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Conséquences du confinement lié à la Covid 19 chez les patients ayant bénéficié d’un suivi au CSAPA ODYSSÉE, ANPAA 06

Abstract : Introduction: in March 2020, confinement of the general population began in France to stem the spread of Covid19. The first studies showed a correlation between the severity of the somatic attack of this virus and certain comorbidities as well as the psychological impact of confinement. Due to their socio-psychological condition, “addicted” patients are more vulnerable to this confinement caused by Corona virus disease 19 (Covid19).
Objectives: to assess the consequences of confinement linked to Covid19 in patients who received follow-up at the CSAPA Odyssée addictology center, as well as their feelings about the remote consultation.
Materials and methods: we carried out a multicenter observational epidemiological survey in the Alpes Maritimes, during the last week of confinement. All of the patients included had at least one follow-up consultation from March 17 to May 7, 2020 in one of our centers. Data on the development of their addictions and their psychological state were collected through a telephone questionnaire.
Results: among the 144 patients included, 34% described a decrease in their total addictions and 48% a stability. Men have statistically reduced their total consumption more than women (p = 0.03). There was no association between changes in total addictions and changes in working conditions (p = 0.2). The anxiety of our patients has remained stable or decreased for 60% of them. For two-thirds of our population, there has been no sleep disturbance. The telephone consultation agreed to 90% of our patients.
Conclusion: during this period of confinement, monitoring our patients has improved their experience and limited the consequences on their addictions. Telephone consultation has been a major tool in their care, but it seems interesting to develop access to videoconferencing. The general practitioner has a central role in identifying "addicted" patients by ensuring their follow-up or by referring them to specialized centers.
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Virginie Mesa. Conséquences du confinement lié à la Covid 19 chez les patients ayant bénéficié d’un suivi au CSAPA ODYSSÉE, ANPAA 06. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2020. ⟨dumas-03406205⟩



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