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From our results, we can state that fetuses respond to vibroacoustic stimulation accelerating their FHR: High risk pregnant women showed (75%) 75 cases positive test which included (Reactive nst with reactive vast and also with reactive vast over non-reactive nst) out of which 62 cases (82.
Indeed, vibroacoustic stimulation elicits a neural response in the fetus, from the auditory sensory system to the central level, whose response is able to trigger the autonomic mechanisms responsible for the regulation of the FHR.
Similar observations that vibroacoustic stimulation decreases testing time during cardiotocography were found in some earlier studies (12).