Influence d'une hospitalisation prénatale sur les facteurs de stress parentaux lors d'une naissance prématurée [Influence of prenatal hospitalization on parental stressful experience in the case of a premature birth].

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Influence d'une hospitalisation prénatale sur les facteurs de stress parentaux lors d'une naissance prématurée [Influence of prenatal hospitalization on parental stressful experience in the case of a premature birth].
Journal
Journal De Gynécologie, Obstétrique et Biologie De La Reproduction
Author(s)
Morisod-Harari M., Borghini A., Hohlfeld P., Forcada-Guex M., Muller-Nix C.
ISSN
0368-2315 (Print)
ISSN-L
0150-9918
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Published
Issued date
2013
Volume
42
Number
1
Pages
64-70
Language
french
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Publication types: English Abstract ; Journal Article Publication Status: ppublish
Abstract
OBJECTIVES: To investigate the influence of prenatal hospitalization before a premature birth, on the parental stressful experience, parental symptoms of post-traumatic stress and quality of parent-infant interaction during the hospitalization in neonatology.
POPULATION AND METHODS: Population: 51 preterm infants born and 25 full term infants control. Four groups: controls, premature without prenatal hospitalization, premature with a short (<8 days) prenatal hospitalization and premature with a long (≥8 days) prenatal hospitalization. Instruments: the Parental Stressor Scale: Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (PSS: NICU, Miles et al., 1993 [14]) and the Perinatal PTSD Questionnaire (PPQ, Quinnell and Hynan, 1999 [16]).
RESULTS: When prenatal hospitalization of the mother occurred, parents acknowledged increased stress induced by the environmental factors during the infant's hospitalization. Furthermore, mothers from the group with a short prenatal hospitalization presented significantly more symptoms of post-traumatic stress. Parents presenting more symptoms of post-traumatic stress describe a significantly more difficult interaction with their infant in neonatology.
CONCLUSION: This study highlights the necessity to deliver special care to women hospitalized shortly (<8 days) prior to the delivery of their premature baby. This group is at high risk of presenting post-traumatic stress symptoms, which could have a negative impact on the quality of parent-infant interactions.
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