Routine ultrasonography to monitor growth in low-risk pregnancies is not always useful

In the article of het Algemeen Dagblad from 15 October 2019, APH researcher Ank de Jonge discusses why a routine ultrasound to monitor the growth of a baby is not always helpful. The information obtained by the ultrasound can cause agitation, which may lead to an unnecessary induce of labor. Ultrasound is a useful tool to provide additional information when other examinations indicate a lack of growth. 

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