QUiPP is a tool for predicting spontaneous preterm birth in symptomatic women and high-risk asymptomatic women based on a study of over 1000 women.

The app uses an algorithm which combines the gestation of previous pregnancies and the length of the cervix with levels of fetal fibronectin to classify a woman’s risk. It was created by King's College London in conjunction with St. Thomas Hospital, and is based on two studies: the first focused on women deemed to be a high risk of preterm birth, usually because of a previous early pregnancy, despite not showing any symptoms. The second study predicted the likelihood of early delivery in a group of women showing symptoms of early labor which often doesn’t progress to real labor. Read more about the study in the press release and journal article, and on the QUiPP website.


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