Maternal and Perinatal Outcomes of Pandemic Influenza in Pregnancy
This NIHR supported study is a national study of women hospitalised with confirmed COVID-19 in pregnancy. The study, funded by the NIHR, will use the UK Obstetric Surveillance System (UKOSS) to collect information about all pregnant women admitted to hospital who are confirmed to have the virus infection.
Status: Open to Recruitment in ICHT, Chelwest, LNWUH, Hillingdon
Sponsor: University of Oxford
CI: Prof Marian Knight
The information will be analysed on a continuous basis to inform ongoing guidance for women and maternity staff as we respond to the pandemic. Specifically, the study will describe incidence, management and outcomes of COVID-19 in pregnancy and identify factors associated with better outcomes for women and their babies. Anonymous information will be collected through the existing UK Obstetric Surveillance System (UKOSS) reporters, who are based in all maternity units in the UK. Reporters have been sent a live link to allow them to notify cases and complete an anonymous data collection form.
- 1. Any pregnant woman hospitalised who has tested positive for COVID-19 will be included.
- 2. Aged 16-45 years.