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Facteurs de risque d’insuffisance pondérale à deux ans d’âge corrigé de l’ancien prématuré

Abstract : The main objective of the study is to determine the risk factors of underweight at two years of corrected age for premature infants. The method employed is an epidemiological analytic retrospective single-center study. The study includes premature infants with gestational age under 31 weeks, born between January 1st, 2006 and June 30, 2012, admitted to the Grenoble university hospital and followed with the “to be born and to become network”. Three-hundred-and-five patients were included in the study, among whom 69 patients (22,6%) were underweight (weight and/or body mass index under the 3rd centile) at two years of corrected age. In univariate analysis, the significant risk factors of underweight were intrauterine growth restriction, gestational age, mild bronchopulmonary dysplasia, length of invasive ventilation, length of CPAP and eating disorder at two years of age. In multivariate analysis, factors significantly associated with underweight were intrauterine growth restriction, gestational age and eating disorder at two years of age. For premature infants, in the presence of an intrauterine growth restriction, a low gestational age or an eating disorder, there is a risk of underweight at two years of corrected age. In these cases, a better nutritional care with optimization of dietary intakes or enteral nutrition should be discussed.
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Mélanie Mascoli Lopez-Ruiz. Facteurs de risque d’insuffisance pondérale à deux ans d’âge corrigé de l’ancien prématuré. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2015. ⟨dumas-01220001⟩

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