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  1. Self-reported snoring in pregnancy : Association with fetal outcome.

    Article - En anglais

    Objectives 

    To determine the incidence of self-reported snoring in pregnant compared with nonpregnant women.

    To compare indicators of fetal outcome in pregnant women with self-reported frequent snoring vs those without snoring.

    Study design 

    Prospective, nonrandomized screening and comparison between groups.

    Patients 

    Three hundred fifty pregnant women and 110 age-matched nonpregnant women.

    Methods 

    Survey evaluating self-reported snoring.

    For the pregnant women, infant birthweight, APGAR scores, and other indicators of fetal outcome were obtained by record review.

    Results 

    Frequent snoring was reported in 14% of the pregnant women vs 4% of the nonpregnant women (X2=6.2 ; df=1 ; p<0.05).

    The pregnant women who reported frequent snoring did not have deliveries resulting in infants with evidence of an increase in compromised outcomes.

    Conclusions 

    Frequent snoring is reported more often in pregnant than in nonpregnant women.

    Snoring mothers do not appear to be at increased risk for delivering infants with fetal compromise as might be expected with the concomitant occurrence of obstructive sleep apnea.

    Mots-clés Pascal : Gestation, Association, Ronflement, Prévalence, Effet biologique, Santé, Nouveau né, Homme, Apnée sommeil syndrome, Etude statistique, Femme, ORL pathologie

    Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Pregnancy, Association, Snoring, Prevalence, Biological effect, Health, Newborn, Human, Sleep apnea syndrome, Statistical study, Woman, ENT disease

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    Inist-CNRS - Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique

    Cote : 96-0227436

    Code Inist : 002B10A02. Création : 199608.