Cardiff Count-to-Ten chart

(kar′dif )

A way to assess intrauterine well-being in which the expectant woman records fetal movement during her usual activities. There should be at least 10 movements within a 12-hour period; if fewer than 10 movements are perceived, further medical evaluation is needed.

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