Clinical Midwife, Birmingham Women's Healthcare NHS Trust, Birmingham, UK; and Christine Henderson, RN, RM, MA(Warwick), MTD, DPHE(Surrey), DipN(Lond), Research Fellow, School of Health Sciences, University of Birmingham, UK Imprint: Churchill Livingstone
This practical guide to the understanding and interpretation of CTG traces will help all health care professionals involved with maternity care develop greater accuracy and confidence when using this equipment. CTG MADE EASY builds upon the success of the previous two editions and now includes useful tools for effective practice.
Case studies using actual CTG traces help develop confidence and accuracy in interpretation
Workbook format enables the student to conduct self-assessment before accessing the correct analysis and outcome overleaf
Provides a useful summary chart to ensure effective risk management in clinical practice
New to this Edition
New expanded chapter entitled Assessing Fetal Well-being that includes intermittent auscultation
The inclusion of a unique audit tool for evaluating fetal monitoring practice
New CTG traces
All legal issues updated
References to NICE, CESDI and RCOG clinical guidelines
Highlights developments in CNST (Clinical Negligence Scheme for Trusts) maternity standards.
CTG Made Easy: with Pageburst online access, 4th Edition
Susan Gauge, SRN, SCM, ONC, ADM, Clinical Education Facilitator, Birmingham Women's Healthcare NHS Trust, Birmingham, UK
StatusNot Yet Published Availability Date20-DEC-2011 Format Softcover Medium Electronic Access ISBN 9780702043499 Copyright Year 2012 Edition 4 Length 304 Pages Illustrations 240 Illustrations
An updated 4th edition of this popular title, teaching student midwives how to interpret CTGs. All midwives need to be able to interpret CTGs to assess fetal wellbeing, identify risk and inform decision making. The sections on litigation and risk management will be updated, as will NICE and RCOG guidelines. A major update for this edition will be to include an electronic version to enable an interactive response to the questions following each case study, and to allow for history notes to be written and stored. Online versions of the CTGs will also enable easy identification of the relevant features in each case. A second colour will also be introduced to the print to help highlight salient points.
Clear layout and content
Latest guidelines and legislation
Structured format of Case History, CTG example, test questions, note-taking, analysis and outcomes.