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Archives de pédiatrie
Volume 20, n° 4
pages 446-448 (avril 2013)
Doi : 10.1016/j.arcped.2012.04.019
« Le syndrome du bébé secoué : les séquelles ? »
Outcome after a shaken baby syndrome
 

K. Lind , A. Laurent-Vannier, H. Toure, D.-G. Brugel, M. Chevignard
Service de rééducation des pathologies neurologiques acquises, hôpitaux de Saint-Maurice, 14, rue du Val-d’Osne, 94410 Saint-Maurice, France 

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Résumé

Le syndrome du bébé secoué (SBS) est un traumatisme crânioencéphalique secondaire à un acte violent de secouement de la part d’un adulte envers un nourrisson. Les critères diagnostiques du SBS ont été récemment validés par la Haute Autorité de santé. La mortalité globale après un SBS est en moyenne de 21,6 % et l’évolution à long terme n’est jugée favorable que pour 8 à 36 % des patients suivis plus de cinq ans en moyenne. Cet article décrit les séquelles, leurs mécanismes et les facteurs pronostiques ainsi que des pistes pour l’amélioration de la prise en charge des patients à long terme.

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Abstract

The Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) is a severe inflicted brain injury due to an adult violently shaking an infant. Diagnostic guidelines have been recently published by the “Haute Autorité de santé”. The mortality rate after SBS is 21.6 % and the long-term outcome is good for only 8 to 36 % patients followed over more than 5 years. The aim of this article is to describe sequelae after a SBS, their mechanisms, prognostic factors and recommendations for a better long-term care of the patients.

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