Acute intrapartum hypoxia
Acute intrapartum hypoxia - a sentinel hypoxic event occurring during labor, with evidence of fetal metabolic acidosis in the fetal umbilical arterial blood; a sudden and sustained fetal bradycardia or the absence of fetal heart rate variability in the presence of persistent, late, or variable decelerations (category iii tracing); previously normal apgar scores that are 0-3 beyond 5 minutes.
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