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Prevention of hypothermia in the delivery room is a cost-effective, high-impact intervention to reduce neonatal mortality, especially in preterm neonates. Several interventions for preventing hypothermia in the delivery room exist, of which the most beneficial is currently unknown.
We identify the delivery room thermal care intervention that can best reduce neonatal hypothermia and improve clinical outcomes for preterm neonates born at 36 weeks’ gestation or less.
MEDLINE, the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials, Embase, and CINAHL databases were searched from inception to November 5, 2020.
Randomized and quasi-randomized clinical trials of thermal care interventions in the delivery room for preterm neonates were included. Peer-reviewed abstracts and studies published in non–English language were also included.
Data from the included trials were extracted in duplicate using a structured proforma. A network meta-analysis with bayesian random-effects model was used for data synthesis.