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Rétention urinaire persistante après 72 heures du post-partum : caractéristiques des patientes et de leur prise en charge

Abstract : Objectives: Our study aims to determine the characteristics of women who suffer from a postpartum urinary retention (PPUR) for more than 72 hours after delivery and of their management in order to help improve detection and deal with this complication. Material and method: It consists of a monocentric, retrospective and descriptive study. Data collection was carried out in the medical records of patients who had been followed up in flowmetry at Poissy-Saint-Germain-en-Laye Intermunicipal Hospital Center. Forty-three women have been selected. Results and conclusion: Twenty-nine of the 43 women studied were primiparous. Twenty-nine patients, either primiparious or multiparous, showed a prolongation of the second stage of labor. Only three patients didn’t require a perineal suture. That goes in the same direction as surveys conducted on PPUR risk factors but it doesn’t allow us to affirm the implication of one of this factors in the persistence of the complication. Moreover, we noticed a delay in diagnosis for all patients but one, which leans towards an organizational factor.
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Mélissa Labaigt. Rétention urinaire persistante après 72 heures du post-partum : caractéristiques des patientes et de leur prise en charge. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2019. ⟨dumas-02482613⟩

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