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HS&DR - 12/5005/06

Selection, definition and evaluation of important early morbidities associated with paediatric cardiac surgery

Project title: Selection, definition and evaluation of important early morbidities associated with paediatric cardiac surgery

Call to action: 12/5005 12/5005 HS&DR Researcher Led

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Mr Victor TsangORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-2023-1266

Contractor: Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £1,163,211.39

Co-investigators: Dr Aparna Hoskote, Dr Jo Wray, Mr Andrew McLean, Mr David Barron, Mr Serban Stoica, Mr Thomas Witter, Ms Anne Keatley Clarke, Ms Deborah Ridout, Professor Christina Pagel, Professor David Anderson, Professor Katherine Brown, Professor Martin Utley, Professor Stephen Morris.

Started: January 2014 | Status: Published July 2020

PROSPERO registration: CRD42014006421

Families and clinicians prioritised overlapping but different morbidities, but extracorporeal life support and multiple morbidities are particularly important adverse outcomes.

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