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No epoch contained less than 50% valid measurement time and the great majority (223/239) contained more than 75% valid measurement time. On the other hand, only 25 satisfactory fetal ECG recordings (from 20 patients) were obtained. For the 135 epochs analysed, the mean proportion of valid measurement time was the same as for the ultrasound data (87%), but there were relatively more epochs with very high, and also low, proportions of valid data than in the ultrasound records. However, meaningful comparisons of this sort between the two methods were difficult because some ECG recordings were complete failures.