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Devenir de l’allaitement maternel après la prise en charge par ponction(s) échoguidée(s) d’un abcès du sein lactant

Abstract : In France, lactational breast abscesses are commonly treated by surgical drainage, mainly leading to an interruption of breastfeeding. On the contrary, some studies showed that women treated by ultrasound-guided needle aspiration were more likely to continue breastfeeding immediately after the procedure. The purpose of this study was to describe the continuation of breastfeeding for patients treated by needle aspiration and identify the risk factors leading to an abscess. A survey was sent to 28 patients recruited in Paris. Results showed that ultrasound-guided needle aspiration allowed the breastfeeding’s continuation and that treatment failures have promoted the abscess’s development. In our opinion, official guidelines on lactational abscesses should be updated and medical staff should receive special training on breastfeeding difficulties.
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Camille Paugam. Devenir de l’allaitement maternel après la prise en charge par ponction(s) échoguidée(s) d’un abcès du sein lactant. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2019. ⟨dumas-02440381⟩

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