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Prevalence of mental disorders in French prisons for men
TLDR
The approach proposed here, with good reliability and closer to a day-to-day clinical practice, yields high prevalence rates for psychiatric diagnosis in prison, especially using traditional standardized interviews.
Patients with Alzheimer's Disease Living at Home in France: Costs and Consequences of the Disease
TLDR
A significant link between costs of caring for an AD patient at home and disease severity is suggested, and unpaid assistance was the most costly component of the total cost of care.
[Cost of obesity in France].
Definition and estimation of lifetime detriment from radiation exposures: principles and methods.
TLDR
Differences between reported risk estimates include details of the calculations, the baseline rates and age distributions of the exposed population, the forms of the models for excess rates, handling of organ-specific doses, and the groupings of cancer sites.
Persistence and adherence to single-tablet regimens in HIV treatment: a cohort study from the French National Healthcare Insurance Database.
TLDR
It is suggested that persistence is higher in HIV patients treated with an STR compared with other administration schedules, and significant benefit in terms of adherence was observed with the STR in comparison with regimens with >1 daily intake but no difference was observed when comparing with Regimens involving >1 pill once daily.
The contributing factors to medical cost of epilepsy: an estimation based on a French prospective cohort study of patients with newly diagnosed epileptic seizures (the CAROLE study)
TLDR
The data emphasize the importance of seizure control as means of reducing the costs of epilepsy especially during the first year of follow-up, as well as the need to consider aetiologic categorization of seizures at inclusion and to other clinical parameters.
Seroprevalence of Varicella in the French Population
TLDR
The smoothed curve of age-specific seroprevalence suggested that the steepest rate of increase occurred between 1 and 8 years of age, followed by a considerable slowing in the rate of increasing, reaching a prevalence of ∼95% by age 30.
Estimation of direct unit costs associated with non-vertebral osteoporotic fractures in five European countries
The objective of this study was to estimate the unit costs of non-vertebral osteoporotic fractures in five European countries based on the results of the SOTI and TROPOS clinical trials in
Management of relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma in French hospitals and estimation of associated direct costs: a multi‐centre retrospective cohort study
TLDR
A series of novel agents (thalidomide, bortezomib and lenalidomides) has emerged during the latest decade, but their use in routine clinical practice is not well documented as well as the cost of RRMM.
Venous thromboembolism and mortality after hip fracture surgery: the ESCORTE study 1,2
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The current rate of postoperative VTE is low, but overall mortality remains high, suggesting hip fracture patients belong to a vulnerable group of old people with comorbid diseases and a high risk of postoperatively morbidity and mortality.
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