Table 9: Delivery details

The following CDE items should be collected for each delivery event in the reported pregnancy (e.g. in rare cases where there is more than one delivery event at different times or where delivery methods vary for each fetus/infant).

Display only CDE items recommended as ESSENTIAL when studying: Pregnancy and infant outcomes Longer term childhood outcomes

CDE Item Definition Recommended data format and suggested values Essential to collect when studying pregnancy and infant outcomes Essential to collect when studying longer term childhood outcomes Source Purpose Notes
Labour onset How labour began Value 1- Options: a) Natural onset, b) Membrane sweep, c) Amniotomy, d) Vaginal prostaglandin tablet, pessary or gel, e) Mifepristone/ misoprostol, f) Other, g) Unknown

If "Other", Value 2 (details): Text
No No Directly reported Sub-setting

Risk factor
Mode of delivery The method by which the fetus was delivered from the mother Value 1 - Options: a) Spontaneous vaginal delivery (incl. vertex/ breach), b) Assisted vaginal delivery (incl. forceps / ventouse). C) Emergency C-section (post-labour / pre-labour), d) Elective C-section, e) Unknown

If "Emergency C-section", Value 2 (details): Text
No* No* Directly reported Sub-setting

Risk factor
*Not essential but highly recommended as an important co-variable risk factor.
Maternal delivery complications Any maternal complications arising as a result of the delivery method during or after delivery Value 1 - Options: a) Yes, b) No, c) Unknown

If "Yes", Value 2 (MedDRA/ICD diagnosis code): Text

If "Yes", Value 3 (Coding system) - Options: a) MedDRA, b) ICD10, c) Other (detail) - Text

If "Yes", Value 4 (Timing of complication): Text
No No Directly reported Sub-setting

Risk factor