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Clinical manifestations, risk factors, and maternal and perinatal outcomes of coronavirus disease 2019 in pregnancy: living systematic review and meta-analysis. bmj, 370.

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Allotey, J., Stallings, E., Bonet, M., Yap, M., Chatterjee, S., Kew, T.,… & PregCOV- Living Systematic Review Consortium.

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Résumé (français)  :

77 études ont été incluses (11 432 femmes), et 10% des femmes enceintes ont été diagnostiquées comme étant potentiellement malades ou atteintes du covid19.
On observe plus de symptômes de fièvre et de douleurs musculaires (myalgie) chez les femmes enceintes ayant la covid 19 que chez les femmes non enceintes en âge de procréer. Elles sont aussi potentiellement plus susceptibles d’avoir besoin de soins intensifs.
La présence de facteurs de comorbidités (pathologies pré-existantes), un âge maternel élevé et la masse corporelle élevée semblent être des facteurs de risque de covid-19 sévère.
Les taux de naissance prématurée sont élevés chez les femmes enceintes covid-19 que chez les femmes enceintes sans la maladie.

Abstract (English)  :

Pregnant and recently pregnant women are less likely to manifest covid-19 related symptoms of fever and myalgia than non-pregnant women of reproductive age and are potentially more likely to need intensive care treatment for covid-19.
Pre-existing comorbidities, high maternal age, and high body mass index seem to be risk factors for severe covid-19.
Preterm birth rates are high in pregnant women with covid-19 than in pregnant women without the disease.

Sumário (português)  :

Mulheres grávidas ou recentemente grávidas são menos prováveis manifestar sintomas de febre relacionados a covid-19 e mialgia do que mulheres não grávidas de reprodução idade e são potencialmente mais propensos a precisar tratamento de terapia intensiva para covid-19. Pré-existente comorbidades, alta idade materna e alta massa corporal índice parecem ser fatores de risco para covid-19 grave.
As taxas de nascimentos prematuros são altas em mulheres grávidas com covid-19 do que em mulheres grávidas sem a doença.

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Argument (français) :

La présence de pathologies pré existantes, l’âge maternel élevé et une masse corporelle élevée semblent être des facteurs de risques de forme sévère du covid 19 chez la femme enceinte. Les taux de naissances prématurées sont aussi plus élevés pour les femmes enceintes touchées par la covid 19.

Argument (English):

The presence of pre-existing pathologies, high maternal age and high body mass appear to be risk factors for the severe form of covid 19 in pregnant women. Premature birth rates are also higher for pregnant women affected by covid 19.

Argumento (português):

A presença de patologias pré-existentes, alta idade materna e alta massa corporal parecem ser fatores de risco para a forma grave de covid 19 em mulheres grávidas. As taxas de nascimentos prematuros também são mais altas para mulheres grávidas afetadas por covid 19.

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Keywords :

➡ premature baby ; public health ; baby’s health ; maternal age ; maternal weight ; CoVID-19

Author of this record :

Alison Passieux — 28 Jan 2021

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