Clinical Trial

Cerebroplacental Ratio and Outcomes in Low Risk Pregnancies

Study Description

Does the Cerebroplacental Ratio (CPR) Predict Adverse Outcomes in Low Risk Pregnancies?

Ultrasound Doppler studies are used during pregnancy to help manage pregnancies complicated by fetal growth restriction. The cerebroplacental ratio may predict adverse outcomes in low risk pregnancies. In a prospective study, the investigators will examine whether fetuses with an abnormal CPR at or near term are at increased risk for being delivered by cesarean,

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Methods

No pharmaceutical medication involved No pharmaceutical medication involved
Patients and healthy individuals accepted Patients and healthy individuals accepted

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Additional Information

Official Study Title

Does the Cerebroplacental Ratio (CPR) Predict Adverse Outcomes in Low Risk Pregnancies?

Clinical Trial ID

NCT03066726

ParticipAid ID

Rb43na