Caesarean section surgical techniques (CORONIS): a fractional, factorial, unmasked, randomised controlled trial

@article{Abalos2013CaesareanSS,
  title={Caesarean section surgical techniques (CORONIS): a fractional, factorial, unmasked, randomised controlled trial},
  author={Edgardo Abalos and Victor N Addo and Paul R. Brocklehurst and Maha El Sheikh and Bill Farrell and Shan Gray and Peter A. Hardy and Edmund Juszczak and Jiji Elizabeth Mathews and Shabeen Naz Masood and Enrique Oyarz{\'u}n and James Oyieke and Jai Bhagwan Sharma and Patsy Spark},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={2013},
  volume={382},
  pages={234-248}
}
BACKGROUND Variations exist in the surgical techniques used for caesarean section and many have not been rigorously assessed in randomised controlled trials. We aimed to assess whether any surgical techniques were associated with improved outcomes for women and babies. METHODS CORONIS was a pragmatic international 2×2×2×2×2 non-regular fractional, factorial, unmasked, randomised controlled trial that examined five elements of the caesarean section technique in intervention pairs. CORONIS was… CONTINUE READING
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