Naomi Burke
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Internal medicineObstetricsEndocrinologyFetusPediatricsProspective cohort studyReproductive medicinePreeclampsiaGestational ageVaginal deliveryIntrauterine growth restrictionPregnancyFetal headRecurrent miscarriageGynecologyCesarean deliveryGestationMedicineCohortPlatelet
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#1Khadijah I. Ismail (UL: University of Limerick)H-Index: 2
#2Naomi Burke (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 5
Last. Amanda Cotter (UL: University of Limerick)H-Index: 17
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Abstract null null Objective null In the prospective multicenter Genesis study, we developed a prediction model for Cesarean delivery (CD) in term nulliparous women. The objective of this secondary analysis was to determine whether the Genesis model has the potential to predict maternal and neonatal morbidity associated with vaginal delivery. null null null Study Design: null The national prospective Genesis trial recruited 2,336 nulliparous women with a vertex presentation between 39+0- and 40+...
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#1Daniel Kane (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 2
#2Ita Shanahan (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 1
Last. Naomi Burke (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 5
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Abstract Objectives The rate of caesarean section (CS) is increasing globally. The nulliparous, term, singleton, vertex presentation, spontaneously labouring woman (Robson Group 1/RG1) is considered low risk for CS(1,2). It has been hypothesized that more CS occur at night-time or at weekends due to doctor fatigue. The European Working Time Directive (EWTD) was implemented in 2013 to limit doctor working hours, which aimed at reducing fatigue but arguably fractures continuity of care. This study...
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#1Niamh C. Murphy (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 5
#2Naomi Burke (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 5
Last. Fionnuala Breathnach (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 13
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Abstract Objective The ability to predict the need for emergency Cesarean delivery holds the potential to facilitate birth choices. The objective of the RECIPE study (Reducing Emergency Cesarean delivery and Improving the Primiparous Experience) was to externally validate a Cesarean delivery risk prediction model. This model, developed by the Genesis study, identified five key predictive factors for emergency Cesarean delivery: maternal age, maternal height, BMI, fetal head circumference (HC) an...
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#1Niamh C. Murphy (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 5
#2Naomi Burke (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 5
Last. Fionnuala Breathnach (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 13
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The RECIPE study aims to validate a risk prediction model for intrapartum caesarean delivery which has been developed by our group. The Genesis study was a prospective observational study carried out by the Perinatal Ireland Research Consortium across 7 clinical centres in Ireland between October 2012 and June 2015. Genesis investigated a range of maternal and fetal parameters in a prospective blinded study of 2336 singleton pregnancies between 39 + 0–41 + 0 weeks’ gestational age. This resulted...
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#1Niamh C. Murphy (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 5
#2Naomi Burke (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 5
Last. Fergal D. Malone (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 62
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OBJECTIVE: Contemporary approaches to monitoring quality of care in obstetrics often focus on comparing Cesarean Delivery rates. Varied rates can complicate interpretation of quality of care. We previously developed a risk prediction tool for nulliparous women who may require intrapartum Cesarean delivery which identified five key predictors. Our objective with this study was to ascertain if patient heterogeneity can account for much of the observed variation in Cesarean delivery rates, thereby ...
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#1Mark P. Hehir (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 3
#1Mark P. Hehir (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 15
Last. Fergal D. Malone (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 62
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OBJECTIVE: Increased fetal size is associated with shoulder dystocia during labor and subsequent need for assisted delivery. We sought to investigate if increased fetal adiposity diagnosed sonographically in late pregnancy is associated with increased risk of operative delivery. METHODS: This secondary analysis of the Genesis Study recruited 2392 nulliparous women with singleton pregnancy in cephalic presentation, in a prospective, multicenter study, to examine prenatal and intrapartum predictor...
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#1Catherine Finnegan (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 1
#2Naomi Burke (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 5
Last. Fergal D. Malone (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 62
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Abstract Background Increased duration of second stage of labor provides clinical challenges in decision- making regarding the optimal mode of delivery that minimises maternal and neonatal morbidity. Objective In a large cohort of uncomplicated nulliparous singleton cephalic labors, we sought to examine the effect of increasing duration of second stage on delivery and perinatal outcome. Design The Genesis Study recruited 2,336 nulliparous patients with vertex presentation in a prospective double...
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