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QUIDS Quantitative Fibronectin to help Decision-making in women with Symptoms of Preterm Labour

Project title: QUIDS Quantitative Fibronectin to help Decision-making in women with Symptoms of Preterm Labour

Call to action: 14/32 14/32 Quantitative fetal fibronectin for ruling out preterm labour

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Sarah StockORCID logo

Lead Author: Dr Sarah StockORCID logo

Contractor: The University of Edinburgh

Cost: £808,890.88

Co-investigators: Dr Gert-Jan van Baaren, Dr Kathleen BoydORCID logo, Dr Lesley JacksonORCID logo, Dr Manju ChandiramaniORCID logo, Mrs Susan Harper-ClarkeORCID logo, Professor Andrew ShennanORCID logo, Professor Asma KhalilORCID logo, Professor Ben MolORCID logo, Professor Jane NormanORCID logo, Professor John NorrieORCID logo, Professor Jon DorlingORCID logo, Professor Khalid KhanORCID logo, Professor Rachel MorrisORCID logo, Professor Richard RileyORCID logo, Professor Tina LavenderORCID logo.

Started: December 2015 | Status: Published September 2021

ISRCTN: 41598423 | PROSPERO registration: CRD42015027590

This study developed a prognostic model, including quantitative fetal fibronectin and clinical risk factors, that showed excellent performance in predicting spontaneous preterm birth within 7 days.

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