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Évaluation anténatale des connaissances des futures mères sur l’allaitement maternel de l’enfant prématuré

Abstract : Prematurity impacts the baby’s health and places them at high risk of morbidity and mortality. Breastfeeding preterm infant is good for their health, both short and long term. The aim of the study is to assess maternal knowledge of breastfeeding premature infants. Materials and methods: A cohort, quantitative, mono-centric study was carried out. Patients meeting the inclusion criteria hospitalized in the Intensive Pregnancy Monitoring Department of the Caen University Hospital for a risk of premature delivery with a term less than 34SA were included. The analysis of this data was done on the R software, and the Fischer and Chi2 tests were used. Results: Fifty women were included. Insufficient maternal knowledge has been shown with an average success rate equal to 43.7%. Only 18% of patients received concrete information on feeding a premature newborn. Viewing the neonatal film and the choice of breastfeeding significantly increase this knowledge rate.
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Agathe Jamart. Évaluation anténatale des connaissances des futures mères sur l’allaitement maternel de l’enfant prématuré. Gynécologie et obstétrique. 2020. ⟨dumas-03139773⟩

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