Thank you for the opportunity of responding to the letter by HT, TM and SM regarding the systematic review article, “Mobile applications providing guidance about decreased fetal movement: Review and content analysis” by Daly et al. [
- Daly L.M.
- Boyle F.M.
- Gibbons K.
- Le H.
- Roberts J.
- Flenady V.
Mobile applications providing guidance about decreased fetal movement: review and content analysis.
Women Birth. 2019; 32: e289-e296
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Published online: March 02, 2020
Received: January 24, 2020
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