What is CTG paper? The medical record paper manufacturer answers for you!

2022-11-10 Hits: 91 views

CTG paper, also known as Fetal Monitor Paper, ctg medical thermal paper, ctg fetal monitor paper, ctg medical thermal paper rolls, fetal monitoring paper. It is used to record the heart rate of the fetus in the belly of pregnant women, so that doctors can intuitively understand the situation of the fetus. Now, let’s get to know the fetal monitoring paper together with us.

Fetal monitoring “is the abbreviation of electronic fetal heart monitoring. It is an important means to monitor and evaluate the intrauterine safety of the fetus in the late pregnancy, especially in the near term and during labor. It is an indispensable inspection item for pregnant mothers.

For mothers with high-risk pregnancy complications, we generally recommend that fetal heart rate monitoring be performed from 32 weeks, and the interval of each fetal heart rate monitoring be determined according to the specific situation of the pregnant mother. For ordinary pregnant mothers without pregnancy complications, the fetal heart rate monitoring can be delayed until the delivery.

The host machine of the fetal monitor is connected with two fetal monitoring belts, each of which has an electrode plate. One is used to record the uterine contraction of the pregnant mother, and the other is used to record the heartbeat of the baby. The length of the fetal monitoring belt can be adjusted. As long as the pregnant mother lies on the bed to relax and ties the two fetal monitoring belts to her belly, the fetal heart rate can be monitored.

The fetal supervisor records the number of fetal heart rates within 20 minutes and connects them into a curve, so that it can visually see whether the fetal heart rate increases or decreases when the fetus moves, and how long it lasts, so as to judge the condition of the fetus in the womb. Then the doctor will score according to this. As long as there is a reaction and the score is greater than 8 points, it is normal. However, less fetal movement and no fetal heart rate acceleration reaction during fetal movement indicate that there may be intrauterine hypoxia.