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Aspirine à visée préventive. Analyse et comparaison des pratiques

Abstract : Low-dose aspirin is usually prescribed to prevent pregnancy induced vascular disease. After many deceiving results, a lot of studies questionned the efficacity of low-dose aspirin, causing confusion in obstetrical practice. A retrospective study was conducted in two type III maternities, to analyze medical practices on the modalities of prescription of aspirin, such as indications and the term of the beginning of treatment, in relation to the recommendations of the literature. Our results have shown that aspirin is prescribed in half of cases too late, after placental invasion, which is the key moment for the prevention of uteroplacental disease. In addition, two thirds of patients were treated for indications outside the recommendations of the literature: it shows the difficulties for practitioners to prescribe this preventive treatment, because the official recommendations are inaccurate and there is therefore no common protocol, causing heavy prescription of aspirin.
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Dounia Rouabhi. Aspirine à visée préventive. Analyse et comparaison des pratiques. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2011. ⟨dumas-00625814⟩



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