Folic Acid Supplementation to Prevent Neural Tube Defects_KQ2b

Project Summary Title and Description

Title
Folic Acid Supplementation to Prevent Neural Tube Defects_KQ2b
Description
Do the harms of folic acid supplementation differ by dosage, timing, or duration of therapy?
Attribution
RTI International-University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Evidence-based Practice Center
Authors of Report
Meera Viswanathan, PhD Rachel P. Urruttia, MD, MS Kesha N. Hudson, PhD Jennifer Cook Middleton, PhD Leila C. Kahwati, MD, MPH
Methodology description
Systematic Review
PROSPERO
N/A
DOI
10.1001/jama.2023.9864
Notes
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/37526714/ Entered data retrospectively using the SRDR+ extraction form
Funding Source
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

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58. Do the harms of folic acid supplementation differ by dosage, timing, or duration of therapy?

Associated Extraction Forms

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Associated Studies (each link opens a new tab)

Title Authors Year
Efficacy of 4.0 mg versus 0.4 mg Folic Acid Supplementation on the Reproductive Outcomes: A Randomized Controlled Trial Bortolus, R., Filippini, F., Cipriani, S., Trevisanuto, D., Cavallin, F., Zanconato, G., Somigliana, E., Cesari, E., Mastroiacovo, P., Parazzini, F. 2021
High dose folic acid during pregnancy and the risk of autism; The birth order bias: A nested case-control study Sharman Moser, S., Davidovitch, M., Rotem, R. S., Chodick, G., Shalev, V., Koren, G. 2019
Association between maternal use of folic acid supplements and risk of autism spectrum disorders in children Suren, P., Roth, C., Bresnahan, M., Haugen, M., Hornig, M., Hirtz, D., Lie, K. K., Lipkin, W. I., Magnus, P., Reichborn-Kjennerud, T., Schjolberg, S., Davey Smith, G., Oyen, A. S., Susser, E., Stoltenberg, C. 2013
Research Letter: Folic acid supplementation and intake of folate in pregnancy in relation to offspring risk of autism spectrum disorder Strom, M., Granstrom, C., Lyall, K., Ascherio, A., Olsen, S. F. 2018
Preconceptional and prenatal supplementary folic acid and multivitamin intake and autism spectrum disorders Virk, J., Liew, Z., Olsen, J., Nohr, E. A., Catov, J. M., Ritz, B. 2016

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