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Etude rétrospective sur le travail intra-hospitalier de l'équipe mobile de gériatrie du CHRU de Nancy-Brabois. Analyse de son activité sur une période de six mois et du suivi de ses recommandations à l'issue de l'hospitalisation

Abstract : The objective of this study is to analyze the activity of the geriatric mobile team (EMG) of the Nancy Brabois CHRU during six months (emergency services excluded) and adhrence to recommendations at the end of hospitalization. Amonf the 105 files included in this retrospective study, the most frequent reasons to resort to EMG are troubles due to superior functions (delirium or cognitive impairment) (60%) and loss of autonomy (39%). Nutritional disorders and pain are less frequent reasons to resort to EMG (respectively 10% and 5%) where as they are strongly assessed by the EMG (respectively 50% and 26%). The main recommendations concern the care of the nutritional and cognitive disorders and the fight against iatrogenesis. The recommendations suggested by EMG are followed at 58%. Three factors are associated with the failure to follow the recommendations. The first factor is time between the service request and the EMG intervention. The two other factors are the assessment of pain and the suggestion that the patient returned home
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Mathilde Callier. Etude rétrospective sur le travail intra-hospitalier de l'équipe mobile de gériatrie du CHRU de Nancy-Brabois. Analyse de son activité sur une période de six mois et du suivi de ses recommandations à l'issue de l'hospitalisation. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2015. ⟨hal-01732471⟩

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