Endoscopic versus Shunt Treatment of Hydrocephalus in Infants (ESTHI)
Clinical Trial Information
Trial Contact: Parrimon, Yazandra; Teneyck, Tyler
To determine, in infants <104 weeks corrected age, with hydrocephalus requiring treatment at tertiary care pediatric neurosurgery centers in North America, if treatment with ETV+CPC compared to shunt results in non-inferior cognitive outcome at 12 months from surgery, as measured by Bayley-4 Cognitive Scale Score with a non-inferiority margin of 1.5.
All infants <104 weeks and 0 days corrected age requiring a ﬁrst-time permanent procedure for the treatment of hydrocephalus