Table 1

Summary of data collected in the MOACC-19 study

Type of dataTime of data collectionVariables measured
SociodemographicBaselineAge, gender, nationality, educational level, housing characteristics, work status, occupation
Obstetrics historyBaselineParity, pregestational BMI, fertilisation type, week of maternity leave, gestational weight gain, prenatal education, toxic habits, type of birth
Exposure or risk factors for COVID-19BaselineNumber of people living in the same house, symptoms compatible with COVID-19, previous test for COVID-19 diagnosis, travels, contact with COVID-19 cases, working in high risk places (eg, healthcare worker)
Medical historyBaselineDiabetes mellitus, arterial hypertension, cardiovascular disease, pulmonary disease, cancer, other chronic or severe disease
Neonate characteristics at birthBaselineGestational age, gender, birth weight, birth size, birth cephalic perimeter, Apgar, multiple birth, type of feeding at hospital discharge, admission to neonatal ICU, perinatal pathology (including respiratory distress among others), congenital malformations
Neonate developmentFollow-up at 6 monthsWeight, size, cephalic perimeter, type of feeding, psychomotor development (primary reflex persistency, hypertonia, hypotonic, sitting with support, search for sound origin, lack of sound emission), pathology
Neonate developmentFollow-up at 12 monthsWeight, size, cephalic perimeter, type of feeding, psychomotor development (stand, thumb-forefinger pinch, understanding simple orders, pointing with forefinger, interest for other children), pathology
Vaccinations in the first year of lifeFollow-up at 12 monthsSystematic vaccinations in the Spanish schedule+rotavirus+meningococcus B
Other neonate variablesFollow-up at 6 and 12 monthsAttendance to nursery, environmental tobacco smoke, bronchospasm
  • BMI, body mass index; ICU, intensive care unit.