Signs for interventions during pregnancy:
1.Nonreassuring FHR pattern-
-Fetal bradycardia(FHR less than 110 beats/min for more than 10 minutes.
-Fetal tachycardia(FHR more than 160 beats/min for more than 10 minutes in term pregnancy
-Irregular FHR,abnormal sinus rhythm shown by internal monitor.
-Persistent decrease in baseline FHR wintout an identified cause.
2.Inadequate uterine relaxation-
-Intrauterine pressure more than 75 mm Hg.
-Contractions consistently lasting more than 90 seconds.
-Contraction interval less than 2 minutes.
-Vaginal bleeding is bright red,dark red or in an amount that is excess than that during an usual cervical dilation.
-Continuous vaginal bleeding with FHR changes.
-Foul smelling amniotic fluid.
-Straw coloured urine seen in mother.
-Fetal tachycardia more than 160 beats /min for more than 10 minutes.
5.Prolapse of cord-
-Patient reports feeling of cord during membranes rupture.
-Cord lies below the presenting part of the fetus.
-Cord protruding from the vagina.
-Cord around the neck of the fetus.