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Effectiveness of progesterone to prevent miscarriage in women with early pregnancy bleeding: A randomised placebo-controlled trial (PRISM Trial: PRogesterone In Spontaneous Miscarriage Trial)

Project title: Effectiveness of progesterone to prevent miscarriage in women with early pregnancy bleeding: A randomised placebo-controlled trial (PRISM Trial: PRogesterone In Spontaneous Miscarriage Trial)

Call to action: 12/167 12/167 HTA CET Open Call, Outline Form

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Arri CoomarasamyORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-3261-9807

Contractor: University of Birmingham

Cost: £1,794,778.00

Co-investigators: Associate Professor Nicholas Raine-Fenning, Dr Caroline Overton, Dr Cecilia Bottomley, Dr Feroza Dawood, Dr Hoda Harb, Dr Pratima Gupta, Dr Roy Farquharson, Dr William Duncan, Mr Davor Jurkovic, Mr Kim Hinshaw, Mr Lee Middleton, Ms Ruth Bender Atik, Professor Andrew Horne, Professor Jane Daniels, Professor Jane Norman, Professor Mary Ann Lumsden, Professor Siobhan Quenby, Professor Thomas Bourne, Professor Tracy Roberts.

Started: October 2014 | Status: Waiting to publish

ISRCTN: 14163439

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