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Trial Name Trial ID Main Coordinating Centre
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A cluster randomised trial to evaluate the effectiveness of a telephone based coaching program in reducing excessive gestational weight gain amongst pregnant women - pilot ACTRN12615000397516 Liverpool Hospital
michelle.maxwell@sswahs.nsw.gov.au
Currently recruiting
A comparison of fentanyl with pethidine for pain relief during childbirth ACTRN12609001027202 GPO Box 2100, Adelaide SA 5001
degr0013@flinders.edu.au
Currently recruiting
A micronutrient intervention for pregnant women experiencing symptoms of depression and anxiety ACTRN12617000354381 Mental Health and Nutrition Research Group, Department of Psychology, University of Canterbury, Christchurch 8140
Prof Julia Rucklidge
julia.rucklidge@canterbury.ac.nz
Currently recruiting Maternal mental health, micronutrients Pregnant women
A pilot study on delivery suite mask ventilation in extremely preterm infants ACTRN12614000245695 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit; Westmead Hospital
dharmesh.shah@health.nsw.gov.au; mark.tracy@health.nsw.gov.au
Currently recruiting
A randomised control trial (RCT) of enhanced parenting to improve developmental outcomes in preterm infants ACTRN12612000194864 University of Queensland
p.colditz@uq.edu.au
Currently recruiting Newborn developmental. Parenting
A randomised control trial comparing two methods of delivering continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), infant flow system CPAP and bubble CPAP, in supporting successful extubation for infants of birth weights less than or equal to 1500 grams at birth ACTRN12605000400662/NCT00187434 Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Canada marilyn.hyndman@sw.ca Currently recruiting
A randomised controlled trial of continuous versus intermittent infusion of vancomycin in neonates NCT02210169 Murdoch Childrens Research Institute amanda.gwee@rch.org.au Currently recruiting
A randomised controlled trial studying the effectiveness of mask ventilation with a 2 person method compared to a 1 person method in preterm neonates prior to non-emergent endotracheal intubation in reducing mask leak and airway obstruction ACTRN12613001216707 Westmead Hospital mark.tracy@swahs.health.nsw.gov.au Currently recruiting
A randomised trial of a nasal barrier dressing to reduce nasal trauma in very preterm infants receiving continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) or nasal intermittent positive pressure ventilation (NIPPV) treatment: The ProNose study 00-9908977654321`234567--=\\\][POU A randomised trial of a nasal barrier dressing to reduce nasal trauma in very preterm infants receiving continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) or nasal intermittent positive pressure ventilation (NIPPV) treatment: The ProNose study;. Currently recruiting
A RCT of pregnant women being monitored during labour with ST analysis monitoring and cardiotocography compared to being monitored with cardiotocography alone in order to reduce caesarean section whilst still having comparable outcomes for the baby. ACTRN12615001308583 Women's & Children's Hospital, Adelaide chrisswilkinson@mac.com Currently recruiting Labour and intrapartum care Women >= 18 years, gestation >36 completed weeks, expected to labour and deliver vaginally, singleton fetus, cephalic presentation, suitable for STan monitoring.
AAMS - Antenatal Asthma Management Service ACTRN12613000244707 The Robinson Institute, University of Adelaide
vicki.clifton@adelaide.edu.au
Currently recruiting Participants must be less than 18 weeks gestation with a singleton pregnancy, have asthma which has been previously diagnosed by a doctor and is not currently in remission (remission defined as no asthma symptoms and no use of asthma medications in previous year), aged 18-45 years,
ACCORd - Efficacy of training general practitioners in structured contraceptive counselling for increasing use of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC): The Australian Contraceptive ChOice pRoject ACTRN12615001346561 Department of General Practice, School of Primary Health Care, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University, Building 1, 270 Ferntree Gully Road, Notting Hill, Victoria 3168
Prof Danielle Mazza, danielle.mazza@monash.edu
Currently recruiting
ACDC - Aboriginal Cord Delayed Clamping Study: Investigating delayed cord clamping versus immediate cord clamping for term newborn Aboriginal infants from remote Aboriginal communities ACTRN12612000071820 Menzies School of Health Research melanie.hanson@menzies.edu.au Currently recruiting Indigenous maternal/perinatal health
Adding negative pRESSure to improve healING (the DRESSING trial) ACTRN12615000286549 NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Nursing (NCREN), Centre for Health Practice Innovation (HPI), Menzies Health Institute Qld (MHIQ), GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY, Gold Coast Campus b.gillespie@griffith.edu.au Currently recruiting Caesarean section, Negative pressure wound therapy, Surgical site infection Pregnant women with BMI ≥30, undergoing Caesarean section
APProve: CAn Probiotics ImPROVE Breastfeeding Outcomes? ACTRN12615000923561 Royal North Shore Hospital, St Leonards natasha.nassar@sydney.edu.au Currently recruiting
BEAR - An effect of antenatal and postanatal maternal support programs on attachment and resilience for mums and infants: A randomised controlled trial ACTRN12615000684527 Centre for Women’s Mental Health, RWH – Dr Angela Komiti (Project Coordinator): angelaak@unimelb.edu.au Currently recruiting Maternal mental health; early intervention; attachment Pregnant women referred for mental health services at RWH
BELIEF - Birth Emotions looking to improve Expectant or Extreme Fear ACTRN12612000526875 Griffith University j.toohill@griffith.edu.au Currently recruiting
BLT - The Breathing for Life Trial: A randomised controlled trial of fractional exhaled nitric oxide based management of asthma during pregnancy and its impact on perinatal outcomes and infact and childhood respiratory health ACTRN12613000202763 John Hunter Hospital (University of Newcastle / Hunter Medical Research Institute). CIA: Dr Vanessa E Murphy Vanessa.murphy@newcastle.edu.au Currently recruiting asthma, pregnancy, perinatal outcomes Pregnant women, aged 18years of over, with doctor-diagnosed asthma and recent symptoms and/or medication use, between 12-22 weeks gestation
BUGS Trial - Randomized Double-blind Placebo-controlled Trial of Probiotics in Pregnancy and its effect on Group-B Streptococcal Colonization ACTRN12615000239561 Fiona Stanley Hospital WA shailender.mehta@health.wa.gov.au Currently recruiting
Can artificial blastocoele shrinkage prior to vitrification improve the vitrification process, improve post-thaw survival and improve pregnancy outcomes ACTRN12615000453583 Fertility SA, St Andrews Hospital, 350 South Tce, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000
Mr Michael Barry, mbarry@fertilitysa.com.au
Currently recruiting
Candida in Pregnancy Study (CiPS) - Treatment of asymptomatic candidiasis in pregnant women for the prevention of preterm birth NHMRC 632532; ACTRN12610000607077 Royal North Shore Hospital krrickar@nsccahs.health.nsw.gov.au Currently recruiting
Capacity for informed consent during labour ACTRN12614000456651 School of Women's and Children's Health, UNSW, Royal Hospital for Women amanda.henry@unsw.edu.au Currently recruiting
CHiPS Study - Weaning preterm infants with a gestational age (GA) of <30 weeks from respiratory support: a comparison of duration of respiratory support with heated humidified high flow nasal cannula (HHHFNC) and continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) ACTRN12615000077561 Middlemore Hospital, Counties Manukau DHB, Neonatal Unit, Joanne Clements
joanne.clements@middlemore.co.nz
Currently recruiting Preterm infants
Weaning study
High flow nasal cannula
Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP)
Infants born at <30 weeks gestational age. Required to have been stable on CPAP 6cmH20 for at least 48 hours are eligible for study
Comparative 12 month study of menstrually-signalled use of a combined contraceptive pill versus a combined contraceptive vaginal ring ACTRN12609000391279 Family Planning NSW (FPNSW), 328-336 Liverpool Road, Ashfield 2131 NSW
janeh@fpnsw.org.au
Currently recruiting
Comparison of blood collection tubes for blood glucose testing in the diagnosis of gestational diabetes ACTRN12614001089628 Department of Medicine, Christchurch Hospital helen.lunt@cdhb.health.nz Currently recruiting
Control of breathing and measurement of disease severity in premature infants with chronic lung disease ACTRN12613000124730 Monash Medical Centre, Clayton Campus Vic kenneth.tan@monash.edu.au Currently recruiting
COPRA - A pilot randomised controlled trial of outpatient balloon catheter priming for induction of labour ACTRN12612001184864 Women`s & Children`s Hospital chrisswilkinson@mac.com Currently recruiting Pregnancy is at term (37 completed weeks to 42 completed weeks), intact membranes, induction being performed for post-dates or social reason, singleton, appropriately grown by clinical exam, cephalic presentation. (Clinical suspicion of growth restriction investigated by ultrasound assessment). -Cervical ripening for reasons other than fetal or maternal compromise.
CRUMD - Cervical Ripening Using Misoprostol vs Dinoprostone: A randomised, triple-blinded, interventional study comparing safety and efficacy in primiparous women ACTRN12616000522415 John Hunter Hospital; Lookout Rd; New Lambton Heights; NSW 2305
Dr Angela Boulton
Angela.Boulton@hnehealth.nsw.gov.au
Currently recruiting Labour, induction methods, cervical ripening Pregnant women
Determination of equivalent doses (ED50) of metaraminol and phenulephrine needed to prevent hypotension during elective caesarean section under regional anaesthesia King Edward Memorial Hospital for Women (KEMH) nolan.mcdonnell@health.wa.gov.au Currently recruiting Labour and intrapartum care
DIAMOND - DIfferent Approaches to MOderate & later preterm Nutrition: Determinants of feed tolerance, body composition and development ACTRN12616001199404 Liggins Institute, University of Auckland
t.alexander@auckland.ac.nz
Currently recruiting
IMPACT endorsed
Newborn nutrition Newborn body composition Neurodevelopment Preterm babies between 32+0 - 35+6 admitted to the neonatal unit requiring IV insertion
Efficacy of the Eating4Two smartphone application for the prevention of excessive gestational weight gain ACTRN12617000169347 University of Canberra, Bruce ACT, 2601
Prof Deborah Davis
deborah.davis@canberra.edu.au
Currently recruiting Pregnancy, maternal weight gain, smart phone application Pregnant women
EPAR study - Early PARacetamol (EPAR) to promote early closure of the ductus arteriosus in preterm infants ACTRN12616001517460 Department of Newborn Care, Royal Hospital for Women, Barker St, Randwick NSW 2031
Dr Timothy Schindler
tschindl@med.usyd.edu.au
Currently recruiting Newborn, preterm, ductus arteriosus Preterm newborns
Epidural pain relief and the outcome of labour ACTRN12614000448640 Sydney Medical School Nepean, The University of Sydney hall6a3@hotmail.com Currently recruiting
Evaluation of physiotherapy management in pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain ACTRN12614000472673 Westmead Hospital, Sydney NSW Australia. Ms Dragana Ceprnja dragana.ceprnja@health.nsw.gov.au Currently recruiting Pelvic girdle pain, physiotherapy Pregnant women with pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain
Evaluation of the C2u Project - Evaluation of the effectiveness of an infant and family health and wellbeing text message intervention (Connecting 2u) in supporting expectant and new parents ACTRN12616000072415 Children's Health Queensland, South Brisbane, QLD 4101
Ms Cindy Dawson
Cindy.Dawson@health.qld.gov.au
Currently recruiting Parenting support Pregnant women
Evaluation of the online Cry Baby program: a universal online program that aims to increase parent understanding of normal infant sleeping and crying patterns and reduce associated parental depression and fatigue Cry Baby ACTRN12613001098729 Parenting Research Centre, Melbourne, Vic. fcook@parentingrc.org.au Currently recruiting
EVARO study (Enteral vitamin A to improve Respiratory Outcomes) Oral vitamin A for prevention of bronchopulmonary dysplasia in extremely preterm infants: a randomised controlled trial ACTRN12616000408482 Department of Neonatal Paediatrics, King Edward Memorial Hospital, Subiaco, WA 6008
Dr Abhijeet Rakshasbhuvankar
abhijeet.rakshasbhuvankar@health.wa.gov.au
Currently recruiting Newborn respiratory, extremely preterm, chronic lung disease prevention Extremely preterm newborns
FIB-UPFRONT PPH - The effect of Upfront Administration of Fibrinogen concentrate on total blood volume loss in Obstetric Haemorrhage ? A Pilot study ACTRN12614000691640 National Women's Health, Auckland City Hospital jayv@adhb.govt.nz Currently recruiting Severe postpartum haemorrahge
Fibrinogen concentrate
ROTEM
Postpartum women with haemorrhage > 1500 mL who meet ROTEM point-of-case testing criteria for treatment with fibrinogen concentrate or placebo
FICare - A Family Integrated Care model for the neonatal intensive care unit: a cluster randomised controlled trial NCT01852695 Mt Sinai Hospital, Canada k.lui@unsw.edu.au Currently recruiting
Foley Catheter Latex versus Silicone for Cervical Ripening Prior to Term Induction of Labour: a randomized controlled trial ACTRN12615000795594 Westmead Hospital; Dr Terry McGee, Terry.McGee@health.nsw.gov.au Currently recruiting Latex; Silicon; Foley catheter This is a prospective randomized clinical trial that is carried out in the Day Assessment Unit and the Birth Unit (the usual sites of Foley catheter insertion) at Westmead Hospital . All women 16 years and over booked for cervical ripening with a Foley catheter before term induction of labour are asked to participate in the study.
Apart from the randomization of catheter material (latex v silicone) all other care will be identical to women not participating in the study.
GEMS - Gestational diabetes trial of detection thresholds: Impact on health and costs ACTRN12615000290594 Liggins Institute, GEMS@auckland.ac.nz Currently recruiting Gestational diabetes, diagnostic thresholds, birthweight Women at >24 weeks’ gestation having a oral glucose tolerance test for gestational diabetes
Gen-D Study - The efficacy of vitamin D supplementation in infants on bone mineral content: A double blind randomized controlled trial ACTRN12613000732785 University of Tasmania Menzies Research Institute Ingrid.vanderMei@utas.edu.au Currently recruiting
GluT pilot - Glucose Targets in gestational diabetes Pilot ACTRN12614001250628 Women's and Children's Hospital bill.hague@adelaide.edu.au Currently recruiting Diabetes. Maternal medical conditions Pregnant women with gestational diabetes diagnosed on 75g OGTT: fasting glucose >=5.5 mmol/L and 2h glucose >=8.5 mmol/L, between 12 and 30 weeks gestation, with a singleton or twin pregnancy, not previously diagnosed as diabetic
GRoW - Metformin and dietary advice to improve insulin sensitivity and promote gestational restriction of weight in pregnant women who are obese - a randomised trial ACTRN12612001277831 Discipline of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, The University of Adelaide andrea.deussen@adelaide.edu.au Currently recruiting Obesity. Maternal nutrition Women with a singleton, live gestation between 10 +0 and 20 +0 weeks gestation with a BMI above or equal to 30 kg/m2 at their first antenatal visit.
HINT 2 - Hyperglycaemia in Neonates Trial. Computer determined insulin dosage in the management of neonatal hyperglycaemia ACTRN12614000492651 University of Auckland; Department of Paediatrics: Child and Youth Health, Jane Alsweiler, j.alsweiler@auckland.ac.nz Currently recruiting Neonatal hyperglycaemia, Insulin
Extremely preterm babies with neonatal hyperglycaemia
hPOD - Hypoglycaemia prevention in newborns with oral dextrose ACTRN12614001263684 Distinguished Prof Jane Harding, Principal Investigator, Liggins Institute, University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland 1142, +6493737599 ext 86439, j.harding@auckland.ac.nz

Kelly Fredell, Clinical Research Coordinator, Research Development Coordinator,
Liggins Institute, University of Auckland, Private Bag 92019, Auckland 1142,
+64 9 923 7720 Ext 87720, k.fredell@auckland.ac.nz
Currently recruiting In newborn infants at risk of hypoglycaemia does prophylactic oral dextrose gel compared to placebo reduce admission to Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Newborn babies at risk of hypoglycaemia
HUMBA - Healthy mUMs and Babies Trial. A four-armed randomised controlled demonstration trial of a multifaceted dietary intervention and probiotic capsules in obese pregnant women in the Counties Manukau Health region ACTRN12615000400561 HUMBA room, Community Midwifery area, Building2, Level 2, 19 Lambie Drive,
Manukau, Auckland Contact: Rennae Taylor, Email: r.taylor@auckland.ac.nz
Currently recruiting Probiotics, Nutritional intervention, Birthweight, Gestational weight gain Non-diabetic obese women with a singleton pregnancy
HUMID Study - A comparison of humidified and unconditioned gases in the delivery room for stabilising preterm infants less than 30 weeks gestation at birth ACTRN12613000093785 The Royal Women's Hospital, Vic lorraine.mcgrory@thewomens.org.au Currently recruiting Newborn resuscitation
HUNTER trial - High-flow nasal cannulae use in non-tertiary centres for early respiratory distress in newborn infants ACTRN12614001203640 Dr Brett Manley, Newborn Research Centre, The Royal Women's Hospital, Parkville, VIC Currently recruiting Neonatology, Respiratory Distress, Preterm Infants, CPAP
Preterm and term infants admitted to non-tertiary nurseries with respiratory distress
HUUT - Hysterectomy or Uphold Uterine Conservation in women with apical prolapse – a Comparative Trial (HUUT) ACTRN12611000633987 c/o Urodynamic Clinic, 823 - 865 Centre Road, East Bentleigh VIC 3165
alison.leitch@southernhealth.org.au
Currently recruiting