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Prise en charge du tabagisme de la femme enceinte hospitalisée

Abstract : France has one of the highest rate of smoking during pregnancy in Europe. Smoking increases the risk of pregnancy complications and poor outcome for infants which could be avoided. As such, a study, in a high risk pregnancy unit, has assessed the critical role midwives could play in facilitating smoking behaviour's change during pregnancy. However, their lack of training in this area means that quitting smoking is only partially supported during maternity care. However, midwives are key contributors to successful smoking cessation by providing education and support to pregnant women and their partner.
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Élodie Carreau. Prise en charge du tabagisme de la femme enceinte hospitalisée. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2014. ⟨dumas-01070859⟩



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