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This review shows that for selected, low‐risk pregnant women, the evidence from randomised trials to support that planned hospital birth reduces maternal or perinatal mortality, morbidity, or any other critical outcome is uncertain.

Ole Olsen, Jette A Clausen (2023)

Planned hospital birth compared with planned home birth for pregnant women at low risk of complications. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews  Display this record
➡ survey ; evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; public health ; homebirth ; hospital


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The risk of perinatal or neonatal mortality was not different when birth was intended at home or in hospital.

Eileen K.Hutton, Angela Reitsma, Julia Simioni, Ginny Brunton, Karyn Kaufman (2019)

Perinatal or neonatal mortality among women who intend at the onset of labour to give birth at home compared to women of low obstetrical risk who intend to give birth in hospital: A systematic review and meta-analyses. EClinicalMedicine, Volume 14, Pages 59-70.  Display this record
➡ evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; guidelines ; public health ; planned homebirth ; hospital ; informed consent


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It is time we recognize the need for all the professional and maternity consumer groups to unite and agree on the central principles needed to ensure women have safe options when they choose their place of birth, whatever that choice may be.

Hannah G. Dahlen (2019)

Is it Time to Ask Whether Facility Based Birth is Safe for Low Risk Women and Their Babies? EClinicalMedicine, Commentary, Volume 14, page 9-10.  Display this record
➡ evidence-based medicine/midwifery ; guidelines ; public health ; planned homebirth ; hospital ; informed consent


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Thinking our medicine, if not also “curing“ it, by becoming aware of our dark sides and the possible drifts that result from it, will surely help us to get rid of it, in order to maintain and renew a happy exercise nourishing life, sometimes even in death.

Marine Garouna (2019)

L’accouchement à domicile : étude qualitative des motivations et représentations auprès de dix couples ; attentes vis-à-vis du médecin généraliste. Thèse de doctorat de médecine. Sorbonne Université  Display this record
➡ ethics ; psychology ; birth plan ; planned homebirth


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Planned and accompanied childbirth at home (AAD) now represents nearly 2,000 births on average per year in France.

Floriane Stauffer-Obrecht (2019)

L’accouchement accompagné à domicile. Pratique des sages-femmes françaises accompagnant les naissances à domicile Etat des lieux 2018  Display this record
➡ survey ; public health ; statistics ; planned homebirth ; midwife


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Faible niveau de preuve permettant d’établir un quelconque choix entre aad et accouchement hospitalier pour les femmes à bas risque. Nombre croissant de preuves de qualité en faveur de l’aad qui oriente vers la création d’une revue systématique régulièrement mise à jour, notamment des études observationnelles, ainsi que décrit dans le Cochrane Handbook for Systematic Reviews of Interventions que de tenter de mettre en place de nouveaux essais contrôlés randomisés

Olsen O, Clausen JA (2013)

Bénéfices et risques de l’accouchement planifié à l’hôpital comparé à l’accouchement planifié à domicile pour les femmes enceintes à faible risque.  Display this record
➡ place of birth ; homebirth ; planned homebirth


Related records : #3174 #3146 #3219…


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