Utilisation des mouvements actifs fœtaux dans la surveillance des grossesses prolongées

Abstract : Objective : The aim of this study is to identify the determinants of decreased fetal active movements (FAM), to assess the clinical performance of the number of FAM in the detection of the risk of adverse neonatal outcome and to highlight an actual decrease in the number of FAM during pregnancy. Methods : This is an observational, descriptive, single center study, conducted at the Port-Royal maternity with prospective inclusion of 517 low-risk pregnant women over a period of 5 months. It is based on the results of a questionnaire distributed to patients in late pregnancy and the analysis of maternal history, characteristics of pregnancy, labor, childbirth and neonatal outcome. Results : The different comparative analyses did not identifiy any determinant associated with decreased FAM reported by the mothers (all p> 0,05). Similarly, we have not found any significant association between decreased FAM and adverse neonatal outcome. Finally, we have not been able to demonstrate a significant reduction of the number of FAM in our population between 39, 40 and 41 weeks. Conclusion : In the population of women at lower risk that we have selected, decreased FAM reported by the mothers without being concerned do not seem to be associated with adverse neonatal outcome.
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Perrine Mal. Utilisation des mouvements actifs fœtaux dans la surveillance des grossesses prolongées. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2016. ⟨dumas-01415894⟩

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