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La pratique de la délivrance artificielle et de la révision utérine par les sages-femmes : étude réalisée auprès de douze maternités publiques de Basse-Normandie

Abstract : The aim of this research was to give an inventory within twelve public maternity of Lower Normandy on the practice of the manual removal of the placenta and the manual exploration of the uterus done by the midwives, eight years after adding those skills at code of ethics. The study was prospective, multicenter, and the study collected 121 midwives questionnaires, 15 from doctors and 22 from midwives students. The results showed that the midwives and students do not realize enough these gestures, despite demonstrated by the vast majority of midwives a real motivation to practice more. Health professionals as midwives and obstetricians believe that if midwives practicing more regularly the practice of the manual removal of the placenta and the manual exploration of the uterus, There would be less delay in the treatment of postpartum hemorrhage. It is necessary that the midwives and students can train and be comfortable with these emergency actions. High-fidelity simulation training seems to be interesting but it is important that midwives and students realize such acts in real life situations to be able to control these gestures.
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Luc Séron. La pratique de la délivrance artificielle et de la révision utérine par les sages-femmes : étude réalisée auprès de douze maternités publiques de Basse-Normandie. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2015. ⟨dumas-01196784⟩

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