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There are 2 clinical trials
This is a retrospective, observational study based on the consortium of the SafeBoosC-III randomised clinical trial. This study will evaluate if the number of admitted extremely preterm infants has decreased in the SafeBoosC-III departments during the global lockdown, and whether there is an association between the level of lockdown restrictions and change in the number of ELGAN admissions.
Description: The primary outcome will be the difference in the total number of ELGAN admissions in SafeBoosC-III departments during the peak three months of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 compared to the same three months period in 2019. The most rigorous three months of the COVID-19 pandemic will be a subjective definition by the local investigator, based on when the lockdown restrictions were strictest.Measure: Number of ELGAN admissions during peak three months of COVID-19 compared to corresponding months in 2019 Time: 3 months
Description: The difference in the number of ELGAN admissions during the peak three months of the COVID-19 pandemic versus the same three months in 2019, within the following regions: North America: USA Northern Europe: Denmark, Norway Eastern Europe: Austria, Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Turkey Western Europe: Germany, UK, Ireland, Switzerland, Belgium Southern Europe: Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece Asia: India, ChinaMeasure: Regional difference in ELGAN admissions during peak three months of COVID-19 compared to corresponding months in 2019 Time: 3 months
Description: Investigators will be asked to clarify how and where the information has been obtained from. Furthermore, investigators will be asked to classify the level of restrictions imposed upon the public, during the lockdown period, in a Likert scale format from 1-5.Measure: Correlation between the level of lockdown restrictions and number of ELGAN admissions during peak three months of COVID-19 compared to corresponding months in 2019 Time: 3 months
Description: For the purpose of an exploratory analysis, we will ask investigators to rate the likelihood that restrictions outside or inside health institutions in their country/region, have led to non-admittance of ELGAN. Causes could be intrauterine death, or no transfer from place of birthMeasure: Likelihood of restrictions leading to non-admittance of ELGAN Time: 3 months
Preterm labor (PL) is the leading cause of hospitalization during pregnancy and premature birth the leading cause of fetal morbidity and mortality in France. PL is defined by regular and painful uterine contractions associated with a change in the cervix, between 22 and 36 weeks of gestation. It has been shown that the risk of spontaneous prematurity increases particularly in case of working over 40 hours per week, hard physically conditions, or prolonged daily transport time. Rest is one of the most efficient measure to prevent PL and should be proposed to all pregnant women, and combined with other therapies such as tocolysis or cerclage when needed. The very particular period of lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic had pregnant women to drastically reduce their activity. They suspended their work and stayed home for various reasons such as pregnancy in progress, children at home, and also collective reasons such as teleworking or workplace closure. During the lockdown period from March 17th to May 11th 2020, fewer preterm labor and less spontaneous prematurity have been suspected by the neonatology and obstetrics teams throughout the Lorraine region. Our study aims to objectively confirm this observation. In this investigation we aim to find a relationship between lockdown, PL and spontaneous prematurity which would need to re-evaluate public health recommendations for pregnant women outside the lockdown.
Description: Number of prematurely born infantsMeasure: Evaluate the impact of confinement on the rate of spontaneous prematurity at the Regional University Maternity Hospital of Nancy (MRUN) Time: baseline
Description: Number of infants born by vaginal delivery or cesarean sectionMeasure: Evaluate the impact of confinement on the type of prematurity rate: spontaneous or not Time: baseline
Description: Number of infants transferred from referring hospitals to the level III NICU for prematurityMeasure: Evaluate the impact of confinement on the outborn rate managed by the Regional Neonatal transport team for prematurity Time: baseline
Description: Diagnosis evaluation of prematurely born infants during lockdown periodMeasure: Evaluate the type of prematurity over the period of confinement Time: baseline
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