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The Danish National Birth Cohort - its background, structure and aim
The Danish National Birth Cohort (Better health for mother and child) was established, a large cohort of pregnant women with long-term follow-up of the offspring was the obvious choice because many of the exposures of interest cannot be reconstructed with sufficient validity back in time.
Do Pregnant Women Report Use of Dispensed Medications?
- C. Olesen, C. Søndergaard, N. Thrane, G. Lauge Nielsen, L. de Jong-van den Berg, J. Olsen
- Medicine, Political ScienceEpidemiology
- 1 September 2001
The results indicate that for some drug groups risk assessment studies based on prescription data may produce false negative results as a result of noncompliance, and for the latter drug groups the prescription database may provide an incomplete identification of exposure.
Psychosocial distress during pregnancy and the risk of infantile colic: a follow‐up study
- C. Søndergaard, J. Olsen, E. Friis-Hasché, M. Dirdal, N. Thrane, H. Sørensen
- Medicine, PsychologyActa paediatrica
- 1 July 2003
The association between psychosocial exposures during pregnancy and the risk of infantile colic was examined as a substudy of the Danish National Birth Cohort from 1997 to 1999, with prenatal data collected twice during pregnancy.
Smoking during pregnancy and infantile colic.
The results indicate that maternal smoking during pregnancy may increase the risk of infantile colic.
Influence of day care attendance on the use of systemic antibiotics in 0- to 2-year-old children.
- N. Thrane, C. Olesen, J. Md, C. Søndergaard, H. Schønheyder, H. Sørensen
- Medicine, Political SciencePediatrics
- 1 May 2001
Enrollment in public day care facilities raised the risk of receiving an antibiotic prescription drug to the same extent in day care homes as well as in day Care centers, so it cannot recommend one facility over the other based on the present study.
Socioeconomic factors and risk of hospitalization with infectious diseases in 0- to 2-year-old Danish children
A population-based cohort study of Danish children born in 1997 found the highest risk of hospitalization for infectious diseases in children of mothers with only basic schooling, and particularly among those coming from single parent homes with a low income.
Nicotine Replacement Therapy During Pregnancy and Infantile Colic in the Offspring
It is found that infants exposed to NRT prenatally had an increased risk for infantile colic of the same magnitude as those exposed to tobacco smoke, indicating that nicotine may play a role in the pathogenesis of infantiles colic.
The Soma Assessment Interview: new parent interview on functional somatic symptoms in children.
Fetal growth and infantile colic
- C. Søndergaard, E. Skajaa, T. Henriksen
- MedicineArchives of disease in childhood. Fetal and…
- 1 July 2000
Low birth weight babies (< 2500 g) had more than twice the risk of infantile colic when controlled for gestational age, maternal height, and smoking.
Gestational age, small for gestational age, and infantile colic.
- I. Milidou, C. Søndergaard, M. Jensen, J. Olsen, T. Henriksen
- MedicinePaediatric and perinatal epidemiology
- 1 March 2014
The results suggest that the aetiology of infantile colic may be found in the prenatal, perinatal, and neonatal period, and small for gestational age infants in a large cohort.