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Biophysical Profile

Aka: Biophysical Profile, BPP
  1. See Also
    1. Fetal Assessment
    2. Fetal Testing Indications
    3. Fetal Heart Tracing
  2. Cost: $275
  3. Criteria (2 points for each)
    1. Fetal Breathing
      1. Thirty seconds sustained breathing in 30 minutes
    2. Fetal Tone
      1. Episode extremity extension and flexion
    3. Body Movement
      1. Three episodes body movement over 30 minutes
    4. Amniotic Fluid Volume
      1. More than 1 pocket amniotic fluid > 2 cm in depth
    5. Non-Stress Test
      1. Reactive
  4. Scoring
    1. Give 2 points for each positive above
  5. Interpretation
    1. Biophysical Profile: 8-10
      1. Low risk or Normal result
      2. Repeat Biophysical Profile weekly
      3. Indications to repeat Biophysical Profile bi-weekly
        1. Gestational Diabetes
        2. Gestational age >42 weeks
    2. Biophysical Profile: 8
      1. Delivery Indications: Oligohydramnios
    3. Biophysical Profile: 6
      1. Suspect asphyxia
      2. Repeat Biophysical Profile in 24 hours
      3. Delivery Indications
        1. Repeat Biophysical Profile <= 6
    4. Biophysical Profile: 4
      1. Suspect asphyxia
      2. Delivery Indications
        1. Gestational age >36 weeks
        2. Lung Maturity Tests positive (L/S ratio >2)
    5. Biophysical Profile: 0-2
      1. Likely asphyxia
      2. Continue monitoring for 2 hours
      3. Delivery Indications
        1. Biophysical Profile <4

Perisylvian syndrome (C1845668)

Concepts Congenital Abnormality (T019)
MSH C536658
SnomedCT 438583008
English PMGX, PERISYLVIAN SYNDROME, CONGENITAL BILATERAL, CBPS, Congenital bilateral perisylvian syndrome (disorder), Congenital bilateral perisylvian syndrome, Perisylvian syndrome, Perisylvian syndrome, congenital bilateral, Polymicrogyria, bilateral perisylvian, POLYMICROGYRIA, BILATERAL PERISYLVIAN, X-LINKED, BPPX, BPP
Spanish síndrome perisilviano bilateral congénito, síndrome perisilviano bilateral congénito (trastorno)
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


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