Krzeszowski W.,University of Lodz |
Janiak K.,University of Lodz |
Kalinka J.,Klinika Perinatologii |
Grzesiak M.,Klinika Perinatologii Ginekologii |
And 4 more authors.
Ginekologia Polska | Year: 2016
Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) constitutes one of the most important problems in current perinatology. Complication rates, including intrauterine fetal hypoxia, preterm and operative labors, intrauterine demises, and neonatal death, are significantly higher among pregnant women with IUGR. Proper monitoring and assessment of fetal well-being are crucial to make the right decision about the optimal time and mode of the delivery.