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Master Thesis

Tests rapides d'orientation et de diagnostic en cabinet de médecine générale

Abstract : The orientation and rapid diagnostic tests (TRODs) are immunochromatography tests allowing to obtain a rapid response to a specific question such as the presence or absence of an antigenic target in a biological sample that is easy to obtain (drop of blood , saliva..). There are many TRODs but few are used by general practitioners in their current practice. The purpose of this research was to evaluate the TRODs already used by general practitioners in their practice and those they would like to achieve. The results showed that doctors already use at least one TROD but they ignore the legislation governing the use of TRODs and they would like to be able to use more of them. The TRODs that physicians would like to have available are those of influenza, mononucleosis, strep A, gastric helicobacter pylori and tetanus.
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Thomas Bou-Achour. Tests rapides d'orientation et de diagnostic en cabinet de médecine générale. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2018. ⟨dumas-01874265⟩

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