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MaatHRI: Safety of induction and augmentation of labour in pregnant women with anaemia

This prospective cohort study is examining the safety of inducing and augmenting labour in pregnant women with anaemia. Some women who have anaemia may need induction and/or augmentation during labour, but currently we do not know if this increases their risk of postpartum haemorrhage. This study will soon provide the evidence from a cohort of nearly 7000 pregnant women. Participant recruitment stared in October 2018 and we hope to complete the study by September 2022.

Total participants recruited as of August 2022

7991

Funding: This study is funded by a Medical Research Council Career Development Fellowship for Manisha Nair.

Key results: Will be added as and when available

Updated: Wednesday, 22 December 2021 15:19 (v13)