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Accouchement à bas risque : mythe ou réalité ?

Abstract : The main objective of this retrospective cohort study, conducted in a public maternity Level III was to evaluate the rate of intervention of the obstetrician during delivery predicted as low risk and to compare it with high risk childbirth. The rate of obstetrician interventions in the low risk group was 34,4 % versus 44,5 % high risk group (p = 0,13) . This study also shows that, in the low risk group, the obstetrician intervention had occurred more frequently in nulliparous patients (47,5 % against 9,7 % in multiparous, p = 0,003). A strict definition of a low risk pregnancy lets not exclude completely the occurrence of complications during childbirth which remains unpredictable.
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Lise Geoffroy. Accouchement à bas risque : mythe ou réalité ?. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2015. ⟨dumas-01194793⟩

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