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, L'objectif principal était de mettre en évidence l'altération des capacités mnésiques et attentionnelles à l'aide d'outils de mesure simples chez des patients suicidants aux BZD

M. Matériel, Nous avons inclus des patients suicidants pris en charge aux urgences du CHU d'Amiens et les avons répartis en 2 groupes en fonction de la prise ou non de BZD. Ils ont été évalués dans les 24 à 48h après leur TS (T0) et réévalués entre 4 et 14 jours (T1). La mémoire et l'attention ont été évaluées à l'aide des items Apprentissage

M. Rappel-du, des items Mémoire verbale et Mémoire verbale différée du BEARNI et des items Mémoire, Attention et Rappel du MoCA

, Résultats: 82 patients ont été inclus dans le groupe IMV aux BZD (âge moyen=41,8±15,2 ans, 74% de femmes) et 48 dans le groupe témoin (âge moyen=36±15.1 ans, 61% de femmes

, T0, les scores du groupe IMV aux BZD étaient significativement plus bas que ceux du groupe témoin pour la mémoire

, Mots clé : Benzodiazépines, tentative de suicide, troubles mnésiques et attentionnels