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Bullet 14 How reliable is the determination of cervical dilation? Comparison of vaginal examination with spatial position-tracking ruler
Am J Obstet Gynecol,  200: 4, 402,  2009 

Bullet 14 Determination of fetal head station and position during labor: a new technique that combines ultrasound and position-tracking system
Am J Obstet Gyncol,  200:4, 404,  2009

 


Bullet 14 Automated determination of fetal head station and position during labor: A new technique combining ultrasound and a position tracking system 
Am J Obstet Gynecol,  299:6, S74,  2008

Bullet 14 How reliable is determination of cervical dilatation? Comparison of transvaginal digital examination with spatial position-tracking ruler
Am J Obstet Gynecol,  299:6, S70,  2008

Bullet 14 Relation between fetal head station using the laborpro system and cervical dilatation determined by vaginal examination 
Am J Obstet Gynecol,  299:6, S69,  2008

 

 




Bullet 14 OP016.15: Mother's satisfaction with ultrasound based 3D imaging of labor progress

Ultrasound Obstet  and Gyncol, 38:S1, 238,  2011

Bullet 14 OP022.08: To evaluate the value of the determination of occipito posterior before head engagement and risk of persistent OP and Cesarean section

 Ultrasound Obstet  and Gyncol, 38:S1, 121,  2011

Bullet 14 OP022.06: Pelvimetry by LaborPro system for the diagnosis of dystocia

Ultrasound Obstet  and Gyncol, 38:S1, 120,  2011 

 


Bullet 14 Association between non-invasive ultrasound-based assessment of fetal head station and cervical dilatation assessed clinically 
Ultrasound Obstet  and Gyncol, 2010

 

 Bullet 14 OP01.09: Correlation between two different non invasive approaches to measure fetal head station: angle of progression and LaborPro system

Ultrasound Obstet  and Gyncol, 34:S1,  2009 

 

 

 

 

Bullet 14 Relationship between cervical dilatation and fetal head station using an ultrasound and position tracking system. Do we need cervical examination? 
Ultrasound Obstet  and Gyncol, 34, 63,  2009

Bullet 14 Comparison of three ultrasound-based methods of determining the fetal head station with transvaginal digital examination  
Ultrasound Obstet  and Gyncol,  30:4, 425,  2007

Bullet 14 Comparison of fetal head position assessment between ultrasound-based LaborPro system and transvaginal digital examination during the active stage of labor 
Ultrasound Obstet  and Gyncol, 30:4, 425,  2007

Bullet 14 New method for the determination of fetal head position during labor 
Ultrasound Obstet  and Gyncol, 28:4, 484,  2006

Bullet 14 Determination of fetal head station during labor - an innovative method combining ultrasound and spatial positioning
Ultrasound Obstet  and Gyncol , 28:4, 586,  2006

 


 

Bullet 14 A new technique combining ultrasound and position tracker for non-invasive assessment of labor progress Int 
J
Gynecol Obstet, 107, 2 , S65,  2009



 

 

 Bullet 14 The LaborPro solution: a non-invasive ultrasound based technology for monitoring of labor progress parameters
J Perinat Med. 37, s1, 138,  2009

Bullet 14 Labor monitoring without vaginal examination: new doors to open with non invasive tools
J Perinat Medi37, s1, 138,  2009

 

 

 

 

 

Ultrasound Obstet  and Gyncol, 34, 64,  2009

 

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