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March 31st, 2017 by admin

FASM2 – organisation des évaluations 2017

Semaine du 15 mai 2017

Session de découverte de l’article, salles habituelles :

Jeudi 18 mai

  • 9h- groupes 1 et 4
  • 10h – groupes  2 et 5
  • 11h – groupes 3 et 6

Vendredi 19 mai

  • 9h – groupes 7 et 8
  • 10h – groupes 9 et 11
  • 11h – groupes 10 et 12
  • 13h – groupe 13
  • 14h – groupe 14

Evaluation

  • Groupes de Mme Mutin : ED 13
  • Groupes de Mme Georges ED16

Horaires habituels pour chaque groupe.

Si vous avez des questions écrivez à votre enseignante.

March 22nd, 2017 by admin

L2 – Pilot review preparation

Next week (March 29) you will view a pilot episode of a series, and you will have to write a review of what you have seen.

In order to get an idea of how to approach this task, here are a few links to reviews from newspapers and internet sites :

Beyond (Variety.com)

Preacher (Forbes.com)

Travelers (nerdbastards.com)

Westworld (harpersbazaar.com)

Other examples can be found on this page

March 17th, 2017 by admin

FASM2 – Antigens Q&A

Voici un document avec les questions de la semaine et des éléments de réponse.

December 14th, 2016 by admin

Traduction corrigé

Voici une proposition de traduction :

Augmented reality; coming soon to a theatre near you

“In ten years’ time we will wonder how we were able to operate without 3D imaging and augmented reality,” said Patrick Pessaux, a surgeon at the university teaching hospital of Strasbourg.

For the surgeon, the advantage of these emerging techniques is two-fold.  Firstly, the day before the operation doctors will be able to explain the details of the intervention to the patient using a tablet computer.  “This educational and entertaining approach tends to reassure them” the specialist stated.

Secondly, 3D visualization of an anomaly beforehand allows the surgeon to define his movements and aim directly thus lowering the risk of side effects.  “When we aim for the gallbladder, in 0.5% of cases the bile duct, which leads from the liver to the intestine, is impacted, causing injury.  Augmented reality allows us to visualize this duct which is hidden beneath fat, and thereby avoid it.”

A clinical trial on gall bladder removals (100 000 operations each year in France) in 60 patients has just concluded in Strasbourg.  The data are being analyzed.  “It is a world first.  We are going to identify in how many of the sixty patients augmented reality enabled us to find the right structure”, Patrick Pessoux explained.

Even if augmented reality provides more accurate diagnosis, helps to prepare operations, and informs patients, it hasn’t yet arrived in operating theaters.  At present, navigation allows surgical guidance during an operation. We will still have to wait for a few years for these innovations, which are currently in research and development, to finally enter the operating room.

 

November 25th, 2016 by admin

FASM2 – Red Bull Questions & Answers

Voici un pdf contenant des éléments de réponse.  N’hésitez pas à me signaler toute erreur éventuelle.

November 22nd, 2016 by admin

FASM2 organisation

Une heure hebdomadaire:

Groupes 1,2 & 3 (Mme Mutin) et groupes 4,5 & 6 (Mme Georges) à 9h, 10h et 12h respectivement les lundi 21 et 28 novembre, le 5 décembre, 20 et 27 février, 6, 13, 20 et 27 mars, et le jeudi 18 mai. Le contrôle aura lieu le 29 mai.

Groupes 8, 9 & 10 (Mme Mutin) et groupes 7, 11 et 12 (Mme Georges) à 9h, 10h et 12h respectivement les mardi 22 et 29 novembre, le 6 décembre, 21 et 28 février, 7, 14, 21 et 28 mars, et le vendredi 19 mai. Le contrôle aura lieu le 30 mai.

Groupes 13 & 14 (Mme Georges) 13h et 14h respectivement les vendredi le 25 novembre,  2 & 9 décembre, 24 février, 3, 10, 17, 24 et 31 mars, 19mai. Le contrôle aura lieu le 2 juin.

Pour tout changement ponctuel, merci de bien vouloir contacter votre enseignant au préalable.

 

November 9th, 2016 by admin

L2: traduction 3 – proposition de traduction

Is 100 days without meat good for our health?

Aline Perraudin, editor of “Santé Magazine” and author of “100 days without meat” set herself the challenge of eating no meat for 100 days.  Even though the journalist made the choice for ethical reasons, because she could no longer stand the scandals over animal slaughter for example, is it possible that this decision was good for her health?

“Many studies have compared the health of vegetarians and meat-eaters,” GP Dr Martine Perez told Europe 1.  “The results show that vegetarians generally have fewer cancers.”  But these conclusions should be taken with precaution.   First and foremost, because certain types of cancer, such as colon cancer are just as common in non meat-eaters as in others.  Finally, the decrease in risk of cancer is not necessarily linked to dietary habits.  “If vegetarians have fewer cancers, it is because over all they are health conscious,” Dr Perez stated.  So, they have fewer lung cancers because they are less likely to smoke than the rest of the population.

Other studies have been carried out on cardiovascular diseases.  Here again it is difficult to associate lower prevalence in vegetarians with diet.  Dr Perez added that “vegetarians are also a little less frequently diabetic and less obese.”  But an Austrian study has upset the cart, coming to the conclusion that vegetarians had more allergies than meat-eaters, and were more depressed.  Aline Perraudin, for her part, believes that going meat-free has enabled her to eat a more balanced diet.  “Initially, you feel like there are only side dishes left”, she told Europe 1.  “At the end, I felt as though I was doing myself good.  Eating a vegetable-based diet eased my conscience.” The journalist ate a more balanced diet, “tofu doesn’t need chips”.   Indeed, besides meat, what people eat with it disrupts a balanced diet, and thus their health.  “People who eat meat, eat more chips, and more fat, and drink more wine” concluded Dr Perez.

The question remains as to what (nutritional) deficiencies a vegetarian diet can cause.  For nutritionist Jean-Michel Cohen it is nevertheless possible to compensate for the proteins, iron and vitamin B12 contained in meat.  “We can get iron from chocolate, wholemeal bread or wheat bran.”  Vitamin B12 on the other hand is difficult to find in other foods besides fish.  If fish is also being avoided, taking dietary supplements is advised.

 

November 7th, 2016 by admin

FASM1 évaluations janvier-février 2017 – RAPPEL

Vous présenterez un ‘case report’ récent, en anglais simplifié, devant l’ensemble de votre groupe. Vous disposerez de 4 minutes pour présenter le cas sans notes, et nous vous conseillons donc l’utilisation de diapositives.
Pour toute question n’hésitez pas à écrire à votre enseignante.