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Bibliographical entry (without author) :

Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing, an Essential Framework for Maternal-Newborn Nursing. J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs. 2016 Mar-Apr;45(2):264-75

Author(s) :

Sakala C, Romano AM, Buckley SJ.

Year of publication :

2016

URL(s) :

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26826397
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jogn.2015.12.006

Résumé (français)  :

La connaissance de la physiologie hormonale de la maternité est fondamentale pour tous ceux qui s’occupent des femmes enceintes et des nouveau-nés. Lorsqu’ils sont promus, soutenus et protégés, les processus innés, axés sur les hormones, optimisent le travail et la naissance, les transitions maternelles et néonatales, l’allaitement et l’attachement mère-bébé. De nombreuses interventions périnatales courantes peuvent interférer avec ou limiter les processus hormonaux et avoir d’autres effets inattendus. De telles interventions ne devraient être utilisées que lorsqu’elles sont clairement indiquées. Des soins de haute qualité intègrent des pratiques infirmières salutogènes qui soutiennent les processus physiologiques et la santé maternelle et néonatale.

Abstract (English)  :

Knowledge of the hormonal physiology of childbearing is foundational for all who care for childbearing women and newborns. When promoted, supported, and protected, innate, hormonally driven processes optimize labor and birth, maternal and newborn transitions, breastfeeding, and mother-infant attachment. Many common perinatal interventions can interfere with or limit hormonal processes and have other unintended effects. Such interventions should only be used when clearly indicated. High-quality care incorporates salutogenic nursing practices that support physiologic processes and maternal-newborn health.

beta-endorphins; hormonal physiology; maternal–newborn safety; onset of labor; oxytocin; perinatal interventions; precautionary principle; prolactin; stress hormones

Sumário (português)  :

O conhecimento da fisiologia hormonal da gravidez é fundamental para todos os que cuidam de mulheres grávidas e recém-nascidos. Quando promovidos, apoiados e protegidos, processos inatos, orientados por hormônios, otimizam o trabalho de parto e nascimento, transições maternas e do recém-nascido, amamentação e vinculação mãe-bebê. Muitas intervenções perinatais comuns podem interferir ou limitar os processos hormonais e outros efeitos não intencionais. Tais intervenções devem ser usadas apenas quando claramente indicado. O cuidado de alta qualidade incorpora práticas de enfermagem hiogênicas que apóiam os processos fisiológicos e a saúde materno-neonatal.

beta-endorfina; fisiologia hormonal; segurança materno-neonatal; início do trabalho de parto; oxitocina; intervenções perinatais; princípio de precaução; prolactina; estresse hormonal

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Argument (français) :

De nombreuses interventions périnatales courantes peuvent interférer avec ou limiter les processus hormonaux et avoir d’autres effets inattendus.

Argument (English):

Many common perinatal interventions can interfere with or limit hormonal processes and have other unintended effects.

Argumento (português):

Muitas intervenções perinatais comuns podem interferir ou limitar os processos hormonais e outros efeitos não intencionais.

Keywords :

➡ evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; psychology ; 3rd stage of labor ; active management of labor ; oxytocin ; breastfeeding ; hormones ; oxytocin-3rd stage of labour

Author of this record :

Veronica Graham — 09 Mar 2018
➡ latest update : Bernard Bel — 17 Jul 2018

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