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Connaissances et représentations des femmes sur l'analgésie péridurale

Abstract : Background: In France, epidural analgesia occupies an important place in the obstetrical environment; nevertheless, information on epidural analgesia is given only after the second trimester of pregnancy during birth and parenting preparation sessions and during the anaesthesia consultation. The late provision of information therefore leads to a search for information by patients Objectives: Describe women's knowledge of epidural analgesia and the sources of information determining the choice of epidural analgesia. Methods: Qualitative descriptive and interpretative study on twelve primiparous women in the fifth and sixth month of pregnancy in a type III maternity hospital, using semi-structured interviews. Results: The majority of the women interviewed had a positive image of epidural analgesia but felt the need for additional information found through the media and their entourage. Discussion: Information during pregnancy should be provided earlier in the birth and parenting preparation sessions and tailored to each patient. To optimize information, an information meeting on epidural analgesia would seem to be of interest. Conclusion: Additional studies could be carried out to evaluate maternal satisfaction with the information after an information meeting on epidural analgesia and the presentation of the network's website during pregnancy.
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Sarah Coulpier. Connaissances et représentations des femmes sur l'analgésie péridurale. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-03163495⟩

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