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Intérêts des examens complémentaires réalisés et prescrits lors des visites médicales systématiques

Abstract : Objectives: To determine the number of additional tests prescription during periodic medical examination and following this medical checkup. To determine the interests of these prescription, their results and estimate the cost of a such practice. Method: Descriptive, prospective and retrospective study, carried out from January 2013 to July 2014, using a questionnaire. The study population was military from Kremlin-Bicetre fort. Results: - Patients drinking alcohol, without sport activity and with factors of cardiovascular risk or medical history have more additional medical tests than the other. - 1 out of 2 militaries has an additional examination prescription after the VMP. Half of these patients attended this examination and 20% of them shown an abnormality. Conclusion: Supplementary examinations performed during VMP have an interest in determining the ability of the military to maintain the operational capability of the forces. Indeed, additional tests help to maintain the military long-term health when they are carried out in the context of preventive medicine and they are prescribed appropriately.
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Jessica Valageas. Intérêts des examens complémentaires réalisés et prescrits lors des visites médicales systématiques. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2014. ⟨dumas-01138292⟩



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