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Characteristics and outcomes of neonatal SARS-CoV-2 infection in the UK: a prospective national cohort study using active surveillance.

Chris Gale, Maria A Quigley, Anna Placzek, Marian Knight, Shamez Ladhani, Elizabeth S Draper, Don Sharkey, Cora Doherty, Helen Mactier, Jennifer J Kurinczuk,

BACKGROUND:Babies differ from older children with regard to their exposure to severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). However, data describing the effect of SARS-CoV-2 in this group are scarce, and guidance is variable. We aimed to describe the incidence, characteristics, transmission, and outcomes of SARS-CoV-2 infection in neonates who ... Read more >>

Lancet Child Adolesc Health (The Lancet. Child & adolescent health)
[2020, :]

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Defining Very Preterm Populations for Systematic Reviews With Meta-analyses.

Mariane Sentenac, Isabelle Boutron, Elizabeth S Draper, Eero Kajantie, Rolf F Maier, Dieter Wolke, Jennifer Zeitlin,

JAMA Pediatr (JAMA pediatrics)
[2020, 174(10):997-999]

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Parents' ratings of post-discharge healthcare for their children born very preterm and their suggestions for improvement: a European cohort study.

Anna-Veera Seppänen, Priscille Sauvegrain, Elizabeth S Draper, Liis Toome, Rym El Rafei, Stavros Petrou, Henrique Barros, Luc J I Zimmermann, Marina Cuttini, Jennifer Zeitlin, ,

BACKGROUND:Follow-up of very preterm infants is essential for reducing risks of health and developmental problems and relies on parental engagement. We investigated parents' perceptions of post-discharge healthcare for their children born very preterm in a European multi-country cohort study. METHODS:Data come from a 5-year follow-up of an area-based cohort of ... Read more >>

Pediatr Res (Pediatric research)
[2020, :]

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NEUROlogical Prognosis After Cardiac Arrest in Kids (NEUROPACK) study: protocol for a prospective multicentre clinical prediction model derivation and validation study in children after cardiac arrest.

Barnaby Robert Scholefield, James Martin, Kate Penny-Thomas, Sarah Evans, Mirjam Kool, Roger Parslow, Richard Feltbower, Elizabeth S Draper, Victoria Hiley, Alice J Sitch, Hari Krishnan Kanthimathinathan, Kevin P Morris, Fang Smith, ,

INTRODUCTION:Currently, we are unable to accurately predict mortality or neurological morbidity following resuscitation after paediatric out of hospital (OHCA) or in-hospital (IHCA) cardiac arrest. A clinical prediction model may improve communication with parents and families and risk stratification of patients for appropriate postcardiac arrest care. This study aims to the ... Read more >>

BMJ Open (BMJ open)
[2020, 10(9):e037517]

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Improving Understanding of Participation and Attrition Phenomena in European Cohort Studies: Protocol for a Multi-Situated Qualitative Study.

Sandra C S Marques, Julia Doetsch, Anne Brødsgaard, Marina Cuttini, Elizabeth S Draper, Eero Kajantie, Jo Lebeer, Sylvia van der Pal, Pernille Pedersen, , Henrique Barros,

BACKGROUND:Cohort studies represent a strong methodology for increasing one's understanding of human life-course development and etiological mechanisms. Retention of participants, especially during long follow-up periods, is, however, a major challenge. A better understanding of the motives for participation and attrition in cohort studies in diverse sociogeographic and cultural settings is ... Read more >>

JMIR Res Protoc (JMIR research protocols)
[2020, 9(7):e14997]

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Does time taken by paediatric critical care transport teams to reach the bedside of critically ill children affect survival? A retrospective cohort study from England and Wales.

Sarah E Seaton, Padmanabhan Ramnarayan, Patrick Davies, Emma Hudson, Stephen Morris, Christina Pagel, Fatemah Rajah, Jo Wray, Elizabeth S Draper, ,

BACKGROUND:Reaching the bedside of a critically ill child within three hours of agreeing the child requires intensive care is a key target for Paediatric Critical Care Transport teams (PCCTs) to achieve in the United Kingdom. Whilst timely access to specialist care is necessary for these children, it is unknown to ... Read more >>

BMC Pediatr (BMC pediatrics)
[2020, 20(1):301]

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Impact on 30-day survival of time taken by a critical care transport team to reach the bedside of critically ill children.

Sarah E Seaton, Padmanabhan Ramnarayan, Christina Pagel, Patrick Davies, Elizabeth S Draper, ,

Intensive Care Med (Intensive care medicine)
[2020, 46(10):1953-1955]

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National active surveillance to understand and inform neonatal care in COVID-19.

Chris Gale, Marian Knight, Shamez Ladhani, Elizabeth S Draper, Don Sharkey, Cora Doherty, Helen Mactier, Jennifer J Kurinczuk, ,

Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed (Archives of disease in childhood. Fetal and neonatal edition)
[2020, 105(4):346-347]

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Unit policies regarding tocolysis after preterm premature rupture of membranes: association with latency, neonatal and 2-year outcomes (EPICE cohort).

Elsa Lorthe, Carla Moreira, Tom Weber, Lene D Huusom, Stephan Schmidt, Rolf F Maier, Pierre-Henri Jarreau, Marina Cuttini, Elizabeth S Draper, Jennifer Zeitlin, Henrique Barros, ,

After preterm premature rupture of membranes (PPROM), antibiotics and antenatal steroids are effective evidence-based interventions, but the use of tocolysis is controversial. We investigated whether a unit policy of tocolysis use after PPROM is associated with prolonged gestation and improved outcomes for very preterm infants in units that systematically use these ... Read more >>

Sci Rep (Scientific reports)
[2020, 10(1):9535]

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Study protocol for a multicentre longitudinal mixed methods study to explore the Outcomes of ChildrEn and fAmilies in the first year after paediatric Intensive Care: the OCEANIC study.

Joseph C Manning, Jos M Latour, Martha A Q Curley, Elizabeth S Draper, Tahseen Jilani, Philip R Quinlan, R Scott Watson, Janet E Rennick, Gillian Colville, Neethi Pinto, Asam Latif, Emma Popejoy, Jane Coad, ,

INTRODUCTION:Annually in the UK, 20 000 children become very ill or injured and need specialist care within a paediatric intensive care unit (PICU). Most children survive. However, some children and their families may experience problems after they have left the PICU including physical, functional and/or emotional problems. It is unknown ... Read more >>

BMJ Open (BMJ open)
[2020, 10(5):e038974]

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Maternal risk factors for the VACTERL association: A EUROCAT case-control study.

Romy van de Putte, Iris A L M van Rooij, Cynthia P Haanappel, Carlo L M Marcelis, Han G Brunner, Marie-Claude Addor, Clara Cavero-Carbonell, Carlos M Dias, Elizabeth S Draper, Larraitz Etxebarriarteun, Miriam Gatt, Babak Khoshnood, Agnieszka Kinsner-Ovaskainen, Kari Klungsoyr, Jenny J Kurinczuk, Anna Latos-Bielenska, Karen Luyt, Mary T O'Mahony, Nicola Miller, Carmel Mullaney, Vera Nelen, Amanda J Neville, Isabelle Perthus, Anna Pierini, Hanitra Randrianaivo, Judith Rankin, Anke Rissmann, Florence Rouget, Bruno Schaub, David Tucker, Diana Wellesley, Awi Wiesel, Natalya Zymak-Zakutnia, Maria Loane, Ingeborg Barisic, Hermien E K de Walle, Jorieke E H Bergman, Nel Roeleveld,

BACKGROUND:The VACTERL association (VACTERL) is the nonrandom occurrence of at least three of these congenital anomalies: vertebral, anal, cardiac, tracheoesophageal, renal, and limb anomalies. Despite suggestions for involvement of several genes and nongenetic risk factors from small studies, the etiology of VACTERL remains largely unknown. OBJECTIVE:To identify maternal risk factors ... Read more >>

Birth Defects Res (Birth defects research)
[2020, 112(9):688-698]

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Cohort Profile: Effective Perinatal Intensive Care in Europe (EPICE) very preterm birth cohort.

Jennifer Zeitlin, Rolf F Maier, Marina Cuttini, Ulrika Aden, Klaus Boerch, Janusz Gadzinowski, Pierre-Henri Jarreau, Jo Lebeer, Mikael Norman, Pernille Pedersen, Stavros Petrou, Johanna M Pfeil, Liis Toome, Arno van Heijst, Patrick Van Reempts, Heili Varendi, Henrique Barros, Elizabeth S Draper, ,

Int J Epidemiol (International journal of epidemiology)
[2020, 49(2):372-386]

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The impact of level of neonatal care provision on outcomes for preterm babies born between 27 and 31 weeks of gestation, or with a birth weight between 1000 and 1500 g: a review of the literature.

Abdul Qader Tahir Ismail, Elaine M Boyle, Thillagavathie Pillay, ,

Objective:There is evidence that birth and care in a maternity service associated with a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is associated with improved survival in preterm babies born at <27 weeks of gestation. We conducted a systematic review to address whether similar gains manifested in babies born between 27+0 and 31+6 ... Read more >>

BMJ Paediatr Open (BMJ paediatrics open)
[2020, 4(1):e000583]

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Multilevel analyses of related public health indicators: The European Surveillance of Congenital Anomalies (EUROCAT) Public Health Indicators.

Kate E Best, Judith Rankin, Helen Dolk, Maria Loane, Martin Haeusler, Vera Nelen, Christine Verellen-Dumoulin, Ester Garne, Gerardine Sayers, Carmel Mullaney, Mary T O'Mahony, Miriam Gatt, Hermien De Walle, Kari Klungsoyr, Olatz Mokoroa Carolla, Clara Cavero-Carbonell, Jennifer J Kurinczuk, Elizabeth S Draper, David Tucker, Diana Wellesley, Nataliia Zymak-Zakutnia, Nathalie Lelong, Babak Khoshnood,

BACKGROUND:Public health organisations use public health indicators to guide health policy. Joint analysis of multiple public health indicators can provide a more comprehensive understanding of what they are intended to evaluate. OBJECTIVE:To analyse variaitons in the prevalence of congenital anomaly-related perinatal mortality attributable to termination of pregnancy for foetal anomaly ... Read more >>

Paediatr Perinat Epidemiol (Paediatric and perinatal epidemiology)
[2020, 34(2):122-129]

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Impact of sociodemographic and clinical factors on offer and parental consent to postmortem following stillbirth or neonatal death: a UK population-based cohort study.

Margaret J Evans, Elizabeth S Draper, Lucy K Smith,

OBJECTIVE:To identify factors associated with the offer of and consent to perinatal post-mortem. DESIGN:National population-based cohort study SETTING: The UK. POPULATION:26 578 perinatal deaths born between 1 January 2013 and 31 December 2017. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES:Postmortem offer by clinical staff; parental consent to post-mortem. RESULTS:Postmortem offer rates were high but varied ... Read more >>

Arch. Dis. Child. Fetal Neonatal Ed. (Archives of disease in childhood. Fetal and neonatal edition)
[2020, 105(5):532-537]

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What drives change in neonatal intensive care units? A qualitative study with physicians and nurses in six European countries.

Marina Cuttini, Emanuela Forcella, Carina Rodrigues, Elizabeth S Draper, Ana F Martins, Agnés Lainé, Janet Willars, Asbjørn Hasselager, Rolf F Maier, Ileana Croci, Mercedes Bonet, Jennifer Zeitlin,

BACKGROUND:Innovation is important to improve patient care, but few studies have explored the factors that initiate change in healthcare organizations. METHODS:As part of the European project EPICE on evidence-based perinatal care, we carried out semi-structured interviews (N = 44) with medical and nursing staff from 11 randomly selected neonatal intensive care units ... Read more >>

Pediatr. Res. (Pediatric research)
[2020, 88(2):257-264]

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EPICE cohort: two-year neurodevelopmental outcomes after very preterm birth.

Elizabeth S Draper, Jennifer Zeitlin, Bradley N Manktelow, Aurelie Piedvache, Marina Cuttini, Anna-Karin Edstedt Bonamy, Rolf Maier, Corine Koopman-Esseboom, Janusz Gadzinowski, Klaus Boerch, Patrick van Reempts, Heili Varendi, Samantha J Johnson, ,

OBJECTIVE:To determine whether the variation in neurodevelopmental disability rates between populations persists after adjustment for demographic, maternal and infant characteristics for an international very preterm (VPT) birth cohort using a standardised approach to neurodevelopmental assessment at 2 years of age. DESIGN:Prospective standardised cohort study. SETTING:15 regions in 10 European countries. ... Read more >>

Arch. Dis. Child. Fetal Neonatal Ed. (Archives of disease in childhood. Fetal and neonatal edition)
[2020, 105(4):350-356]

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Developing routinely recorded clinical data from electronic patient records as a national resource to improve neonatal health care: the Medicines for Neonates research programme

Neena Modi, Deborah Ashby, Cheryl Battersby, Peter Brocklehurst, Zoe Chivers, Kate Costeloe, Elizabeth S Draper, Victoria Foster, Jacquie Kemp, Azeem Majeed, Joanna Murray, Stavros Petrou, Katherine Rogers, Shalini Santhakumaran, Sonia Saxena, Yevgeniy Statnikov, Hilary Wong, Alys Young,

BACKGROUND:Clinical data offer the potential to advance patient care. Neonatal specialised care is a high-cost NHS service received by approximately 80,000 newborn infants each year. OBJECTIVES:(1) To develop the use of routinely recorded operational clinical data from electronic patient records (EPRs), secure national coverage, evaluate and improve the quality of ... Read more >>

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Spectrum of congenital anomalies among VACTERL cases: a EUROCAT population-based study.

Romy van de Putte, Iris A L M van Rooij, Carlo L M Marcelis, Michel Guo, Han G Brunner, Marie-Claude Addor, Clara Cavero-Carbonell, Carlos M Dias, Elizabeth S Draper, Larraitz Etxebarriarteun, Miriam Gatt, Martin Haeusler, Babak Khoshnood, Kari Klungsoyr, Jenny J Kurinczuk, Monica Lanzoni, Anna Latos-Bielenska, Karen Luyt, Mary T O'Mahony, Nicola Miller, Carmel Mullaney, Vera Nelen, Amanda J Neville, Isabelle Perthus, Anna Pierini, Hanitra Randrianaivo, Judith Rankin, Anke Rissmann, Florence Rouget, Bruno Schaub, David Tucker, Diana Wellesley, Awi Wiesel, Natalya Zymak-Zakutnia, Maria Loane, Ingeborg Barisic, Hermien E K de Walle, Nel Roeleveld, Jorieke E H Bergman,

BACKGROUND:The VACTERL (Vertebral anomalies, Anal atresia, Cardiac malformations, Tracheo-Esophageal fistula, Renal anomalies, Limb abnormalities) association is the non-random occurrence of at least three of these congenital anomalies: vertebral, anal, cardiac, tracheo-esophageal, renal, and limb anomalies. Diagnosing VACTERL patients is difficult, as many disorders have multiple features in common with VACTERL. ... Read more >>

Pediatr Res (Pediatric research)
[2020, 87(3):541-549]

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Optimising neonatal service provision for preterm babies born between 27 and 31 weeks gestation in England (OPTI-PREM), using national data, qualitative research and economic analysis: a study protocol.

Thillagavathie Pillay, Neena Modi, Oliver Rivero-Arias, Brad Manktelow, Sarah E Seaton, Natalie Armstrong, Elizabeth S Draper, Kelvin Dawson, Alexis Paton, Abdul Qader Tahir Ismail, Miaoqing Yang, Elaine M Boyle,

INTRODUCTION:In England, for babies born at 23-26 weeks gestation, care in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) as opposed to a local neonatal unit (LNU) improves survival to discharge. This evidence is shaping neonatal health services. In contrast, there is no evidence to guide location of care for the next ... Read more >>

BMJ Open (BMJ open)
[2019, 9(8):e029421]

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Epidemiology of congenital cerebral anomalies in Europe: a multicentre, population-based EUROCAT study.

Joan K Morris, Diana G Wellesley, Ingeborg Barisic, Marie-Claude Addor, Jorieke E H Bergman, Paula Braz, Clara Cavero-Carbonell, Elizabeth S Draper, Miriam Gatt, Martin Haeusler, Kari Klungsoyr, Jennifer J Kurinczuk, Natalie Lelong, Karen Luyt, Catherine Lynch, Mary T O'Mahony, Olatz Mokoroa, Vera Nelen, Amanda J Neville, Anna Pierini, Hanitra Randrianaivo, Judith Rankin, Anke Rissmann, Florence Rouget, Bruno Schaub, David F Tucker, Christine Verellen-Dumoulin, Awi Wiesel, Natalia Zymak-Zakutnia, Monica Lanzoni, Ester Garne,

OBJECTIVES:To describe the epidemiology and geographical differences in prevalence of congenital cerebral anomalies in Europe. DESIGN AND SETTING:Congenital cerebral anomalies (International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision code Q04) recorded in 29 population-based EUROCAT registries conducting surveillance of 1.7 million births per annum (29% of all European births). PARTICIPANTS:All birth outcomes ... Read more >>

Arch Dis Child (Archives of disease in childhood)
[2019, 104(12):1181-1187]

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Assessing the deprivation gap in stillbirths and neonatal deaths by cause of death: a national population-based study.

Kate E Best, Sarah E Seaton, Elizabeth S Draper, David J Field, Jennifer J Kurinczuk, Bradley N Manktelow, Lucy K Smith,

OBJECTIVE:To investigate socioeconomic inequalities in cause-specific stillbirth and neonatal mortality to identify key areas of focus for future intervention strategies to achieve government ambitions to reduce mortality rates. DESIGN:Retrospective cohort study. SETTING:England, Wales, Scotland and the UK Crown Dependencies. PARTICIPANTS:All singleton births between 1 January 2014 and 31 December 2015 ... Read more >>

Arch. Dis. Child. Fetal Neonatal Ed. (Archives of disease in childhood. Fetal and neonatal edition)
[2019, 104(6):F624-F630]

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Can we estimate the length of stay of very preterm multiples?

Sarah E Seaton, Elizabeth S Draper, Keith R Abrams, Neena Modi, Bradley N Manktelow, ,

Arch. Dis. Child. Fetal Neonatal Ed. (Archives of disease in childhood. Fetal and neonatal edition)
[2019, 104(5):F568-F570]

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Permissive versus restrictive temperature thresholds in critically ill children with fever and infection: a multicentre randomized clinical pilot trial.

Mark J Peters, Kerry Woolfall, Imran Khan, Elisabeth Deja, Paul R Mouncey, Jerome Wulff, Alexina Mason, Rachel S Agbeko, Elizabeth S Draper, Blaise Fenn, Doug W Gould, Abby Koelewyn, Nigel Klein, Christine Mackerness, Sian Martin, Lauran O'Neill, Samiran Ray, Padmanabhan Ramnarayan, Shane Tibby, Kentigern Thorburn, Lyvonne Tume, Jason Watkins, Paul Wellman, David A Harrison, Kathryn M Rowan, ,

BACKGROUND:Fever improves pathogen control at a significant metabolic cost. No randomized clinical trials (RCT) have compared fever treatment thresholds in critically ill children. We performed a pilot RCT to determine whether a definitive trial of a permissive approach to fever in comparison to current restrictive practice is feasible in critically ... Read more >>

Crit Care (Critical care (London, England))
[2019, 23(1):69]

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Different temperature thresholds for antipyretic intervention in critically ill children with fever due to infection: the FEVER feasibility RCT.

Mark J Peters, Imran Khan, Kerry Woolfall, Elizabeth Deja, Paul R Mouncey, Jerome Wulff, Alexina Mason, Rachel Agbeko, Elizabeth S Draper, Blaise Fenn, Doug W Gould, Abby Koelewyn, Nigel Klein, Christine Mackerness, Sian Martin, Lauran O'Neill, Padmanabhan Ramnarayan, Shane Tibby, Lyvonne Tume, Jason Watkins, Kent Thorburn, Paul Wellman, David A Harrison, Kathryn M Rowan,

BACKGROUND:Fever accelerates host immune system control of pathogens but at a high metabolic cost. The optimal approach to fever management and the optimal temperature thresholds used for treatment in critically ill children are unknown. OBJECTIVES:To determine the feasibility of conducting a definitive randomised controlled trial (RCT) to evaluate the clinical ... Read more >>

Health Technol Assess (Health technology assessment (Winchester, England))
[2019, 23(5):1-148]

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