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Attitudes et connaissances des médecins généralistes dans la prise en charge de la drépanocytose à Mayotte

Abstract : This study attempts to assess the knowledge and attitudes of GPs Mayotte in the management of sickle cell disease. This genetic disease has a high incidence in Mayotte. This is a descriptive study conducted from February to March 2013, with GPs clinics Mayotte. 24 out of 50 doctors completed a questionnaire on their skills in primary care in the management of sickle cell patients. 73.9% of practitioners experience difficulties in monitoring these patients. Deficiencies prevention were found as 29.17% of physicians surveyed do not perform special education parents of a newborn screened and 20.8% of practitioners do not perform anti-pneumococcal vaccination in adult patients . In the management of complications, differences were noted as 41.6% of doctors do not prescribe appropriate analgesia to painful sickle cell patient. All physicians surveyed considered that the optimization of the management of sickle cell patients in Mayotte is through training. This study is a prerequisite for many prospects and track improvement. A Guide for GPs has been produced and distributed.
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Delphine Jouanet. Attitudes et connaissances des médecins généralistes dans la prise en charge de la drépanocytose à Mayotte. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2014. ⟨dumas-01083520⟩

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