Briefing on Water and Health.

15/10/2012, Team CNRS-UMR 7285 (IC2MP) in its exploration of Water and Health, Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy of Poitiers presented its research projects through collaboration IC2MP.

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This presentation will also take place in Poitiers ENSIP in November or December 2012.

Theme presentations: Exposure to endocrine disruptors fluid of pregnant women in Deux-Sèvres: comparison of assessment methods in relation to child health.

An endocrine disrupter is a foreign substance to the body, which can interfere with the endocrine system and hormones. Despite the treatment of water, some endocrine disruptors can be found in small quantities in water. Due to the widespread use of these drugs, the risk of human exposure is therefore essential to consider, especially during pregnancy when the fetus is more sensitive to hormones is potentially exposed to these products.

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Epidemiological study EDDS is in this context to better understand exposure to these endocrine disruptors, including via drinking water, whether tap water or bottled water.

Presentations made at the General Council 15/10/2012 Deux-Sèvres in Niort.

– 17.00 – Home

Sylvie Strezlec, MD Chief of Maternal and Child Health of the General Council of the Deux-Sèvres.

– 5:10 p.m. – Opening and presentation of the research team

Virginia Migeot, epidemiologist, University of Poitiers
Sylvie Rabouan, pharmacist, Professor of Analytical Chemistry, University of Poitiers, Antoine Dupuis, pharmacist, University of Poitiers.

Virginie Migeot

– 17:30 – Study PN-MIX

Exposure to pesticides and nitrates in pregnant women: effects on endocrine disruptors birth weight newborns in the department of Deux-Sèvres.
Camille Carles, internal Public Health, University of Poitiers.

– 5:50 p.m. – Study ech2o-PEST

Prenatal exposure to endocrine disrupting pesticides and nitrates in drinking water and fetal growth in the Deux-Sèvres.
Camille Carles, internal Public Health, University of Poitiers.

Camille Carles

– 6:10 p.m. – Study SOCIO-MIX

Effect of socio-economic and water exposure to the mixture of pesticides and nitrates of the pregnant woman and little influence on the birth weight of newborns in the Deux-Sèvres.
Frederike Panora, internal Public Health, University of Poitiers.

Virginie Migeot et Frederike Limousi

– 18:30 – BPA Study

Bisphenol A and its derivatives chlorinated in human colostrum.
Axelle Cariot, PhD in Analytical Chemistry, University of Poitiers.

Presentation Axelle Cariot

– 6:50 p.m. – EDDS Project: objectives, methods and waypoint.
Water exposure to endocrine disruptors pregnant women in Deux-Sèvres: comparison of assessment methods and relationship with the child health
Marion Albouy-Llaty, PhD in Epidemiology, University of Poitiers

Marion Albouy-Llaty

– 7:10 p.m. – Discussion between partners.

Publications are being written, no recording presented.

intervention Sylvie Rabouan puis Antoine Dupuis

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