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A pilot cluster randomised clinical trial of the use of selective gut decontamination in critically ill children (Paediatric Intensive Care and Infection Control: PICnIC)

Project title: A pilot cluster randomised clinical trial of the use of selective gut decontamination in critically ill children (Paediatric Intensive Care and Infection Control: PICnIC)

Call to action: 16/152 16/152 Selective gut decontamination in critically ill children

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Dr Nazima PathanORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-9447-4252

Contractor: University of Cambridge

Cost: £519,652.40

Co-investigators: Associate Professor John Pappachan, Dr Kerry Woolfall, Dr Lyvonne Tume, Dr Rob Shulman, Dr Roger Parslow, Dr Theodore Gouliouris, Mr Paul Mouncey, Mrs Olivia Warham, Professor Brian Cuthbertson, Professor David Harrison, Professor Kathryn Rowan.

Started: November 2019 | Status: Research in progress

ISRCTN: 40310490

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