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Bibliographical entry (without author) :

Le trouble de stress post-traumatique lié à l’accouchement. Périnatalité, 12(4), 192-200.

Author(s) :

Deforges, C., Sandoz, V., & Horsch, A.

Year of publication :

2020

URL(s) :

https://rmp.revuesonline.com/articles/lvrmp/abs/20…
https://doi.org/10.3166/rmp-2020-0101

Résumé (français)  :

L’accouchement peut être une expérience difficile, et parfois même causer un trouble du stress post-traumatique lié à l’accouchement (TSPT-A), ce qui concerne tant les parents que les équipes soignantes. Cet article présente la symptomatologie et les spécificités cliniques du TSPT-A, ainsi que ses conséquences sur le couple, la parentalité, l’enfant et les futures grossesses. Il passe en revue les mesures préventives et les approches thérapeutiques indiquées pour lutter contre le TSPT-A, et se termine par des recommandations à l’attention des équipes cliniques.

Abstract (English)  :

Childbirth can be a difficult experience, and sometimes even causes childbirth-related posttraumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD). C-PTSD can affect both parents and clinical teams. This article presents the symptomatology and the clinical specificities of C-PTSD, as well as its consequences on the couple, parenthood, the child, and future pregnancies. It also reviews the preventative measures and therapeutic approaches to tackle C-PTSD, and ends with clinical recommendations.

Sumário (português)  :

O parto pode ser uma experiência difícil e, às vezes, pode até causar transtorno de estresse pós-traumático relacionado ao parto (TEPT-C). O C-PTSD pode afetar os pais e as equipes clínicas. Este artigo apresenta a sintomatologia e as especificidades clínicas do TEPT-C, bem como suas consequências no casal, na parentalidade, no filho e em futuras gestações. Ele também analisa as medidas preventivas e abordagens terapêuticas para combater o C-PTSD e termina com recomendações clínicas.

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Argument (français) :

Article de synthèse sur le stress post-traumatique consécutif à l’accouchement

Argument (English):

Review article on post-traumatic stress following childbirth

Argumento (português):

Artigo de revisão sobre estresse pós-traumático após o parto

Keywords :

➡ psychology ; public health ; social support ; interventions during childbirth ; maternal health ; post-traumatic stress

Author of this record :

Alison Passieux — 02 Apr 2021

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