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* 1. Unit:

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* 3. Number of deliveries in your unit a year:

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* 4. Where are majority of anomaly scans performed in your unit?

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* 5. Regarding routine anomaly scans. How long do you allocate for a singleton slot?

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* 6. Regarding routine anomaly scans. Do you incorporate screening for placental cord insertion?

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* 7. If yes do you routinely use colour Doppler to assess the cord insertion?

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* 8. Do you personally routinely screen for vasa praevia?

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* 9. Have you received formal training for identification of vasa praevia?

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* 10. If yes where?

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* 11. Is the identification of vasa praevia incorporated into routine ultrasound training in your unit?

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* 12. Does your unit have a pathway for identification of vasa praevia?

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* 13. If a vasa previa is confirmed at the anomaly scan, when is the follow-up scan arranged in third trimester?

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* 14. Is there a policy / local guidance for management of vasa previa in your Trust?

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* 15. Do you routinely offer inpatient care to women with suspected vasa previa in third trimester?

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* 16. If yes what gestation do you admit patients?

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* 17. Does your unit have a clinician (doctor/midwife/sonographer) who is involved in the ongoing care of those identified as vasa praevia on anomaly or routine scans?

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