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Comparaison et évaluation de deux prises en charges de l'oligoamnios dans les grossesses prolongées : induction du travail versus surveillance de la grossesse

Abstract : Comparison and evaluation of two managements of oligohydramnios in prolonged pregnancy: induction of labour versus expectation. The frequency of prolonged pregnancy in France is about 20% and oligohydramnios occur in 10-15% of these pregnancies. There isn't consensus about management of these patients despite of recommendations of CNGOF in 2011 because maternal and neonatal risks don't clearly assess. Objective: its compare impact obstetrical and resounding maternal-fetal in two different management of isolated oligohydramnios in cases of prolonged pregnancy: induction of labour or expectant management Study design: We have analyzed retrospectively two groups of low-risk pregnancies with isolated oligohydramnios at or beyond 41 weeks gestation: an expectation group at the maternity ward Port-Royal (n=120) and an induction of labour group at the maternity ward Saint Vincent de Paul (n=89). Results: There is no statistically significant difference concerning the rate of caesarean section between the two policies. There are no differences between groups about maternal and neonatal outcomes. Conclusion: an expectant management until 41 weeks and 5 days is a possible option, if all parameters during surveillance of prolonged pregnancy are acceptable.
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Élodie Leboucher. Comparaison et évaluation de deux prises en charges de l'oligoamnios dans les grossesses prolongées : induction du travail versus surveillance de la grossesse. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2014. ⟨dumas-01058354⟩

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