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    ABSTRACT: Objective To describe the knowledge of paediatricians regarding the practice of antimicrobial prophylaxis for caesarean section in reference to the Consensus Conference of the French Society of Anesthesia and Intensive Care (SFAR) and assess the feasibility of a change in attitude (injection of the antibiotic prior to incision) among paediatricians Perinatal Health Network of Auvergne (RSPA) working in maternity.Study designCross sectional study by survey.Methods First questionnaire was sent to 46 RSPA paediatricians working in maternity. Almost one-third of paediatricians who returned the questionnaire said they were not concerned. A second questionnaire was developed with two paediatricians of the CHU and sent to the same 46 paediatricians. The statistical part involved percentages.ResultsResponse rates were respectively 61% and 67%. For the first questionnaire, only 25% of the paediatricians knew the antibiotic and the time for injection. For the second questionnaire, 87% were in favour of an administration before incision and 42% thought it will not affect the care of the newborn. For 35% of respondents, it could lead to a change in the duration of antibiotic therapy in cases of perinatal infection and for 13% only a delay in the implementation of antibiotic therapy in children.Conclusion The RSPA paediatricians did not know the practices of antibiotic prophylaxis for caesarean section. However, they did not appear opposed to an administration before cord clamping as it would not delay the implementation of any antibiotics in the newborn.
    Annales francaises d'anesthesie et de reanimation 01/2013; 32(1):12–17. · 0.77 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: OBJECTIVE: To describe the knowledge of paediatricians regarding the practice of antimicrobial prophylaxis for caesarean section in reference to the Consensus Conference of the French Society of Anesthesia and Intensive Care (SFAR) and assess the feasibility of a change in attitude (injection of the antibiotic prior to incision) among paediatricians Perinatal Health Network of Auvergne (RSPA) working in maternity. STUDY DESIGN: Cross sectional study by survey. METHODS: First questionnaire was sent to 46 RSPA paediatricians working in maternity. Almost one-third of paediatricians who returned the questionnaire said they were not concerned. A second questionnaire was developed with two paediatricians of the CHU and sent to the same 46 paediatricians. The statistical part involved percentages. RESULTS: Response rates were respectively 61% and 67%. For the first questionnaire, only 25% of the paediatricians knew the antibiotic and the time for injection. For the second questionnaire, 87% were in favour of an administration before incision and 42% thought it will not affect the care of the newborn. For 35% of respondents, it could lead to a change in the duration of antibiotic therapy in cases of perinatal infection and for 13% only a delay in the implementation of antibiotic therapy in children. CONCLUSION: The RSPA paediatricians did not know the practices of antibiotic prophylaxis for caesarean section. However, they did not appear opposed to an administration before cord clamping as it would not delay the implementation of any antibiotics in the newborn.
    Annales francaises d'anesthesie et de reanimation 11/2012; · 0.77 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: L’oxygénothérapie à haut débit se définit par l’administration d’un mélange gazeux à un débit supérieur à 1 l/min souvent réchauffé, humidifié. Elle permet de générer une pression expiratoire positive (PEP) et d’obtenir un contrôle précis de la fraction inspirée d’oxygène (FiO2). La diffusion de cette technique, en raison de son acceptation par l’ensemble des soignants, nous impose une réflexion concernant ses indications et ses limites. La régulation de la pression générée est imprécise. Elle dépend essentiellement du débit du mélange gazeux, des fuites du système et du poids de l’enfant. Les données de la littérature récente ne permettent pas de la proposer comme une alternative à la CPAP nasale en relais de la ventilation invasive. Elle est efficace sur la prévention des apnées du prématuré et se positionne plus comme une technique de sevrage de la CPAP en réduisant le traumatisme nasal si le mélange est réchauffé et humidifié. High-flow nasal oxygen therapy is defined as the administration of a gas flow mixture at a flow rate greater than 1 l/min. It generates a positive end-expiratory pressure with an accurate control of the fraction of inspired oxygen. This technique is well accepted by caregivers because of its simplicity and good tolerance. Further research is needed to determine its limitations and indications. The positive end-expiratory pressure induced by high-flow nasal cannula oxygen therapy is variable and depends mainly on gas flow, gas leaks and weight of the infant. Recent clinical studies underline that high-flow nasal cannulas cannot be an alternative to nasal Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP). Nevertheless, it is effective in preventing apnea in premature infants. The best indication is weaning from nasal CPAP. Furthermore, risk of nasal trauma is reduced by adequate humidification and heating of the gas mixture. Mots clésOxygénothérapie à haut débit–Lunettes nasales–Prématurité–Fraction inspirée d’oxygène–Pression expiratoire positive KeywordsHigh-flow nasal cannulas–Oxygen therapy–Prematurity–Fraction of inspired oxygen–Positive end-expiratory pressure
    Revue de médecine périnatale 09/2011; 3(3):135-140.
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    ABSTRACT: Our objective was to report perinatal outcome during the first three years of an emerging centre for laser photocoagulation in twin-twin transfusion syndrome (TTTS) and to compare with outcome observed earlier in the same centre when management consisted in recurrent amniodrainage. We conducted a single centre retrospective study. We compared perinatal outcome of 19 consecutive cases of mid trimester TTTS managed by amniodrainage over a 10-year period with 49 cases of TTTS managed by laser photocoagulation over a 3-year period. Laser photocoagulation increased survival rate at birth (P=0.02) and at postnatal day 28 (P=0.01). Neurologic and cardiologic complications did not differ significantly (P=0.5 and P=0.3 respectively). We observed a significant increase in survival of the donor after laser coagulation at birth (P=0.04). Our study demonstrated better outcome after laser photocoagulation. Early results of an emerging centre appeared comparable to those of more experienced centres.
    Gynécologie Obstétrique & Fertilité 05/2011; 39(9):482-5. · 0.58 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Netherton syndrome is a rare autosomal recessive disorder characterized by the triad of ichthyosiform erythrodermia, typical hair dysplasia, and severe atopic features. The broad range of variable expression of this disease is well described and 20% of complications occur during the neonatal period such as hypernatremic dehydration, electrolyte imbalances, recurrent or severe infections, and failure to thrive. Mutation of the SPINK5 gene has been identified as disease-causing in Netherton syndrome, but the pathophysiology still remains unclear. Almost all SPINK5 mutations result in the absence of the serine-protease inhibitor LEKTI protein in both keratinocytes and lymphocytes. In this study, we report on a severe form of Netherton syndrome observed in three patients within a large inbred Rom family. All of them died in the first months of life despite early treatment. They were found to be homozygous for the c.1431-12G > A SPINK5 gene mutation, which has not been associated with a lethal form of the disease thus far. This family illustrates the extreme phenotype of Netherton disease of neonatal onset. Molecular diagnosis allowed further genetic counseling and prenatal testing during other pregnancies.
    Archives de Pédiatrie 03/2011; 18(3):294-298. · 0.41 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Netherton syndrome is a rare autosomal recessive disorder characterized by the triad of ichthyosiform erythrodermia, typical hair dysplasia, and severe atopic features. The broad range of variable expression of this disease is well described and 20% of complications occur during the neonatal period such as hypernatremic dehydration, electrolyte imbalances, recurrent or severe infections, and failure to thrive. Mutation of the SPINK5 gene has been identified as disease-causing in Netherton syndrome, but the pathophysiology still remains unclear. Almost all SPINK5 mutations result in the absence of the serine-protease inhibitor LEKTI protein in both keratinocytes and lymphocytes. In this study, we report on a severe form of Netherton syndrome observed in three patients within a large inbred Rom family. All of them died in the first months of life despite early treatment. They were found to be homozygous for the c.1431-12G>A SPINK5 gene mutation, which has not been associated with a lethal form of the disease thus far. This family illustrates the extreme phenotype of Netherton disease of neonatal onset. Molecular diagnosis allowed further genetic counseling and prenatal testing during other pregnancies.
    Archives de Pédiatrie 01/2011; 18(3):294-8. · 0.41 Impact Factor
  • Archives de Pédiatrie 06/2008; 15(5):986-986. · 0.41 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Lobar congenital emphysema is a rare pulmonary malformation corresponding to progressive overinflation of a pulmonary lobe secondary to partial bronchial obstruction. Prenatal diagnosis is mainly based on lung hyperechoic area. Sonographic features are not specific highlighting the interest of fetal MRI or postnatal tomodensitometry. This case report describes prenatal detection including pitfalls and postnatal management.
    Gynécologie Obstétrique & Fertilité 06/2008; 36(5):529-31. · 0.58 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: To evaluate the neonatal morbidity and its risks factors in case of uncomplicated preterm rupture of membranes managed conservatively with subsequent planned delivery at 34 weeks of gestation. We studied retrospectively 42 consecutive neonates systematically delivered at 34 weeks of gestation after more than 48 hours of conservative management for uncomplicated preterm rupture of membranes. Conservative management was conducted in a single tertiary care center and consisted in corticotherapy and in antibiotherapy (amoxycilline during 7 days). We evaluated the neonatal mortality rate, the incidence of infection, respiratory distress, neurological disorders, and we looked for their prenatal risks factors. Forty-two neonates were included. The median gestational age at rupture was 31.1 weeks of gestation (from 25 to 33.9 weeks). The median duration of expectant management was 20 days (from 2.4 to 65 days). We observed 7 cases of neonatal infection but no septic failure, 18 cases of respiratory distresses among which 9 required a tracheal intubation for a mean duration of 3.7 days, no perinatal encephalopathy (5 cases of subependymal haemorrhage) and no neonatal death. We isolated one single risk factor that was the lowest gestational age at rupture in case of subsequent respiratory distress (29.6 vs 31.9 weeks; P=0.02). Neonatal morbidity in this population consisted mainly in respiratory distresses with an increased incidence when gestational age at rupture decreased.
    Gynécologie Obstétrique & Fertilité 10/2005; 33(9):577-81. · 0.58 Impact Factor
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    ABSTRACT: Objective. – To evaluate the neonatal morbidity and its risks factors in case of uncomplicated preterm rupture of membranes managed conservatively with subsequent planned delivery at 34 weeks of gestation.Patients and methods. – We studied retrospectively 42 consecutive neonates systematically delivered at 34 weeks of gestation after more than 48 hours of conservative management for uncomplicated preterm rupture of membranes. Conservative management was conducted in a single tertiary care center and consisted in corticotherapy and in antibiotherapy (amoxycilline during 7 days). We evaluated the neonatal mortality rate, the incidence of infection, respiratory distress, neurological disorders, and we looked for their prenatal risks factors.Results. – Forty-two neonates were included. The median gestational age at rupture was 31.1 weeks of gestation (from 25 to 33.9 weeks). The median duration of expectant management was 20 days (from 2.4 to 65 days). We observed 7 cases of neonatal infection but no septic failure, 18 cases of respiratory distresses among which 9 required a tracheal intubation for a mean duration of 3.7 days, no perinatal encephalopathy (5 cases of subependymal haemorrhage) and no neonatal death. We isolated one single risk factor that was the lowest gestational age at rupture in case of subsequent respiratory distress (29.6 vs 31.9 weeks; P=0.02).Discussion and conclusion. – Neonatal morbidity in this population consisted mainly in respiratory distresses with an increased incidence when gestational age at rupture decreased.
    Gynécologie Obstétrique & Fertilité 09/2005; 33(9):577-581. · 0.58 Impact Factor
  • Fuel and Energy Abstracts 06/2004; 33(4):368-368.