Fødsler og kvindesygdomme, Kolding Sygehus
Investigating the most appropriate screening method for Group B Streptococcus colonization in order to provide a targeted prophylaxis for women at risk.
The early-onset neonatal infection with Group B streptococci (EOGBS) rate in some countries including Denmark is only 0.1-0.4/1,000 live births even though they have not implemented antepartum culture-based screening program. They still recommend risk based approach based on will-defined risk factors for EOGBS. However, debate about the most effective strategy for identifying candidates for IAP continues. The aim of this study was to find the best screening method for GBS colonization with the ultimate goal to provide a targeted prophylaxis for women at risk for 1) EOGBS and 2) preterm delivery (PTD); specifically we investigated 4 sets of objectives in 4 separate studies:
1.12.2013 - 31.11.2017.
Projekt er forsvaret
31. august 2018
Jens Kjølseth Møller (main supervisor), Professor, MD, DMSC, Ph.D., Department of Clinical Microbiology
Lillebaelt Hospital, Vejle.
Niels Uldbjerg (co-supervisor), Professor, MD, DMSC, Ph.D., Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Aarhus University hospital, Skejby.
Publikationer og aktiviteter
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