Catherine Payen-Champenois

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We compared an acetaminophen (paracetamol) 1 g (n = 51) formulation for infusion with propacetamol 2 g (n = 51) and placebo (n = 50) in a randomized, controlled, double-blind, parallel group trial in patients with moderate-to-severe pain after third molar surgery. Treatment efficacy was assessed in house for 6 h after starting the 15-min infusion.(More)
BACKGROUND Intravenous acetaminophen injection (paracetamol) is marketed in Europe for the management of acute pain. A repeated-dose, randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, three-parallel group study was performed to evaluate the analgesic efficacy and safety of intravenous acetaminophen as compared with its prodrug (propacetamol) and placebo.(More)
OBJECTIVES To document adherence to two parts of the EULAR 2000 recommendations for knee osteoarthritis, concerning non-pharmacological and pharmacological first line management; and to identify factors influencing adherence to the recommendations. METHODS In a prospective study, 1030 randomly selected French general practitioners completed questionnaires(More)
OBJECTIVES An intravenous formulation of paracetamol and an intravenous formulation of propacetamol (prodrug of paracetamol) were compared in children with acute fever due to infection in order to determine the antipyretic efficacy and safety during the 6-hour period after administration. METHODS A total of 67 patients aged 1 month to 12 years and with a(More)
BACKGROUND Guidelines for the treatment of lower limb osteoarthritis (LLOA) include non-pharmacological (NPM) and pharmacological modalities (PM). In France, general practitioners (GPs) are the main prescribers of pharmacological treatment for LLOA but little is known about the non-pharmacological modalities they usually prescribe. OBJECTIVE To determine(More)
BACKGROUND Little is known about the risk factors for procedural pain during spinal and joint injections. METHODS In this prospective national multicentre study, procedural pain was investigated by rheumatologists who visited four consecutive patients undergoing synovial aspiration and infiltrations of the knee (K), and four consecutive patients(More)
BACKGROUND Joint, spinal and soft tissue injections are commonly performed by rheumatologists in their daily practice. Contrary to other procedures, e.g. performed in pediatric care, little is known about the frequency, the intensity and the management of procedural pain observed in osteo-articular injections in daily practice. METHODS This observational,(More)
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