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La satisfaction du suivi obstétrical des femmes diabétiques de type 1 durant la grossesse et l’accouchement

Abstract : Background: In France, the type 1 diabetes, still unknow by society, is a chronic pathology in increase but it embodies a weak percent overall diabetes. Some women have to combine pregnancy and chronic pathology: these pregnancies are called pregnancies at high risky. That’s why, the goals are: to know women’s satisfaction with type 1 diabetes about their care obstetrical during the pregnancy and the delivery, to explore the midwife’s role on the experience and to know their expectations and needs. Methods: A qualitative, descriptive and interpretative study was realized, during six months, through interviews to seven women with type 1 diabetes had given birth. These interviews were analysed in a thematic way. Results: The women with type 1 diabetes are satisfied of the care given by obstetrician-gynaecologists, midwives and endocrinologists overall. Yet, there is an interprofessional speech discordance and a lack of information, endocrinology’s knowledge within obstetrical staff. Conclusion: This study shows that the midwife has an essential part in the women’s care and has also a lack of experience and training. That’s why a brush-up with the different type of diabetes as well as an establishment of an annual multidisciplinary meeting (between diabetologists, obstetrician-gynaecologists and midwives) are to be considered in the study’s case.
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Alisée Demichel. La satisfaction du suivi obstétrical des femmes diabétiques de type 1 durant la grossesse et l’accouchement. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03432121⟩



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