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RISK FACTORS FOR ASPHYXIA AND ACIDAEMIA
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abnormal acid acid-base balance acid-base status acidaemia at birth acidosis admission amniotic fluid analysis Apgar scores asphyctic asphyxia auscultation base deficit birth asphyxia bradycardia breech delivery C-group caesarean section cerebral palsy chorioamnionitis clinical compared continuous monitoring controls cord artery blood cord artery pH cord blood cord entanglement decreased developed fever duration of labour electronic fetal monitoring epidural analgesia factors for fever fetal distress fetal heart rate fetus fetuses fever during labour fever during term FHR patterns gas exchange heart rate patterns hypoxia infants with acidaemia Ingemarsson intrauterine late decelerations low Apgar scores maternal fever maternal temperature mean cord artery meconium membranes minutes mixed acidemia mmol/L neonatal neonatal encephalopathy neonatal seizures newborns normal Obstet Gynecol oxygen oxytocin oxytocin administration pathological pCO2 perinatal perinatal asphyxia pethidine placental pregnancy preterm pure metabolic acidaemia risk factors second stage significant stage of labour tachycardia term labour umbilical artery umbilical cord uterine vaginal