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, de mes chers condisciples et devant l'effigie d'Hippocrate, je promets et je jure, au nom de l'Etre suprême, d'être fidèle aux lois de l'honneur et de la probité dans l'exercice de la médecine

, Je donnerai mes soins gratuits à l'indigent et n'exigerai jamais un salaire au-dessus de mon travail

, Admis (e) dans l'intérieur des maisons, mes yeux ne verront pas ce qui s'y passe, ma langue taira les secrets qui me seront confiés, et mon état ne servira pas à corrompre les moeurs

?. Respectueux, se) et reconnaissant (e) envers mes Maîtres, je rendrai à leurs enfants l'instruction que j'ai reçue de leurs pères

, Que je sois couvert (e) d'opprobre et méprisé (e) de mes confrères si j'y manque. Résumé Introduction : La psychothérapie « Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing » (EMDR) fait partie des traitements de première ligne dans le Trouble de Stress Post-Traumatique (TSPT). L'objectif principal de cette étude est d'en évaluer l'efficacité au sein d'une population naturalistique, ? Que les hommes m'accordent leur estime si je suis fidèle à mes promesses

, Secondairement, il sera exploré l'implication des dérèglements biologique avec le cortisol

, Méthode : Il s'agit d'une étude clinique contrôlée randomisée comprenant 80 patients répartis en deux groupes de 40 et suivi sur trois mois. L'évaluation de la symptomatologie du TSPT a été réalisée avec la CAPS-IV. Les dosages du cortisol ont été réalisés à 5 temps différents et sur 2 jours consécutifs, comprenant le réveil, 30 minutes après le réveil, 60 minutes après le réveil, à 15h et à 21h

, A la suite d'un ajustement sur les variables « Score CAPS à l'inclusion » et « Age à l'inclusion », les AUC diurne compris dans le 2 ème tertile montrent un intérêt statistiquement significatif dans la prédiction de la rémission à V2, avec un p-value à 0,027, Les autres variables du cortisol dont AUCi et AUCg n'ont pas fait preuve d'intérêt statistiquement significatif, vol.35, pp.0-46

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