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The PRECeDe Trial
revention of neonatal
espiratory distress with antenatal corticosteroids prior to
aesarean section in women with
iabetes – A Feasibility Randomised Trial.
Welcome to the enrolment website.
The PRECeDe trial has been developed as an international multicentred randomised, placebo-controlled trial to assess the role of antenatal corticosteroids prior to elective CS between 35+0 and 38+6 weeks in women with gestational or pre-gestational diabetes by leading academics in Australia and New Zealand. In order to evaluate the feasibility of undertaking such an ambitious study, we will first undertake this PRECeDe Pilot Feasibility study to determine the patient and clinician acceptability for the trial as well as to ensure that data collection and outcome measures for the main trial are robust.
Are women and their care-givers willing to participate in a randomised clinical trial to evaluate the effectiveness or harms of administering antenatal corticosteroids to women with either pre-gestational or gestational diabetes who plan to give birth by elective CS between 35+0 weeks and 38+6 weeks?
To evaluate the feasibility of conducting a large multicentred randomized clinical trial to evaluate the maternal and neonatal outcomes of administering antenatal corticosteroids to women with either pre-gestational or gestational diabetes who plan to give birth by elective CS between 35+0 weeks and 38+6 weeks. Specifically, to determine
Whether participation in the trial is acceptable to women
Whether participation in the trial is acceptable to care providers
Whether blinding of the interventional drug and placebo is achievable
Whether the data collection processes are robust and ensure that all data are appropriately measured and collected
The time taken by research staff to recruit, and randomise women, and collect relevant clinical outcome data
PRECeDe Trial AU coordinators
Phone: +61 412 019 915
For urgent clinical queries only if the coordinators cannot be reached contact A/Prof Joanne Said
Phone: +64 411460940
Clinical Data Services Team
Liggins Institute, University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland 1142, New Zealand
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