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Effects of probiotics on atopic dermatitis: a randomised controlled trial Susan Prescott Recruitment complete
A comparison of axillary and tympanic temperature recording in the preterm and term infant ACTRN12608000213347 The Townsville Hospital, Qld
Jacqueline Smith
Recruitment complete
Improving the outcome of premature infants - a randomised trial of preventive care at home NHMRC284512 Terrie Inder Recruitment complete
A*STEROID - Australasian Antenatal Study to Evaluate the Role Of Intramuscular Dexamethasone versus betamethasone prior to preterm birth to increase survival free of childhood neurosensory disability - a randomised controlled trial ACTRN12608000631303 The University of Adelaide / Women's & Children's Hospital pat.ashwood@adelaide.edu.au Recruitment complete Preterm birth ? improving outcomes (antenatal interventions). Newborn respiratory Women at risk of preterm birth at less than 34 weeks gestation, have a singleton or twin pregnancy and no contraindications to the use of antenatal corticosteroids
HOPE Trial - Prevention of recurrent pre-eclampsia by folic acid and supplementation in women with hyperhomocysteinaemia PT0362 William Hague Recruitment complete Preeclampsia
Effects of different levels of incubator humidity on temperature and fluid and electrolyte balance in infants born at 28 weeks and less ACTRN12606000138583 Yuk-Shan Kong Recruitment complete
Fetal Middle Cerebral Artery Doppler (MCA) velocimetry to determine the timing of second and subsequent fetal blood transfusions in the treatment of fetal anaemia secondary to red cell alloimmunisation - a randomised controlled trial ACTRN12608000643370 The University of Adelaide, SA jodie.dodd@adelaide.edu.au Recruitment complete Fetal surveillance Pregnant women whose fetus has anaemia secondary to red cell alloimmunisation (due to any red cell antibody alone or in combination) as indicated by the need to have performed a single intra-uterine fetal blood transfusion
ACTOMgSO4 - Australasian Collaborative Trial of Magnesium Sulphate for the Prevention of Mortality and Cerebral Palsy in Infants Born Very Preterm PT0354/ACTRN012606000252516 Adelaide Women's and Children's caroline.crowther@adelaide.edu.au Recruitment complete Preterm birth ? improving outcomes (antenatal interventions) Pregnant women of gestation less than 30 weeks where delivery is planned or definately expected within 24 hours
Dietary modification for asthma control in pregnancy ACTRN12613000301763 The University of Adelaide/Robinson Research Inst vicki.clifton@adelaide.edu.au Recruitment complete
ACTORDS - Australasian Collaborative Trial of Repeat Doses of Corticosteroids for the Prevention of Neonatal Respiratory Disease ACTRN12606000318583; PT0349; ISRCTN48656428 Adelaide Women's and Children's
Recruitment complete Preterm birth improving outcomes (antenatal interventions). Newborn respiratory Singleton, twin or triplet pregnancy at less than 32 weeks gestation; 7 or more days since first corticosteroid treatment, remaining at risk of preterm delivery
HINT - High blood sugar levels and insulin treatment in preterm babies ACTRN12606000270516 Auckland j.alsweiler@adhb.govt.nz Recruitment complete
Comparison of heart rate and oxygen saturation measurements from Masimo and Nellcor pulse oximeters in newly born term infants The University of Melbourne Recruitment complete
A randomised trial of sertraline, cognitive behaviour therapy & combined therapy for postnatal depression NCT02122393 Austin Health jeannette.milgrom@austin.org.au Recruitment complete
Three model care pathways for postnatal depression NCT01002027 Austin Health, Vic Jeanette Milgrom Recruitment complete Parental social and emotional wellbeing
PremieStart - Improving neurobehavioural development in preterm infants ACTRN12606000412538 Austin Health, Vic Jeannette Milgrom Recruitment complete
TIPPS - Thrombophilia in pregnancy prophylaxis study: a multicentre, multinational, randomised controlled trial of prophylactic low molecular weight heparin in high-risk pregnant thrombophilic women ISRCTN87441504 The University of Ottawa Hospital, Ontario, Canada, Professor Marc Rodger (Chief Investigator). Suzette Coat - Australian Coordinator Recruitment complete Preeclampsia. Fetal growth Pregnant women with thrombophilia at increased risk of venous thromboembolism or with previous placenta mediated pregnancy complication prior to 20 weeks gestation
DIAMIND - Diabetes SMS text reminders versus standard care for women who have had gestational diabetes mellitus to increase the rate of oral glucose testing in the postpartum period ACTRN12612000621819 Australian Research Centre for Health of Women & Babies, The University of Adelaide emer.heatley@adelaide.edu.au Recruitment complete Diabetes. Maternal medical conditions Women with GDM in current pregnancy, singleton or twin pregnancy, with access to a mobile phone, postnatal blood glucose that level returned to normal before discharge
GI Baby 3 - A dietary intervention during pregnancy to reduce child obesity ACTRN12610000681055 The University of Sydney Dawn Tan Recruitment complete Maternal nutrition. Obesity
IDEAL - Dietary and Lifestyle advice for women with borderline gestational glucose intolerance ACTRN12607000174482 Australian Research Centre for Health of Women and Babies (ARCH), The University of Adelaide pat.ashwood@adelaide.edu.au Recruitment complete Diabetes. Maternal nutrition Women between 24 weeks 0 days and 34 weeks 6 days gestation with a singleton pregnancy, with a positive OGCT (venous plasma glucose >=7.8 mmol/L) and a normal 75 gram OGTT (fasting venous plasma glucose <5.5 mmol/L and a 2 hour glucose <7.8 mmol/L),
Cycle Study - A study of the effectiveness of cycling exercise in breaking the cycle of pregnancy diabetes NCT01283854 The University of Western Australia john.newnham@uwa.edu.au; kim.guelfi@uwa.edu.au Recruitment complete Diabetes
CROPP - Controlled Released Oxycodone for post caesarean section pain relief.Comparing oral and intravenous patient controlled analgesia for post caesarean section pain relief: a randomised controlled trial ACTRN12613001011774 Toowoomba Hospital, QLD pierrekotze1@gmail.com Recruitment complete
TAPE - Providing Parents in a neonatal intensive care unit with audiorecordings of their conversation with neonatologists: a randomised trial ACTRN12606000478516 Townsville Guan Koh Recruitment complete
Baby Business: the first few months of life. The impact of a brief universal parenting program to prevent early infant sleep and cry problems and associated parental depression: a randomised controlled trial ISRCTN63834603 Centre for Community Child Health, Royal Children's Hospital Dr Harriet Hiscock Recruitment complete Parental social and emotional wellbeing
Incentives to stop smoking among pregnant Maori women: A feasibility trial Awhi-Incentives ACTRN12614000520639 University of Auckland m.glover@auckland.ac.nz Recruitment complete
MCV Study - Moxibustion for cephalic version: a feasibility study ACTRN12609000985280 Centre for Complementary Medicine, University of Western Sydney caroline.smith@uws.edu.au Recruitment complete
The virtual infant parenting program: a randomised controlled trial ISRCTN24952438 Centre for Devel Health, Curtin Heath Innov Res Inst, Curtin University of Technology Prof Sven Silburn Recruitment complete Parental social and emotional wellbeing
ADEPT - A randomised controlled trial of a decision aid for prenatal screening and diagnosis ACTRN012606000234516/NHMRC237124/PT0513/ISRCTN22532458 University of Melbourne Cate Nagle Recruitment complete
WEAVE - Women's Evaluation of Abuse and Violence Care in General Practice: a cluster randomised controlled trial ACTRN12608000032358 University of Melbourne Lorna J O'Doherty Recruitment complete Family violence
txt4two - Testing the feasibility of an intervention program to promote healthy nutrition, physical activity and weight gain in pregnant women ACTRN12614000288628 Dr Jane Wilcox, School of Exercise and Nutrition Sciences, Deakin University jwillcox@deakin.edu.au Recruitment complete Gestational weight gain, mHealth, nutrition
Eligible women were identified at their first hospital antenatal visit to a university-affiliated maternity hospital in Melbourne, Australia. Eligibility criteria included women with a singleton, live gestation between 10+0-17+6 weeks; self-reported pre-pregnancy BMI>25kg/m2; able to speak, read and write English; and owned a mobile phone.
MECSH - Effects on environmental, child, maternal and family outcomes for children born to at risk mothers (who have one or more risk factors for poorer parental coping) receiving sustained nurse home visiting compared with usual care ACTRN12608000473369 CHETRE, Liverpool Hospital Lynn Kemp Recruitment complete
An RCT of a personal financial incentive (PFI) intervention to reduce antenatal smoking in women receiving public antenatal care ACTRN12612000399897 University of Newcastle, Australia, Assoc Professor Marita Lynagh, Marita.Lynagh@newcastle.edu.au
Recruitment complete Smoking cessation, pregnancy, financial incentives A total of 42 women were recruited to participate in the trial, representing a consent rate of 17%
DHAllergy - Fish oil supplementation in pregnancy to reduce allergies in early childhood ACTRN12610000735055 Child Nutrition Research Centre, Women's & Children's Health Research Inst, WCH Debbie Palmer Recruitment complete Maternal nutrition Child to have a family history of medically diagnosed allergic disease (eczema, asthma, allergic rhinitis): singleton pregnancy less than 18-21 weeks gestation with no known fetal abnormality: mothers not to have had documented history of alcohol or drug abuse: no participation in other clinical trials with fatty acid intervention.
BLISS - Baby-led introduction to solids ACTRN12612001133820 University of Otago anne-louise.heath@otago.ac.nz Recruitment complete
TIGGA - Growth and nutritional status of infants fed formula based on goat milk or cow milk ACTRN12608000047392 Child Nutrition Research Women's & Children's Hospital Jo Zhou Recruitment complete Newborn nutrition Healthy term infants, birth weight >=2.5kg & <=4.75kg, mother is exclusively feeding an infant formula within 2 weeks of birth or plans to exclusively breastfeed for at least 4 months.
Prevention of Overweight in Infancy (POI.nz) study: a randomised controlled trial of sleep, food and activity interventions for preventing overweight from birth NCT00892983 University of Otago Barry J Taylor Recruitment complete
The DOMInO Trial - Randomised Trial of DHA in pregnancy to prevent postnatal depressive symptoms and enhance neurodevelopment in children ACTRN12611001125910/NHMRC 349301 Children, Youth and Women's Health Services, SA Suzanne McCusker Recruitment complete Maternal nutrition. Parental social and emotional wellbeing Children who were included in the secondary outcome (neurodevelopment at 18months as assessed by the BSIDIII) of the original DOMInO Trial
The evaluation of two types of pelvic support belt commonly used in the treatment of pubic symphysis pain to assess their comfort and symptom relief in pregnant New Zealand women; a pilot study ACTRN12614000898651 University of Otago stephanie.woodley@anatomy.otago.ac.nz Recruitment complete
The Colic, Irritability, Reflux, Intolerance and Allergy Study (CIRIAS) ACTRN12612000773831 University of Queensland, South Brisbane,Tracy Harb, t.harb@uq.edu.au Recruitment complete maternal dietary intervention for colic Mothers of fully breastfed infant <4 months of age with colic
PREGGIO - Pregnancy and Glycaemic Index Outcomes Study comparing a low glycaemic index (GI) diet to a standard healthy diet ACTRN12610000174088 Clinical Trials & Research Unit South East Sydney & Illwarra Area Health Service Diabetes Centre Shelly Charters Recruitment complete Maternal nutrition
PIFI - Parent Infant Feeding Initiative: a study to enhance breastfeeding duration ACTRN12614000605695 Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia. Prof Jane Scott jane.scott@curtin.edu.au Recruitment complete Health promotion/education; Breastfeeding Expectant couples (mothers and fathers)
FIFI - Father Infant Feeding Initiative: Increasing breastfeeding initiation and duration via education and social support for fathers ACTRN12609000667213 Curtin University Jenny Tohotoa Recruitment complete
PRAM - Prospective Randomised Automated versus Mercury blood pressure recordings in hypertensive pregnancy NCT00809666 University of Sydney Lynne Roberts Recruitment complete Maternal medical conditions
Using the Internet to support breastfeeding duration in regional Western Australia ACTRN12610000062022 Curtin University of Technology Office of Research and Development R.Giglia@exchange.curtin.edu.au Recruitment complete Breastfeeding
REFRESH - Reminder on Eating, Relaxation and Exercise support for Health ACTRN12609000718246 Curtin University of Technology p.howat@curtin.edu.au Recruitment complete
Twin birth study (TBS): a multicentred randomised controlled trial comparing planned caesarean section with planned vaginal birth for twins at 32-38 weeks gestation PT0540/ISRCTN74420086/ACTRN12606000267550 University of Toronto Dalah Mason Recruitment complete Labour and intrapartum care Twins where twin A is cephalic, gestational age 32-38 weeks, estimated fetal weight 1500-4000g, both twins alive.
A randomized controlled trial of a specialized health coaching intervention to prevent excessive gestational weight gain and postpartum weight retention in women: the HIPP study ACTRN12611000331932 School of Psychology, Deakin University, 221 Burwood Highway, Burwood VIC 3125
Professor Helen Skouteris, Helen.skouteris@deakin.edu.au
Recruitment complete Gestational weight gain, postpartum weight retention, health coaching Pregnant women (n=262) less than 18 weeks gestation (at recruitment), are 18 years of age or older, English speaking, with a pre-pregnancy BMI > 18.5kg/m2, and have no history of disordered eating or diabetes
The effect of time, temperature and storage device on umbilical cord blood gas and lactate measurement: a randomized controlled trial University of WA Craig Pennell Recruitment complete
Novel feeding system to promote the establishment of breastfeeding after preterm birth a randomised controlled trial ACTRN12614000875606 University of Western Australia karen.simmer@health.wa.gov.au Recruitment complete
PPBCR - Parental presence on bedside clinical rounds (PPBCR) in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) ACTRN12612000506897 Department of Neonatology, The Canberra Hospital Margaret Broom Recruitment complete
Epidural Blood Patch - The Effect of Volume on efficacy- a Multi-National, Multi-Centre, Randomised Controlled Trial ACTRN12605000319673 University of Western Australia Michael Paech Recruitment complete Labour and intrapartum care