Aug 22, 2021
Fetal bradycardia is defined as a baseline heart rate of less than 100 bpm.
It is common to have a baseline heart rate of between 100-120 bpm in the following situations:
Occiput posterior or transverse presentations
Severe prolonged bradycardia (less than 80 bpm for more than 3 minutes) indicates severe hypoxia.
Causes of prolonged severe bradycardia include:
Prolonged cord compression
Epidural and spinal anesthesia
Rapid fetal descent
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