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Facteurs de risques de complications maternelles et néonatales des patientes déclenchées à terme

Abstract : Objectives: determine the risks factors for maternasl and neonatals complications of patients induced, at term, for medical reasons in order to prevent them.
Materials and methods: the selected patients were induced at term, at the University hospital center of the Alpes Maritimes (06) were selected. Maternal (total dose of oxytocin received during labor, delivery route and amount of bleeding) and neonatal (5-minute Apgar score, pH and arterial lactate values) outcomes were studied. These numbers were correlated with maternal (general, obstetrical) and fetal (weight and sex) characteristics. The variables were analyzed by R© software using the Student, Chi2, Anova t tests and the calculation of correlation coefficient with a significance threshold set at 5%.
Results : regarding maternal complications, the variety of engagement, the delivery and the type of delivery seem to influence the amount of bleeding. Regarding fetal outcomes, the variety of engagement and release, ethnicity and potential hydrogen (pH) value seem influence the Apgar score at 5 minutes. The maturation technique, the type of analgesia and the parity seem to influence the value of lactates. The variety of engagement and the type of analgesia influence the pH value.
Conclusion: Some maternal and fetal characteristics seem to influence the outcome of the induction of labor.
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Maeva Trividic. Facteurs de risques de complications maternelles et néonatales des patientes déclenchées à terme. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-03214036⟩

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