EVIDENCE TABLE 1

Target
Article
No.
AuthorYearLocationThree
Categories*
Positive
Rate per
1000
Population •
Sample X
Sample
(Population)
Size
Evidence
Quality
29Darmonov1996Stara Zagor, BulgariaYes6.07X20 4177
26Rosendahl et al1996Bergen, NorwayYes19.65X361316
3Boeree and Clarke1994Southampton, EnglandYes4.1626 95215
21Hinderaker et al1994NorwayYes10.22917 86511
22Holen et al1994Trondheim, NorwayYes12.33X445914
25Rosendahl et al1994Bergen, NorwayYes18.09392415
35Fiddian and Gardiner1993Poole, EnglandYes6.0142 4217
35Fiddian and Gardiner1993Poole, EnglandYes1.9611 2517
16Garvey et al1992Dublin, IrelandYes10.39X13 66212
17Gupta et al1992New Delhi, IndiaYes17.75X602911
30Gardiner and Dunn1990Bristol, EnglandYes9.27X16 28617
18Hansson et al1988Göteborg, SwedenYes17.8465 8659
31Dorn and Hattwich1987Salzburg, AustriaYes2.16X601413
9Bower et al1987Nedlands, AustraliaYes4.2467 6836
8Bialik et al1986Haifa, IsraelYes3.9612 8918
11Clarke1986Birmingham, EnglandYes17.39X11517
8Bialik et al1986Haifa, IsraelYes2.9550878
13Dunn et al1985Bristol, EnglandYes19.35X23 00213
10Chaitow and Lillystone1984Sydney, AustraliaYes6.67X45013
19Heikklä et al1984Helsinki, FinlandYes6.06151 92410
7Bertol et al1982Edinburgh, ScotlandYes6.03X44 95313
34Manning et al1982Dublin, IrelandYes12.84X39 32011
14Dunn and O'Riordan1981London, EnglandYes17.7717 56211
12Doig and Shannon1975Christchurch, New ZealandYes6.0151588
33Bjerkedal and Bakketeig1975Bergen, NorwayYes11.2461377
36Tibrewala and Pai1974Bombay, IndiaYes0.16X12 36011
27Tanabe et al1972Okayama, JapanYes2.13X46935
20Hiertonn and James1968Uppsala, SwedenYes20.39X11 86810
24Phillips1968Auckland, New ZealandYes3.44X43 02510
15Finlay et al1967Middlesex, EnglandYes4.11X14 59413
28von Rosen1962Malmö, SwedenYes1.6724 00011
23Palmén1961Falköping, SwedenYes2.15415 54216
32Medbö1961Alesund, NorwayYes9.93X322410
6Andren and von Rosen1958Malmö, SwedenYes0.9115 37310
70Baronciani et al1997Lombardy, ItalyNo50.13464817
104Lotito et al1995Naples, ItalyNo2.80X50007
103Lennox et al1993Aberdeen, ScotlandNo49.9967 0938
94Bialik et al1992Haifa, IsraelNo5.3414 41010
65de Pellegrin1991Milan, ItalyNo11.09X99215
95Boo and Rajaram1989Kuala Lampur, MalaysiaNo0.70X51 5419
82Al-Umran et al1988Al-Khobar, Saudi ArabiaNo4.31X30 65110
62Berman and Klenerman1986Toronto, OntarioNo16.98X100114
74MacKenzie and Wilson1981Aberdeen, ScotlandNo53.7453 03314
75Mendes and Roffman1980Haifa, IsraelNo14.58843911
76Monk and Dowd1980Liverpool, EnglandNo60.8425 26312
77Noble et al1978Newcastle upon Tyne, EnglandNo10.4525 9217
92Beckman et al1977Umeå, SwedenNo7.30X40 4199
80Fredensborg1976Malmö, SwedenNo9.1758 75014
115Ritter1973Indianapolis, IndianaNo9.15X327815
24Phillips1968Auckland, New ZealandNo3.44X43 02510
28von Rosen1962Malmö, SwedenNo1.6324 00011
111Walther1956Bergen, NorwayNo1.5782608

Pediatric Newborn Screening

    • * Three categories means that “clicks” were assessed as an intermediate outcome addressed by the researchers.

    • Rate refers to the incidence of a positive examination result.