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Feasibility and reliability of a newly developed antenatal risk score card in routine care

Publication of Innovations in Care
H.W. Torij, | Article | Publication date: 31 January 2015
A population-based cross-sectional study (feasibility) and a cohort study (inter-rater reliability) to study in routine care the feasibility and inter-rater reliability of the Rotterdam Reproductive Risk Reduction risk score card (R4U), a new semi-quantitative score card for use during the antenatal booking visit. The R4U covers clinical and non-clinical psychosocial factors and identifies overall high risk pregnancies, qualifying for intensified antenatal care.

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