Principal Investigator: Fahimeh Ramezani Tehrani

  • -Professor of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Reproductive Health
  • -Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences Director,
  • -Reproductive Endocrinology Research Center,
  • -Research Institute for Endocrine Sciences.

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Approval date:

5.1.2014

 

Starting date:

5.1.2014

 

Goals:


To determine Prevalence of vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy and to compare the effectiveness of different prescription methods of vitamin D3 on maternal and neonatal outcomes

Study population:


All pregnant women seeking maternity care in Health Centers of Masjed-Soleyman and Shoushtar

 

Sampling method and sample size:


First phase: Stratified, multistage probability cluster sampling method (n=2500). Second phase: Randomized clinical trial; number of sample for each group=200

 

Data Collection:


Interview, questionnaire, physical exam, collecting of blood samples for assessment of serum levels of 25(OH)D.

 

Follow up Methods:

Standard prenatal care with routine intervals.

 

Main Exposures:


Maternal serum vitamin D levels.

 

Outcomes:


Maternal outcomes: abortion, preterm labor, Premature ruptures of membrane, preeclampsia, gestational diabetes, type of delivery Neonatal outcomes: weight, height, head circumference, icterus, convulsion, 1 and 5 minutes’ APGAR scor

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