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Chirurgie bariatrique et grossesse : étude rétrospective réalisée au CHU de Caen entre 2002 et 2013, comparant les grossesses issues de patientes après une chirurgie bariatrique aux grossesses de patientes obèses non opérées, après appariement sur l'âge

Abstract : With the increase in obesity, processes such as surgery have become more and more common. The main target of this study is to evaluate the maternal, obstetrical and neonatal prognosis of patients who have had bariatric surgery. A retrospective comparative study has been made of 37 pregnancies of patients who had surgery and 74 pregnancies of patients who had not, at matching ages. Patients who had surgery presented with less gestational diabetes (p=0,014), got into labour more spontaneously (p=0,0007) and gave birth to fewer babies with macrosomia (p=0,0012). The neonatal state was better for women who had surgery, with a superior pH at birth (p=0,015) and who put on weight during the pregnancy (p=0,0099). The bariatric surgery therefore appears to improve the obstetrical and neonatal prognosis. However, it seems important to set up aftercare in order to avoid any later deficiencies.
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Angélique Aumont. Chirurgie bariatrique et grossesse : étude rétrospective réalisée au CHU de Caen entre 2002 et 2013, comparant les grossesses issues de patientes après une chirurgie bariatrique aux grossesses de patientes obèses non opérées, après appariement sur l'âge. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2014. ⟨dumas-01070800⟩

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