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Impact des syndromes coronariens aigus sur l'aptitude professionnel et sur la qualité de vie : à propos d'une étude observationnelle dans une population de militaires français

Abstract : Impact of acute coronary syndromes on professional competence and quality of life. About an observational study in a population of French soldiers.
Introduction : The purpose of the study is to assess the impact of acute coronary syndromes (ACS) on professional competence and quality of life of military personnel.
Methods : This is a monocentric observational and descriptive epidemiological study around a cohort of military who had a first ACS between January 2006 and December 2011. The data of vocational aptitude were collected by questionnaire to patients and general practitioners between September 2013 and July 2014. The quality of life was assessed by questionnaire Mac New.
Results : 48 patients were included. The involvement rate was 96% for physicians and 77% for patients. 3 patients were reformed. Before ACS, 81% were in operational assignment, currently only 32%. The median time to return to work was 31.5 days, that of resumption of sport was 106.5 days. Officer status and spastic angina promote reclassification to operational assignment. The average score for quality of life was 5.69 ± 1.11. The subgroups analysis found no significant difference.
Conclusion : Occurrence of ACS is a milestone in the military career: unfitness for operative activity and operations abroad for two-thirds of them. This failure does not appear to affect their quality of life. Early return to work and fast and systematic recovery of sport can explain this result.
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Marine Scannavino. Impact des syndromes coronariens aigus sur l'aptitude professionnel et sur la qualité de vie : à propos d'une étude observationnelle dans une population de militaires français. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2014. ⟨dumas-01147934⟩

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