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Elsinga, J. (author), de Jong-Potjer, L.C. (author), van der Pal-de Bruin, K.M. (author), le Cessie, S. (author), Assendelft, W.J.J. (author), Buitendijk, S.E. (author), TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author)
Background: Recent studies suggest that the basis for adverse pregnancy outcomes is often established early in pregnancy, during organogenesis. It is therefore important to take preventive action as early as possible, preferably before pregnancy. Because most adverse pregnancy outcomes occur in women who are unaware of being at risk, we...
article 2008
TNO Kwaliteit van Leven (author), de Jong-Potjer, L.C. (author), Elsinga, J. (author), le Cessie, S. (author), van der Pal-de Bruin, K.M. (author), Knuistingh Neven, A. (author), Buitendijk, S.E. (author), Assendelft, W.J.J. (author)
Background: Preconception counselling (PCC) can reduce adverse pregnancy outcome by addressing risk factors prior to pregnancy. This study explores whether anxiety is induced in women either by the offer of PCC or by participation with GP-initiated PCC. Methods: Randomised trial of usual care versus GP-initiated PCC for women aged 18-40, in 54...
article 2006
de Jong-Potjer, L.C. (author), de Bock, G.H. (author), Zaadstra, B.M. (author), de Jong, O.R.W. (author), Verloove-Vanhorick, S.P. (author), Springer, M.P. (author)
Background. Pre-conception counselling has the potential to reduce pregnancy complications and congenital disorders. The timing of counselling, before conception, is crucial to maximize the benefit. As many couples are unaware of their risk status and the fact that the first period of pregnancy is crucial, they do not seek information before...
article 2003