Very high compliance in an expanded MS-MS-based newborn screening program despite written parental consent.

@article{Liebl2002VeryHC,
  title={Very high compliance in an expanded MS-MS-based newborn screening program despite written parental consent.},
  author={B. Liebl and Uta Nennstiel-Ratzel and Ruediger von Kries and Ralph Fingerhut and B. Olgem{\"o}ller and Andreas Zapf and A. A. Roscher},
  journal={Preventive medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={34 2},
  pages={127-31}
}
OBJECTIVES In Bavaria, Germany, an expanded MS-MS-based newborn screening program was implemented in 1999. The coverage of new additional conditions and novelty of technology required introduction of written parental consent. Here we evaluated the influence of the consent procedure on compliance by systematic demographic tracking. METHODS Comprehensive information was provided for parents, professionals, and the public. Screening notifications were matched with all birth notifications on name… CONTINUE READING

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