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Database - Alliance francophone pour l'accouchement respecté (AFAR)

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We propose that Childbirth-related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder should be re-considered as not merely a ‘generic’ PTSD, which happens to result from the index event of childbirth, but rather as a potentially unique sub-type of PTSD.

Danny Horesh, Susan Garthus-Niegel & Antje Horsch (2021)

Childbirth-related PTSD: is it a unique post-traumatic disorder? Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 39, 3, p. 221-224  Display this record
➡ depression, anxiety ; psychology ; public health ; post-traumatic stress

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John Joseph Reynolds-Wright, Anne Johnstone, Karen McCabe, Emily Evans, Sharon Cameron (2021)

Telemedicine medical abortion at home under 12 weeks’ gestation: a prospective observational cohort study during the COVID-19 pandemic. BMJ Sexual and Reproductive Health.  Display this record

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HPV infection dramatically increases the diversity of the vaginal microbiome, leading to a gradual increase in the abundance of anaerobic bacteria and the severity of cervical dysplasia. Any unnecessary surgical treatment for cervical dysplasia could negatively affect obstetric outcomes and sex life. Assessment of the local immune and microbial environment could improve medical care in patients with CIN and cervical cancer.

Erik Kudela, Alena Liskova, Marek Samec, Lenka Koklesova, Veronika Holubekova, Tomas Rokos, Erik Kozubik, Terezia Pribulova, Kevin Zhai, Dietrich Busselberg, Peter Kubatka & Kamil Biringer (2021)

The interplay between the vaginal microbiome and innate immunity in the focus of predictive, preventive, and personalized medical approach to combat HPV-induced cervical cancer. EPMA Journal.  Display this record
➡ evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; guidelines ; public health ; prevention ; HPV human papillomavirus ; vaginal microbiota

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The different contributing experts have managed to pull together the most recent
information, updated in depth reviews on different aspects of HPV infections

Franco Borruto Marc De Ridder (2012)

HPV and Cervical Cancer. Achievements in Prevention and Future Prospects. Springer-Verlag New York, 2012  Display this record
➡ evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; guidelines ; public health ; maternal health ; prevention ; HPV human papillomavirus

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Vaginal microbiota protect the mucosa against the establishment of pathogenic microorganisms through three complementary mechanisms: a) specific adherence to the epithelium, which blocks colonization of pathogens, b) production of antimicrobial compounds, and c) co-aggregation with pathogens, which enhances their microbiocidal effect. The mutualistic effect of lactobacilli suggests that instillation of these microorganisms might regenerate the vaginal ecosystem, thus eliminating the relapses associated with treatment of the infection.

Rebeca Martín Nora Soberón Fernando Vázqueza Juan Evaristo Suárez (2008)

Vaginal microbiota: Composition, protective role, associated pathologies, and therapeutic perspectives Enfermedades Infecciosas y Microbiología Clínica, Volume 26, Issue 3, March 2008, Pages 160-167  Display this record
➡ evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; public health

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The COVID-19 pandemic has deeply shaken health systems. In this article, we take a look at how countries in the European Union and the UK have responded in terms of access to abortion. While some countries have sought to maintain and facilitate abortion care during the pandemic by introducing or expanding the use of telemedicine and early medical abortion, others have attempted to restrict it further.

Neva Bojovic Jovana Stanisljevic Guido Giuntic (2021)

The impact of COVID-19 on abortion access: insights from the European Union and the United Kingdom Health Policy  Display this record
➡ guidelines ; public health ; abortion ; CoVID-19

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Women with severe or recurrent depression should be informed about the increased risk of relapse following antidepressant discontinuation, and those who discontinue antidepressants should be monitored for relapse.

Bayrampour, H., Kapoor, A., Bunka, M., & Ryan, D. (2020)

The risk of relapse of depression during pregnancy after discontinuation of antidepressants: A systematic review and meta-analysis. The Journal of clinical psychiatry, 81(4), 0-0.  Display this record
➡ depression, anxiety ; psychology ; maternal health

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Review article on post-traumatic stress following childbirth

Deforges, C., Sandoz, V., & Horsch, A. (2020)

Le trouble de stress post-traumatique lié à l’accouchement. Périnatalité, 12(4), 192-200.  Display this record
➡ psychology ; public health ; social support ; interventions during childbirth ; maternal health ; post-traumatic stress

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Symptoms of depression, anxiety and peritraumatic distress are linked to aspects of the prenatal period, but also to the experience of childbirth. More specific prevention, screening and care measures, depending on the woman’s symptomatology, can be implemented during pregnancy or at the maternity. Further research seems essential to better understand the interactions between the prenatal period, childbirth and postpartum in explaining women’s mental health in the immediate postpartum period.

Chabbert, M., Guillemot-Billaud, A., Rozenberg, P., & Wendland, J. (2021)

Déterminants des symptômes d’anxiété, de dépression et de détresse péri-traumatique chez les femmes en post-partum immédiat. Gynécologie Obstétrique Fertilité & Sénologie, 49(2), 97-106.  Display this record
➡ attendance ; depression, anxiety ; psychology ; public health ; social support ; experience of pregnancy ; prevention ; post-traumatic stress

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The main risk factors are obstetric, such as emergency cesarean section and perceived pain during labor, and women’s dissatisfaction with social support.
The main protective factors are: obstetric, including perceived sense of control during labor or satisfaction with partner support.

Chabbert, M., Panagiotou, D., & Wendland, J. (2021)

Predictive factors of women’s subjective perception of childbirth experience: a systematic review of the literature. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 39(1), 43-66.  Display this record
➡ c-section/caesarean ; depression, anxiety ; father ; psychology ; public health ; iatrogeny ; obstetric and gynecologic violence obstetric violence, obstetrical violence ; social support ; interventions during childbirth ; interventions before childbirth ; pain ; post-traumatic stress ; midwife

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