Due to the impact of COVID-19, a significant influx of emergency patients inundated the intensive care unit (ICU), and as a result, the treatment of elective patients was postponed or even cancelled.
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Metastatic or recurrent endometrioid adenocarcinoma of the uterine corpus is often incurable with limited treatment options. First-line treatment often includes cytotoxic chemotherapy, which incurs significant toxicities for many patients.
Problem: Research so far has evaluated the effect of antenatal classes, but few studies have investigated its usefulness from the perspective of mothers after birth.
Background: Considered the most prevalent noncommunicable disease in childhood, dental caries is both an individual and a collective burden.
Belle collaboration internationale avec le Department of Emergency Medicine, Ankara University School of Medicine, Ankara, Turkey
Background: The embedded participant (EP) plays a key role during a full scale/high-fidelity simulation (HFS) session. He/she is expected to guide the learner towards the achievement of the educational objectives of the scenario.
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Background: Inappropriate use of inhaled corticosteroids (ICSs) for asthma impairs control and may cause exacerbation, including asthma-related hospitalization (ARH). In prospective studies, ICS use peaked around ARH, but information on routine care use is limited. Since ARH is a major outcome, controller therapy use in routine care before and after ARH should be documented.
Purpose: We aimed to describe the ethical issues encountered by health care workers during the first COVID-19 outbreak in French intensive care units (ICUs), and the factors associated with their emergence.
Background: Although patient experience surveys flourish in many countries with the aim to improve quality of care, questions remain concerning their ability to become effective drivers of change within institutions. The patient comments from the French national patient experience hospital survey were analysed using an innovative structured approach to characterise patient experience and identify field actions for the institutions.
Purpose: To assess the incidence of undertriage in major trauma, its determinant, and association with mortality.
Introduction : La continuité des soins est essentielle pour le diagnostic et le traitement des pathologies somatiques et psychiques des migrants précaires. Cette étude a exploré les freins et les facilitateurs de la continuité des soins délivrés aux migrants précaires en médecine générale.
Importance: Surgical complications represent a considerable proportion of hospital expenses. Therefore, interventions that improve surgical outcomes could reduce healthcare costs.
Objectives: The legal landscape surrounding end-of-life care in France is subject to frequent changes. A proposed law to legalise euthanasia in April 2021 has raised questions about the role of physicians. If enacted, oncologists would likely be among the first professionals impacted, as data from countries with legalised euthanasia reveal that patients with cancer constitute the majority of those seeking this option.
Background : Pain empathy is essential for high-quality of care. The cognitive ability to identify and understand the pain in others remains underexplored in the context of hospital shift work. This study aimed to observe the early subliminal ability to detect pain in other faces and to investigate pain intensity evaluations during day and night shifts.
In 2018, the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) established a novel nosographic category within the stress-specific disorders known as complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD). Characterized by distinctive clinical attributes and a limited response to conventional PTSD treatments, C-PTSD has prompted the reconsideration of care methods.
Objective: To assess recurrence according to the type of surgery for primary hyperparathyroidism (pHPT) in MEN1 patients and to identify the risk factors for recurrence after initial surgery.
Even if each rare ovarian tumor (ROT) has a low incidence, the sum of all these entities represents almost the half of all ovarian neoplasms. Thus, development of dedicated clinical trial emerged as a prerequisite to improve their managements.
Aim: To report on the prevalence and clinical implications of positive QuantiFERON-TB (QFT) test results in the diagnostic evaluation of a cohort of consecutive sarcoid uveitis patients in France.
Background: To evaluate the contribution of chest X-ray and chest CT for the diagnosis of sarcoid uveitis.
Background: The onset and characteristics of chronic pain following an intensive care unit (ICU) stay for COVID-19 have never been thoroughly investigated.
Scedosporium and Lomentospora species rank second among the filamentous fungi colonizing the airways of cystic fibrosis (CF) patients. These fungi could be responsible for allergic bronchopulmonary mycosis (ABPM) and bronchitis before lung transplantation and invasive infections after. However, their role in CF lung disease is debated.
Background : PARP inhibitors (PARPi) have revolutionized the management of high-grade epithelial ovarian cancer (HGOC) treatment. However, a significant number of patients relapse or progress under PARPi, leading to the introduction of a new line of systemic therapy such as chemotherapy.
Background: We aimed to analyze the impact of timing of implantation (strategy-outcome relationship) and volume of procedures (volume-outcome relationship) on survival of veno-arterial extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (VA ECMO) for cardiogenic shock complicating acute myocardial infarction (AMI).
The aim of this study was to describe the frequency and type of technical procedures performed in general practice in France, and to assess their determinants, in particular rurality.Introduction : Technical skills have many areas of application in general practice and are a dimension of medical competence.
Aim : To evaluate the impact of the 2015 European Resuscitation Council (ERC) guidelines on patient outcomes following traumatic cardiac arrest (TCA) and on advanced life support interventions carried out by physician-staffed ambulances.
Top athletes and surgeons both continuously try to improve their performance.
The effectiveness of parent-mediated interventions in the field of autism spectrum disorder is well documented but information on the experience of parents involved in parent-mediated interventions is limited.
Objectif : Chez le patient âgé, la polypathologie est souvent associée à la prise de plusieurs médicaments, impliquant un risque élevé d’iatrogénie médicamenteuse. L’exposition médicamenteuse a été peu explorée chez les patients âgés atteints d’insuffisance rénale chronique.
Motivational interviewing (MI), developed in the 1980s, demonstrated efficacy in helping patients to change their health behavior, and more recently in supporting patient therapeutic adherence.
The PEACH study, carried out within RESHAPE, received on April 5, 2023 the prize for excellence in neurology awarded by the French Society of Neurology.
Background: While the World Health Organisation (WHO) warned about mistreatment, disrespect and/or abuse during childbirth as early as 2014. This same year a social media movement with #payetonuterus brought to light the problematic of obstetrical violence in French speaking countries, and more specifically on issues of disrespect.
Background: This project assesses socio-economic factors of delayed referral to a pediatric rheumatologist (PRst) for JIA patients in France and Switzerland within the Juvenile Inflammatory Rheumatism (JIR) Cohort.
Objectives: The objectives of this survey were 1) to describe the changes over time of barrier measures in maternity units, specifically, co-parent visits and women wearing masks in birth rooms, and 2) to identify potential institutional determinants of these barrier measures.
Objectives: The control chart is a graphical tool for data interpretation that detects aberrant variations in specific metrics, ideally leading to the identification of special causes that can be resolved. A clear assessment of control chart utilization and its potential impact in surgery is required to justify recommendations for its dissemination. This review aims to describe how performance monitoring using control charts was used over time in surgery.
Background: The objective of the study was to elaborate a conceptual framework related to the domains of patient experience along the cystic fibrosis (CF) journey from the patients and parents of children with CF to inform the design of a patient-reported experience questionnaire.
Background: Emergency Departments (ED) have seen an increasing number of older patients who are mostly referred following a call to the Emergency Medical Services (EMS).
Background: One out of two pregnant women has a history of herpes infection. Initial infections have a high risk of neonatal transmission. Our objective was to analyse the professional practises of midwives regarding the management of herpes infections during pregnancy in France.
Background: Prehospital trauma triage tools are not tailored to identify severely injured older adults. Our trauma triage protocol based on a three-tier trauma severity grading system (A, B, and C) has never been studied in this population.
Introduction: High-fidelity simulation is widely used in the ongoing education of caregivers. However, the complex high-stakes simulated crisis environment affects memorization. This study investigated whether participants would remember more key training messages 3 months after a simulated complex emergency situation if they had used a digital cognitive aid (CA) during the simulations.
Purpose: To identify and quantify the barriers and facilitators to the use of clinical decision support systems (CDSSs) by primary care professionals (PCPs).
Aim: In the present study, we evaluated the triage process particularly for older patients after calls to Emergency Medical Call Centers (ECC), according to the geriatric assessment tool.
Purpose: We aimed to explore stroke rehabilitation professionals' understanding and representations of peer support; the benefits they anticipated for patients; and the levers and barriers they perceived to implement the intervention in their practice.
Chvetzoff G, Bouleuc C, Lardy-Cléaud A, Saltel P, Dieras V, Morelle M, Guastalla JP, Tredan O, Rebattu P, Pop S, Ray-Coquard I, Pierga JY, Mignot L, Laurence V, Bourne-Branchu V, Pérol D,...
Sabatier R, Rousseau F, Joly F, Cropet C, Montégut C, Frindte J, Cinieri S, Guerra Alía EM, Polterauer S, Yoshida H, Vergote I, Colombo N, Hietanen S, Largillier R, Canzler U, Gratet A, Marmé...
Heidet M, Freyssenge J, Claustre C, Deakin J, Helmer J, Thomas-Lamotte B, Wohl M, Danny Liang L, Hubert H, Baert V, Vilhelm C, Fraticelli L, Mermet É, Benhamed A, Revaux F, Lecarpentier É,...
Duclos A, Payet C, Baboi L, Allaouchiche B, Argaud L, Aubrun F, Bohé J, Dailler F, Fellahi JL, Lehot JJ, Piriou V, Rimmelé T, Terragrossa D, Polazzi S, Guérin C.
Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2022...
Danchin N, Steg G, Mahé I, Hanon O, Jacoud F, Nolin M, Dalon F, Cotte FE, Gollety S, Van Ganse E, Belhassen M
Arch Cardiovasc Dis. 2022 Sep. Online ahead of print.
Leaune E, Rouzé H, Lestienne L, Bislimi K, Chalancon B, Morgiève M, Grandgenèvre P, Vaiva G, Laplace N, Poulet E, Haesebaert J.
Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2022 Sep.
Gaucher L, Barasinski C, Dupont C, Razurel C, Pichon S, Leavy E, Viaux-Savelon S, Cortet M, Franck N, Haesebaert F, Haesebaert J.
Healthcare (Basel). 2022 Sep
Abstract:The objective of this study...
Le Bonniec A, Sun S, Andrin A, Dima AL, Letrilliart L.
Prevention science June 2022 Epub ahead of print
Screening is an essential prevention practice for a number of health conditions....
Della Vecchia C, Préau M, Haesebaert J, Viprey M, Rode G, Termoz A, Dima A, Schott AM
Annals of physical and rehabilitation medicine/ June 2022 Online ahead of print.
Novais T, Prudent C, Cransac A, Gervais F, Mouchoux C, Gigan M, Cahoreau V, Jouglen J, Chamouard V
Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics / June 2022
What is known and...
Tazarourte K, Ageron FX, Avondo A, Barnard E, Bobbia X, Cesareo E, Chollet- Xemard C, Curac S, Desmettre T, Khoury CEL, Gauss T, Gil-Jardine C, Harris T,
Heidet M, Lapostolle F, Pradeau C, Renard...
Melchior M, Dziadzko M, Conradi S, Poisbeau P, Aubrun F
Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research / June 2022
Aims: The authors evaluated the impact of the first COVID-19 pandemic...
Atallah A, Butin M, Moret S, Claris O, Massoud M, Gaucherand P, Doret-Dion M.
Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics / May 2022
Background: Introduction: There is clear evidence that...
Bernier R, Gavoille A, Chirpaz N, Jamilloux Y, Kodjikian L, Mathis T, Sève P.
Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology / May 2022
Aim: To assess the relevance of...
Dima AL, Allemann SS, Dunbar-Jacob J, Hughes DA, Vrijens B, Wilson IB
British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology / May 2022
Aims: Measuring adherence to medication is complex due to the...
Termoz A, Delvallée M, Damiolini E, Marchal M, Preau M, Huchon L, Mazza S, Habchi O, Bravant E, Derex L, Nighoghossian N, Cakmak S, Rabilloud M, Denis A, Schott AM, Haesebaert J
Nabergoj Makovec U, Goetzinger C, Ribaut J, Barnestein-Fonseca P, Haupenthal F, Herdeiro MT, Grant SP, Jácome C, Roque F, Smits D, Tadic I, Dima AL
BMJ Open / April 2022
Chvetzoff G, Girodet M, Despax J, Baudry V, Duranti J, Mastroianni B, Vanacker H, Vinceneux A, Brahmi M, Renard O, Gautier J, Britel M, Ducimetière F,
Anota A, Cassier P, Christophe V
BMJ Open /...
Adèle Perrin, Luiza Siqueira do Prado, Amélie Duché, Anne-Marie Schott, Alexandra L. Dima and Julie Haesebaert.
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health / December...
Adèle Perrin, Gergis Abdalla, Marie Viprey, François Delahaye, Nathan Mewton, Michel Ovize, Laurent Sebbag, Thomas Bochaton, Alexandra L. Dima, Estelle Bravant, Anne-Marie Schott, Julie...
Antoine Duclos, François Chollet, Léa Pascal, Hector Ormando, Matthew J Carty, Stéphanie Polazzi, Jean-Christophe Lifante, SHEWHART Trial Group.
BMJ / November 2020
Atallah A, Butin M, Moret S, Claris O, Massoud M, Gaucherand P, Doret-Dion M.
Journal of Gynecology Obstetrics and Human Reproduction / January 2021
Introduction: Fetal growth...
Yohan Fayet, Delphine Praud, Béatrice Fervers, Isabelle Ray-Coquard, Jean-Yves Blay, Françoise Ducimetiere, Guy Fagherazzi and Elodie Faure.
International Journal of Health Geographics /...
Cécile Payet, Stéphanie Polazzi, Jean-François Obadia, Xavier Armoiry, José Labarère, Muriel Rabilloud, Antoine Duclos.
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology / February 2021
Benhamed A, Canon V, Mercier E, Heidet M, Gossiome A, Savary D, El Khoury C, Gueugniaud PY, Hubert H, Tazarourte K
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery / March 2022
Dumoulin C, Havet N, Lesueur JY.
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health / March 2022
Physical activity (PA) and limiting sedentary behavior have been...
Michel N, Bui-Xuan B, Bapteste L, Rimmele T, Lilot M, Chollet F, Favre H, Duclos A, Michel P
Trials / February 2022
Background: Morbidity and Mortality conference provides the necessary...
El Khoury C, Aboa-Eboule C, Fraticelli L, Claustre C, Bischoff M, Blanc- Lasserre K, Buisson M, Cakmak S, Cho TH, Ferroud-Plattet B, Guerrier O,
Philippeau F, Serre P, Mechtouff L, Nighoghossian...
David JS, Friggeri A, Vacheron CH, Bouzat P, Fraticelli L, Claustre C, Maegele M, Inaba K
European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery / February 2022
Purpose: It has been suggested...
Durieu I, Dalon F, Reynaud Q, Lemonnier L, Dehillotte C, Bérard M, Walther D, Viprey M, Van Ganse E, Belhassen M
Journal of Cystic Fibrosis / January 2022
Background: Better insights...
Payet C, Polazzi S, Rimmelé T, Duclos A
Critical care medicine / January 2022
Objectives: We investigated whether the risk of death among noncoronavirus disease 2019 critically ill...
Gilbert T, Cordier Q, Polazzi S, Bonnefoy M, Keeble E, Street A, Conroy S, Duclos A.
Age Ageing / January 2022
Background: The Hospital Frailty Risk Score (HFRS) has made it possible...