Interventional cohort study of prolonged use (>72 hours) of paracetamol in neonates: protocol of the PARASHUTE study

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Interventional cohort study of prolonged use (>72 hours) of paracetamol in neonates : protocol of the PARASHUTE study. / Haslund-Krog, Sissel Sundell; Hertel, Steen; Dalhoff, Kim; Poulsen, Susanne; Christensen, Ulla; Wilkins, Diana; van den Anker, John; Brink Henriksen, Tine; Holst, Helle.

I: BMJ paediatrics open, Bind 3, Nr. 1, e000427, 2019.

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Haslund-Krog, SS, Hertel, S, Dalhoff, K, Poulsen, S, Christensen, U, Wilkins, D, van den Anker, J, Brink Henriksen, T & Holst, H 2019, 'Interventional cohort study of prolonged use (>72 hours) of paracetamol in neonates: protocol of the PARASHUTE study', BMJ paediatrics open, bind 3, nr. 1, e000427. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjpo-2018-000427

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Haslund-Krog, S. S., Hertel, S., Dalhoff, K., Poulsen, S., Christensen, U., Wilkins, D., ... Holst, H. (2019). Interventional cohort study of prolonged use (>72 hours) of paracetamol in neonates: protocol of the PARASHUTE study. BMJ paediatrics open, 3(1), [e000427]. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjpo-2018-000427

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Haslund-Krog SS, Hertel S, Dalhoff K, Poulsen S, Christensen U, Wilkins D, van den Anker J, Brink Henriksen T, Holst H. 2019. Interventional cohort study of prolonged use (>72 hours) of paracetamol in neonates: protocol of the PARASHUTE study. BMJ paediatrics open. 3(1). https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjpo-2018-000427

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Haslund-Krog SS, Hertel S, Dalhoff K, Poulsen S, Christensen U, Wilkins D o.a. Interventional cohort study of prolonged use (>72 hours) of paracetamol in neonates: protocol of the PARASHUTE study. BMJ paediatrics open. 2019;3(1). e000427. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjpo-2018-000427

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Haslund-Krog, Sissel Sundell ; Hertel, Steen ; Dalhoff, Kim ; Poulsen, Susanne ; Christensen, Ulla ; Wilkins, Diana ; van den Anker, John ; Brink Henriksen, Tine ; Holst, Helle. / Interventional cohort study of prolonged use (>72 hours) of paracetamol in neonates : protocol of the PARASHUTE study. I: BMJ paediatrics open. 2019 ; Bind 3, Nr. 1.

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title = "Interventional cohort study of prolonged use (>72 hours) of paracetamol in neonates: protocol of the PARASHUTE study",
abstract = "Introduction: Anticipated or actual pain in neonates results in use of paracetamol for prolonged pain relief in many neonatal intensive care units. Clinical trials examining safety of paracetamol exposure in neonates have been of short duration (1-3 days) and hepatic biomarkers and paracetamol metabolism are rarely reported in the same studies.We aim to investigate the safety (hepatic tolerance) and effectiveness of prolonged paracetamol exposure in neonates by measuring hepatic biomarkers, plasma concentrations of paracetamol and its metabolites and pain scores. In addition, we study a possible interaction between ethanol and paracetamol.Methods and analysis: A multicentre interventional cohort study.Neonates of any gestational age and up to 44 weeks postmenstrual age, treated with oral or intravenous paracetamol can be included.Alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and bilirubin are measured at baseline or within 24 hours after treatment initiation. P-paracetamol and metabolites are measured at steady state and every 2 days (opportunistically) together with ALT and bilirubin and lastly after discontinuation of treatment. COMFORT neo pain scores are collected longitudinally. COMFORT neo pain scores and population pharmacokinetic analysis of paracetamol samples will be analysed simultaneously using non-linear mixed effects models. One and two compartment models with first-order elimination will be tested for disposition. In addition, plasma ethanol is measured if the patient receives concomitant treatment with intravenous or oral phenobarbital containing ethanol as an excipient.Ethics and dissemination: Inclusion of patients can be postponed 24 hours after the first paracetamol dose. This is intended to make the inclusion process less stressful for parents. This study uses standard dosing strategies. The potential risks are additional blood samples, which are collected opportunistically to reduce additional heel pricks.Trial registrationnumber: Ethics Comittee: H-17027244, EudraCT no: 2017-002724-25, BFH-2017-106, 05952.",
author = "Haslund-Krog, {Sissel Sundell} and Steen Hertel and Kim Dalhoff and Susanne Poulsen and Ulla Christensen and Diana Wilkins and {van den Anker}, John and {Brink Henriksen}, Tine and Helle Holst",
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T1 - Interventional cohort study of prolonged use (>72 hours) of paracetamol in neonates

T2 - protocol of the PARASHUTE study

AU - Haslund-Krog, Sissel Sundell

AU - Hertel, Steen

AU - Dalhoff, Kim

AU - Poulsen, Susanne

AU - Christensen, Ulla

AU - Wilkins, Diana

AU - van den Anker, John

AU - Brink Henriksen, Tine

AU - Holst, Helle

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - Introduction: Anticipated or actual pain in neonates results in use of paracetamol for prolonged pain relief in many neonatal intensive care units. Clinical trials examining safety of paracetamol exposure in neonates have been of short duration (1-3 days) and hepatic biomarkers and paracetamol metabolism are rarely reported in the same studies.We aim to investigate the safety (hepatic tolerance) and effectiveness of prolonged paracetamol exposure in neonates by measuring hepatic biomarkers, plasma concentrations of paracetamol and its metabolites and pain scores. In addition, we study a possible interaction between ethanol and paracetamol.Methods and analysis: A multicentre interventional cohort study.Neonates of any gestational age and up to 44 weeks postmenstrual age, treated with oral or intravenous paracetamol can be included.Alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and bilirubin are measured at baseline or within 24 hours after treatment initiation. P-paracetamol and metabolites are measured at steady state and every 2 days (opportunistically) together with ALT and bilirubin and lastly after discontinuation of treatment. COMFORT neo pain scores are collected longitudinally. COMFORT neo pain scores and population pharmacokinetic analysis of paracetamol samples will be analysed simultaneously using non-linear mixed effects models. One and two compartment models with first-order elimination will be tested for disposition. In addition, plasma ethanol is measured if the patient receives concomitant treatment with intravenous or oral phenobarbital containing ethanol as an excipient.Ethics and dissemination: Inclusion of patients can be postponed 24 hours after the first paracetamol dose. This is intended to make the inclusion process less stressful for parents. This study uses standard dosing strategies. The potential risks are additional blood samples, which are collected opportunistically to reduce additional heel pricks.Trial registrationnumber: Ethics Comittee: H-17027244, EudraCT no: 2017-002724-25, BFH-2017-106, 05952.

AB - Introduction: Anticipated or actual pain in neonates results in use of paracetamol for prolonged pain relief in many neonatal intensive care units. Clinical trials examining safety of paracetamol exposure in neonates have been of short duration (1-3 days) and hepatic biomarkers and paracetamol metabolism are rarely reported in the same studies.We aim to investigate the safety (hepatic tolerance) and effectiveness of prolonged paracetamol exposure in neonates by measuring hepatic biomarkers, plasma concentrations of paracetamol and its metabolites and pain scores. In addition, we study a possible interaction between ethanol and paracetamol.Methods and analysis: A multicentre interventional cohort study.Neonates of any gestational age and up to 44 weeks postmenstrual age, treated with oral or intravenous paracetamol can be included.Alanine aminotransferase (ALT) and bilirubin are measured at baseline or within 24 hours after treatment initiation. P-paracetamol and metabolites are measured at steady state and every 2 days (opportunistically) together with ALT and bilirubin and lastly after discontinuation of treatment. COMFORT neo pain scores are collected longitudinally. COMFORT neo pain scores and population pharmacokinetic analysis of paracetamol samples will be analysed simultaneously using non-linear mixed effects models. One and two compartment models with first-order elimination will be tested for disposition. In addition, plasma ethanol is measured if the patient receives concomitant treatment with intravenous or oral phenobarbital containing ethanol as an excipient.Ethics and dissemination: Inclusion of patients can be postponed 24 hours after the first paracetamol dose. This is intended to make the inclusion process less stressful for parents. This study uses standard dosing strategies. The potential risks are additional blood samples, which are collected opportunistically to reduce additional heel pricks.Trial registrationnumber: Ethics Comittee: H-17027244, EudraCT no: 2017-002724-25, BFH-2017-106, 05952.

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DO - 10.1136/bmjpo-2018-000427

M3 - Journal article

VL - 3

JO - BMJ paediatrics open

JF - BMJ paediatrics open

SN - 2399-9772

IS - 1

M1 - e000427

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