Study Title and Description
Antenatal exposure to indomethacin increases the risk of severe intraventricular hemorrhage, necrotizing enterocolitis, and periventricular leukomalacia: a systematic review with metaanalysis.
Key Questions Addressed
|4||Indirect Evidence (Systematic Reviews): KQ 2 - What are the (comparative) benefits and harms of interventions to treat acute attacks of primary headache in women who are pregnant (or attempting to become pregnant), postpartum, or breastfeeding?|
Primary Publication Information
|Title||Antenatal exposure to indomethacin increases the risk of severe intraventricular hemorrhage, necrotizing enterocolitis, and periventricular leukomalacia: a systematic review with metaanalysis.|
|Author||Hammers AL., Sanchez-Ramos L., Kaunitz AM.|
|Country||Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Florida College of Medicine-Jacksonville, Jacksonville, FL. Electronic address: email@example.com.|
Pubmed ID: 25448524
Secondary Publication Information
There are currently no secondary publications defined for this study.
Extraction Form: Extraction Form for Indirect Evidence (Systematic Reviews)
No arms have been defined in this extraction form.
|Question... Follow Up||Answer||Follow-up Answer|
|How many DATABASES did the authors search?||2|
|What was the YEAR of the last search?||2014|
|How many STUDIES were included in the review?||27|
|What INTERVENTIONS were addressed?||NSAIDs|
|Were MATERNAL adverse events reported?||No|
|Were FETAL/CHILD adverse events reported?||Yes|
|AMSTAR Item 1 - Did the authors specify the research questions and inclusion criteria for the SR?||Yes|
|AMSTAR Item 4 - Did the SR authors use a comprehensive literature search strategy?||Yes|
|AMSTAR Item 5 - Did the SR authors perform study selection in duplicate?||Yes|
|AMSTAR Item 6 - Did the SR authors perform data extraction in duplicate, either independently or through verification?||Yes|
|AMSTAR Item 8 - Did the SR authors describe the included studies in adequate detail?||Yes|
|AMSTAR Item 9 - Did the SR authors use a satisfactory technique for assessing the risk of bias in individual studies that were included in the SR?||Yes|
|AMSTAR Item 12 - Did the SR authors assess the potential impact of risk of bias in individual studies on the summary results, interpretation, discussion?||Yes|
|AMSTAR Item 11 - If meta-analysis (MA) was performed did the SR authors use appropriate methods for statistical combination of results?||Yes|
|AMSTAR Item 14 - Did the SR authors provide a satisfactory explanation for, and discussion of, any heterogeneity observed in the results of the SR?||Yes|
|AMSTAR Item 16 - Did the SR authors report the lack of significant potential of conflict of interest (COI) regarding conducting the SR?||Yes|
|What was the OVERALL QUALITY OF THE SYSTEMATIC REVIEW||High|
|MATERNAL Adverse Events - ANTEPARTUM|
|MATERNAL Adverse Events - POSTPARTUM|
|MATERNAL Adverse Events - DELIVERY|
|MATERNAL Adverse Events - TIMING NOT REPORTED|
|FETAL/CHILD Adverse Events - IN UTERO|
|FETAL/CHILD Adverse Events - PERINATAL|
|FETAL/CHILD Adverse Events - NEONATAL|
|FETAL/CHILD Adverse Events - CHILD|
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Results & Comparisons
No Results found.
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