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HTA - 11/129/261

Short course daily prednisolone therapy at the time of upper respiratory tract infection in children with relapsing steroid sensitive nephrotic syndrome; the PREDNOS 2 study

Project title: Short course daily prednisolone therapy at the time of upper respiratory tract infection in children with relapsing steroid sensitive nephrotic syndrome; the PREDNOS 2 study

Call to action: 11/129 Rapid trials to inform clinical decision making in the NHS

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Martin ChristianORCID logo

Contractor: Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust

Cost: £1,044,759.00

Co-investigators: Associate Professor Billingsley KaambwaORCID logo, Dr Angela HallORCID logo, Dr Ania Koziell, Dr Caroline JonesORCID logo, Dr David MilfordORCID logo, Dr Detlef BockenhauerORCID logo, Dr Eric Finlay, Dr Karl McKeeverORCID logo, Dr Rodney GilbertORCID logo, Dr Shivram HegdeORCID logo, Mrs Elizabeth BrettellORCID logo, Mrs Heather Maxwell, Mrs Natalie Rowland (nee Ives)ORCID logo, Mrs Wendy Cook, Ms Jenny Booth, Professor Moin SaleemORCID logo.

Started: October 2012 | Status: Waiting to publish

ISRCTN: 10900733

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