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  • Albrechtsen S et al: The Nordic Robson Research (NoRR) collaboration.  Analysis of the Robson groups in the Nordic countries. Led by prof Finn Egil Skjeldestad, Tromsø, Norway.

 

  • Danielsson K et.al. Hypertensive pregnancy complications in women with epilepsy and antiepileptic drugs. Outcome measure: Specified hypertensive obstetric complications among women with epilepsy in first pregnancies.

 

  • Danielsson K et.al. Recurrent obstetric complications in women with epilepsy and antiepileptic drugs. Outcome measure: Maternal complications and risk of recurrence in subsequent pregnancies in women with epilepsy. 

 

  • Ebbing C et al. Sensitivity and specificity of the routine first or second trimester ultrasound in diagnosing anomalous umbilical cord insertion. Outcome measure: sensitivity and specificity of the ultrasound routine scan in the hands of specially trained midwives.

 

 

 

  • Ebbing C et al: Placenta previa- a clinical prospective study. Outcome measure: Maternal and fetal outcome; maternal bleeding, delivery mode according to development of placental position and properties identified by ultrasonography. Birth weight and neonatal complications.

 

 

  • Ebbing C et al. Umbilical cord and placental pathology and neonatal and child development and health. Outcome measure: Cerebral palsy and other developmental disorders in individuals exposed for anomalous umbilical cord.

 

  • Ebbing C et al: umbilical cord and placenta- outcome of pregnancies with anomal cord length, establishment of population based references for cord length

 

  • Keslser J et al: Fetal circadian rhythm in normal and diabetic pregnancies – a longitudinal observational study. Outcome measure: parameters of cosinor analysis.

 

 

  • Kessler J et al: Amniotic fluid lactate measurement - a clinical implementation study ("Giving Birth Project"). Outcome measure: Mode of delivery depending on chosen treatment for high amniotic fluid lactate levels. Cooperation with Karolinska institute, Stockholm, Sweden

 

  • Kessler J et al: Myocardial function in the perinatal period- a longitudinal ultrasound study. Outcome measure: Myocardial strain parameters and cardiac output. Cooperation with the Dep. of pediatrics.

 

  • Kessler J et al. A new classification system for intrapartum cesarean section- a nationwide observational study. Outcome measure: classification depending on indication, progress in labor and use of oxytocin. Cooperation with National Maternity Hospital Dublin, Ireland.

 

  • Kiserud T et al. CONIMPREG: A longitudinal study from preconception to early childhood: how conception and implantation influence fetal growth, duration of pregnancy and child development, and how parental and environmental factors can modify these elements and set a life course.

 

  • Kiserud T et al. WHO fetal growth charts. A multinational longitudinal ultrasound study. World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland.

 

  • Kiserud T et al. Gestational age assessment during 2nd and 3rd trimester. WHO collaboration, Geneva, Switzerland.

 

  • Kiserud T et al. Fetal growth velocity. WHO collaboration, Geneva, Switzerland.

 

  • Kiserud T et al. Fetal growth, a systematic review. A WHO collaboration led by Rogelio Gonzalez, Santiago, Chile

 

  • Kiserud T et al. Symphysiotomy, an alternative in obstructed labour. A formative study.

 

  • Kiserud T et al. Umbilical venous flow, fetal liver size and early life consequences. Led by Guttorm Haugen, A Southampton Women Survey study, Southampton, UK.

 

  • Kiserud T et al. Risk of stillbirth in growth restricted fetuses with umbilical and ductus venosus absent/reversed end-diastolic velocity: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Led by Francesc Figueras, Barcelona, Spain

 

  • Kiserud T et al. The transition at birth of hepatic, cardiac and cerebral circulation, blood flow distribution, and myocardial function in term and preterm infants with intrauterine growth restriction. Led by Drude Fugelseth, Oslo, Norway

 

  • Kiserud T et al. Umbilical artery Doppler to differentiate fetal growth restriction in a low-income country. An interventional study in Nepal.

 

  • Rasmussen S et al. Familial risk of preterm labor, with and without prelabour rupture of the membranes. Outcome measure: Recurrent preterm birth starting with or without preterm rupture of the membranes- over generations and between siblings and other relatives.

 

  • Rasmussen S et al. Familial risk of dystocia.  Outcome measure: Recurrent dystocia - over generations and between siblings and other relatives.

 

  • Rasmussen S et al. Familial risk of shoulder dystocia.  Outcome measure: Recurrent shoulder dystocia - over generations and between siblings and other relatives.

 

  • Rasmussen S et al. Familial risk of postpartum bleeding.  Outcome measure: Recurrent postpartum bleeding - over generations and between siblings and other relatives.

 

  • Rasmussen S et al. Familial risk of placental abruption.  Outcome measure: Recurrent placental abruption - over generations and between siblings and other relatives.

 

  • Rasmussen S et al.  Vaginal Birth after cesarean section –Norway 1967-2010.

 

  • Rasmussen S et al. Preeclampsia in women with previous cesarean section.

 

  • Rasmussen S. Social inequalities in obstetric services in Norway 1967-2009.