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Étude transversale sur les pratiques d’information des parents sur le syndrome du bébé secoué en maternité

Abstract : Objectives: To undertake a survey of the information given by the various health professionals on the Shaken Baby Syndrome during the maternity hospital exit advices. Method: It was a descriptive cross-sectional observational study on 30 observations at the “Hôpital Couple-Enfant” in Grenoble, between January 6 and March 2, 2020. Each category of health professionals who works in the maternity were included. The couples with a deceased newborn were not included. Professionals unwilling to participate and couples refusing the investigator presence were excluded. Results: The duration of counseling on both the Shaken Baby Syndrome and on newborn crying was between 0 and 50 seconds. Some pieces of information were given in 46,7% of the cases, but only 30,0% of the professionals explained to the parents the medical consequences of shaking the baby. Conclusion: There is a lack of information given by trained professionals on Shaken Baby Syndrome. A tracking system for the various exit advices would ensure that information is optimally given to the parents.
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Aurélie Jault. Étude transversale sur les pratiques d’information des parents sur le syndrome du bébé secoué en maternité. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2020. ⟨dumas-02951609⟩

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