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September 29th, 2021 by admin

IPA2 ressources séance 5

Un site très complet sur la revue systématique : University of Hawaii

Ressource pour la littérature grise : Flinders


Powerpoint du jour : IPA2part5

September 28th, 2021 by admin

Case report – Simple English

Here is a simplified version of the document : McNeil, Julian. “Complete heart block in a Caucasian woman with Behçet’s disease: a case report.” Journal of medical case reports 10.1 (2016): 1.

This case concerns a 48 year old Caucasian woman who was hospitalized for lightheadedness, muscular weakness, blurred vision, feeling faint, and feeling sick, with an abnormal heartbeat. Doctors carried out an electrocardiogram to visualize the heartbeat which showed that the electrical signals were not being correctly transmitted between the chambers of the heart. This explained the woman’s symptoms, and because it can be fatal doctors fitted a pacemaker and the symptoms disappeared. They then checked the the levels of a protein called troponin were normal and this allowed them to conclude that there was no damage to the heart muscle.

The woman subsequently suffered from frequent watery diarrhea, and said that she had regularly had painful ulcers on her mouth and genitals over the previous 10 months, and sometimes complained of swollen and tender joints, as well as a period of redness in her eyes that lasted two weeks. She had been to hospital 3 weeks earlier for chest pain due to an inflammation of the heart muscle, and tests showed a normal heartbeat with signs of fluid around the heart. She had a swollen right knee, and ulcers inside her mouth and on her vulva. She was a relatively heavy smoker, and when pregnant with her second child she had suffered from a blood clot in her right leg.

Doctors found no signs of bowel disease, or of skin injuries that were resistant to healing, and all tests for diseases where the body’s immune system attacks healthy cells were negative. They then tested for certain substances in the blood and the stools which might cause an immune reaction. An internal examination of the digestive system uncovered an ulcer in a part of the intestine often associated with another disease, but which was not consistent with that disease. Further tests showed inflammation of the blood vessels, but enabled doctors to eliminate the disease. Based on the woman’s ulcers, inflammation of the membranes in her joints, the ulcer in the digestive tract and her episode of inflamed eyes, doctors diagnosed a disorder named Behçet’s disease (BD). She was prescribed a drug called predisnalone to treat the inflammation, gradually decreasing the dose, and another called sulfasalzine to treat her diarrhea. Symptoms had disappeared at her follow-up appointments one and three months later.

Doctors made their diagnosis of BD on the basis of the woman’s symptoms after eliminating other possible causes. Although they did not find any long standing skin injuries, a symptom associated with BD, its absence is not enough to rule out the diagnosis. This case is interesting for a number of reasons. First of all, BD is more often found in men than in women, and secondly it occurs more frequently in regions along the Silk Road. Thirdly, despite the fact that heart problems are known to occur in BD, and that problems with electrical signals in the heart, known as heart block have already been recorded in BD patients from a non-Caucasian background, this is the first time heart block and BD have been reported in a Caucasian woman.

The fact that the levels of the protein called troponin, were normal, and that the heart muscle was in good condition led the doctors to eliminate other possible causes of heart block, and this was confirmed by the normal electrocardiogram when she was first in hospital. Therefore the doctors concluded that the heart problems were likely caused by Behçet’s disease. This led them to recommend that when BD is diagnosed, heart-related problems should be considered, even when the treatment for other aspects of the disease seems to be working, since heart block can be fatal.

September 23rd, 2021 by admin

Orthophonie UE7.4 Commentaire étude de cohorte

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McAllister, Jan, Jacqueline Collier, and Lee Shepstone. “The impact of adolescent stuttering and other speech problems on psychological well‐being in adulthood: evidence from a birth cohort study.” International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 48.4 (2013): 458-468.

September 23rd, 2021 by admin

O3A UE7.4 documents séance 4

Articles sur les biais :


Document d’accompagnement du PPTUE7-4CM4

Modèle proposé par Nature 2009 (applicable à tout type d’article)

  • Is the study question relevant?
  • Does the study add anything new?
  • What type of research question is being asked?
  • Was the study design appropriate for the research question?
  • Did the study methods address the most important potential sources of bias?
  • Was the study performed according to the original protocol?
  • Does the study test a stated hypothesis?
  • Were the statistical analyses performed correctly?
  • Do the data justify the conclusions?
  • Are there any conflicts of interest?

Lien vers le site de classement des revues : https://www.scimagojr.com/journalrank.php

Site de l’étude National birth cohort : https://cls.ucl.ac.uk/cls-studies/1958-national-child-development-study-2/

Articles sur les questions de recherche :

AskingTheRightQuestion(Breastfeeding) (porte sur la recherche sur l’allaitement, mais contient des informations utiles)

September 22nd, 2021 by admin

IPA2 session 3

Graphic design principles document : IPA2TD3


September 17th, 2021 by admin

Orthophonie UE7.4 Commentaire étude cas-témoin

Morphological Features in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Matched Case-Control Study

September 17th, 2021 by admin

IPA2 séance 2

Document d’accompagnement de la séance 1 : IPA2TD1

Document d’accompagnement de la séance 2 : IPA2TD2

Serie d’articles de Meadows sur la méthodologie de la recherche : MeadowsResearchMethodology

September 16th, 2021 by admin

Orthophonie UE7.4 : Séance 3

Document du jour : UE7-4CM3

Article 2 à lire pour la semaine prochaine : Art2-UE7-4