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Recherche des facteurs de risque de répétition de l'interruption volontaire de grossesse par les médecins généralistes de Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Abstract : Introduction: the number of repeated abortions is increasing, even though this phenomena is never without consequences. The predictive factors of a repetition are however known and are described in the literature, such as precariousness, a fragile family context, unemployment, or violence. Objective: to determine the state of knowledge of general practitioners regarding the risk factors of recurrent voluntary interruption of pregnancy, their reflexes regarding their screening and the modifications of their practices in situations of risk. Material and method: the study was quantitative and descriptive, based on a questionnaire sent to general practitioners in New Aquitaine between November 2020 and February 2021. Results: too few general practitioners are aware of the risk factors for recurrence. They seem to have the right reflexes when faced with a patient at risk, but these situations are insufficiently diagnosed. Conclusion: this work shows that more training is needed on this subject and that practitioners should be made aware of the psychological management of women in this context. It is the duty of general practitioners to detect and manage women at risk of repeated abortion.
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Léa Lugbull. Recherche des facteurs de risque de répétition de l'interruption volontaire de grossesse par les médecins généralistes de Nouvelle-Aquitaine. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2021. ⟨dumas-03465416⟩

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