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Influence d'une politique de clampage retardé du cordon ombilical sur la survenue d'un ictère néonatal chez les nouveau-nés entre 36 et 37 semaines d'aménorrhée : Étude réalisée dans un centre hospitalier de type III

Abstract : Introduction : Clamping (and cutting) of the umbilical cord at birth is the oldest and the most common intervention in humans. However, ideal moment of cord clamping remains acontroversial subject for many years, especially for the premature babies. The aim of this study is to evaluate the impact of a delayed cord clamping protocol on the neonatal jaundice in newborns between 36 and 37 weeks of amenorrhea . Study design : Monocentric study, observational and prospective including 139 newborns between 36 and 37 weeks, having been transferred to the maternity diaper suite service. Results : The analyses show no difference in the appearance of jaundice (p=0.06). Conclusion : According to our study, delayed cord clamping seems to be a safe alternative forall births.
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Marine Bacconnet. Influence d'une politique de clampage retardé du cordon ombilical sur la survenue d'un ictère néonatal chez les nouveau-nés entre 36 et 37 semaines d'aménorrhée : Étude réalisée dans un centre hospitalier de type III. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02437111⟩

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