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Webinar: Decreased Fetal Movements
Webinar: Decreased Fetal Movements
Decreased fetal movements Webinar - Safer Care Victoria & Stillbirth CRE
Video: The significance of Decreased Fetal Movements (Tommy's UK)
Clinical Practice Guideline: Care of Women with Decreased Fetal Movements 
Decreased Fetal Movements (DFM) Resources
Decreased fetal movements: MBM

My Baby's Movements (MBM) is a mobile phone program delivered through an interactive app and SMS. The program is designed to help women understand their baby's movements and encourages prompt contact with health care providers if any concerns arise. The study design used a stepped wedge cluster randomised controlled trial. The MBM trial was completed […]

Decreased Fetal Movements - Care Pathway for Clinicians
Decreased Fetal Movements - Clinical Practice Guidelines
Decreased Fetal Movements (DFM)

Raising awareness and improving care for women with decreased fetal movements Getting to know the pattern of your baby’s movements is important – it is a way your baby can tell you that they are well.  There is no set number of normal movements. You should get to know your baby’s movements and what is […]

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