Intrauterine growth restriction is associated with many maternal, obstetric, and fetal conditions. Its identification is important due to its requirement for close follow-up during pregnancy, labor, and immediately after birth. This pamphlet provides information for mothers of babies with IUGR and includes a fetal movement count log.
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What you need to know about IUGR..
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