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    Titre: Evolution de la composition corporelle sur trois ans de sujets sains âgés de plus de 65 ans
    Auteur: Steiner, Anne-Sylvie
    Contributeur: Pichard, Claude
    Date: 2004/11/25
    Sujet: Composition corporelle - Bioimpédance électrique - Absorbtiométrie biphotonique à rayons X - Comptage du potassium corporel total - Sujets sains âgés - Exercice physique
    Description: L'étude présentée mesure l'évolution de la composition corporelle sur trois ans dans un collectif de sujets sains âgés de plus de 65 ans et étudie l'impact de l'activité physique sur cette évolution. Les masses grasses et non grasses ont été évaluées selon trois méthodes de mesure indépendantes (la bioimpédance électrique, l'absorptiométrie biphotonique à rayons X et le comptage du potassium corporel total) à deux reprises à trois ans d'intervalle. L'influence de l'âge et de l'activité physique (mesurée par un questionnaire validé) sur ces changements a été étudiée. Globalement, on montre un gain de la masse grasse et une perte de la masse non grasse dans les deux sexes. L'exercice physique limite le gain de masse grasse chez les femmes de moins de 75 ans et la perte de masse non grasse chez les hommes de plus de 75 ans.
    Note: Thèse de doctorat : Univ. Genève, 2004

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    Chlamydia trachomatis infection in males in a juvenile detention facility in Switzerland

    Haller, Dagmar M, Steiner, Anne-Sylvie S, Sebo, Paul, Gaspoz, Jean-Michel, Wolff, Hans
    Swiss medical weekly, 2011, Vol.141, pp.w13220 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Chlamydia trachomatis infection in males in a juvenile detention facility in Switzerland
    Auteur: Haller, Dagmar M; Steiner, Anne-Sylvie S; Sebo, Paul; Gaspoz, Jean-Michel; Wolff, Hans
    Sujet: Chlamydia Trachomatis ; Prisoners ; Chlamydia Infections -- Epidemiology
    Description: Young offenders represent a group for which Chlamydia trachomatis infection screening is recommended in the US. In the absence of local epidemiological data it is difficult to assess whether such recommendations apply to the Swiss context. Our aim was to obtain local prevalence data for Chlamydia trachomatis infection among young male offenders as a basis for screening strategies in Swiss juvenile detention centres. This cross-sectional study was conducted in a juvenile detention facility in Geneva, Switzerland. Adolescent males aged 15-18 years admitted to the detention facility were invited to participate during a consultation with a nurse conducted within 48 hours of admission. Participants were asked to provide a first void urine sample for PCR detection of Chlamydia trachomatis infection and to complete a questionnaire on reproductive health behaviours. 72 males were considered for participation in the study. 13 were excluded (mainly due to the language barrier or a shorter than 3 days' stay in the facility) and 9 (15%) declined participation. Not being sexually active was the most common reason for declining participation. Most participants originated from Switzerland or the European Union and 68% reported having ≥2 sexual partners in the past year. Only one participant (18 years, asymptomatic) had Chlamydia trachomatis infection (2%; 95%CI: 0-6%). This study does not support screening for Chlamydia trachomatis among young offenders admitted to detention centres in Switzerland. Studies in other European detention centres should document the extent to which our findings are generalisable to the European context.
    Fait partie de: Swiss medical weekly, 2011, Vol.141, pp.w13220
    Identifiant: 1424-3997 (E-ISSN); 21769756 Version (PMID); 10.4414/smw.2011.13220 (DOI)

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    Added value of an intensive multidisciplinary functional rehabilitation programme for chronic low back pain patients

    Steiner, Anne-Sylvie, Sartori, Marlène, Leal, Sandra, Kupper, Danièle, Gallice, Jean-Paul, Rentsch, Denis, Cedraschi, Christine, Genevay, Stéphane
    Swiss medical weekly, 2013, Vol.143, pp.w13763 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Added value of an intensive multidisciplinary functional rehabilitation programme for chronic low back pain patients
    Auteur: Steiner, Anne-Sylvie; Sartori, Marlène; Leal, Sandra; Kupper, Danièle; Gallice, Jean-Paul; Rentsch, Denis; Cedraschi, Christine; Genevay, Stéphane
    Sujet: Physical Therapy Modalities ; Disabled Persons -- Psychology ; Low Back Pain -- Psychology
    Description: Several treatments exist for chronic low back pain (cLBP) patients although none has shown superiority. Among group treatments, muscle reconditioning programmes (MRPs) are the most commonly used. Multidisciplinary functional rehabilitation programmes (MFRPs) are an alternative. To compare a MFRP with a MRP as few studies compare these treatments This was a prospective, nonrandomised, controlled study comparing cLBP patients participating in a MRP or MFRP in an outpatient setting. The predetermined primary outcome measure was the daily life activity subscale (DLA) of the Dallas Pain Questionnaire (DPQ) within one year after the end of the treatment. Twenty-one patients were included in the MRP and 24 in the MFRP. At inclusion, the groups were similar in terms of age (mean 40 years), sex (50%-60% males), sick leave duration (mean 6.0 months, standard deviation (SD) 4.4 months) and follow up (mean 9.0 months, SD 2.0 months). The DLA score decreased from 59.5% (SD 16.9) to 44.8% (SD 25.4), p
    Fait partie de: Swiss medical weekly, 2013, Vol.143, pp.w13763
    Identifiant: 1424-3997 (E-ISSN); 23519464 Version (PMID); 10.4414/smw.2013.13763 (DOI)

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    Chlamydia trachomatis infection in a Swiss prison: a cross sectional study

    Steiner, Anne-Sylvie, Haller, Dagmar M, Elger, Bernice S, Sebo, Paul, Gaspoz, Jean-Michel, Wolff, Hans
    Swiss medical weekly, 2010, Vol.140, pp.w13126 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Chlamydia trachomatis infection in a Swiss prison: a cross sectional study
    Auteur: Steiner, Anne-Sylvie; Haller, Dagmar M; Elger, Bernice S; Sebo, Paul; Gaspoz, Jean-Michel; Wolff, Hans
    Sujet: Chlamydia Trachomatis ; Prisoners ; Chlamydia Infections -- Epidemiology
    Description: Chlamydia trachomatis infection (CTI) is the most frequent sexually transmitted infection in Switzerland and its prevalence in correctional settings is currently unknown. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of CTI and associated risk factors in a population of inmates aged 18-35 years. Inmates attending the health care unit of the largest Swiss remand prison from June 2008 to May 2009 were invited to participate in this cross-sectional study. All participants completed a questionnaire and provided a first-void urine specimen for CTI testing based on a PCR assay. Univariate and multivariate logistic regression analyses were used to assess risk factors associated with CTI. 214 male and 20 female inmates agreed to participate. Overall CTI prevalence was 6.5% in men (95% CI 3.2; 9.9) and 10% (95%CI 0; 23.1) in women. None of the following possible risk factors analysed were significantly correlated to CTI: age, origin, education, religion, number of sexual partners, iv drug use, subjective health status and uro-genital symptoms. CTI prevalence in the largest Swiss prison was two to six times higher than in the general population but similar to other European prison settings. This result should raise our awareness that this population is at particularly high risk for sexually transmitted infections and motivate a widespread surveillance of prison CT prevalence. We hesitate to consider systematic screening because evidence is still lacking in relation to the benefits of screening in males. Local cost effectiveness studies would highly contribute to a correct decision concerning implementation of screening.
    Fait partie de: Swiss medical weekly, 2010, Vol.140, pp.w13126
    Identifiant: 1424-3997 (E-ISSN); 21086203 Version (PMID); 10.4414/smw.2010.13126 (DOI)

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    General internal medicine: important articles about ambulatory care published in 2010

    Jackson, Yves, Broers, Barbara, Di Pollina, Laura, Dao, Mélissa Dominice, Durieux-Paillard, Sophie, Escard, Emmanuel, Perron, Noëlle Junod, Steiner, Anne-Sylvie, Wolff, Hans, Gaspoz, Jean-Michel
    Revue medicale suisse, 02 February 2011, Vol.7(280), pp.285-8 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: General internal medicine: important articles about ambulatory care published in 2010
    Auteur: Jackson, Yves; Broers, Barbara; Di Pollina, Laura; Dao, Mélissa Dominice; Durieux-Paillard, Sophie; Escard, Emmanuel; Perron, Noëlle Junod; Steiner, Anne-Sylvie; Wolff, Hans; Gaspoz, Jean-Michel
    Sujet: Ambulatory Care ; Internal Medicine
    Description: This review of articles published in 2010 covers the new role of dabigatran in atrial fibrillation, the lack of efficacy on pain of chondroïtine/ glucosamine in knee arthrosis, the risk of thrombosis with antipsychotics, the increase cardiovascular risk in case of migraine with aura and the insufficient prescription of adjuvant chemotherapy in elderly with colon cancer. Authors also highlight public health topics such as the association of poor oral hygiene and increased cardiovascular risk, the positive effect of opioid substitution therapy by primary care practitioners on mortality, the high frequency of prenatal violence on pregnant women and the negative impact of financial constraint on the risk of hospitalization.
    Fait partie de: Revue medicale suisse, 02 February 2011, Vol.7(280), pp.285-8
    Identifiant: 1660-9379 (ISSN); 21381271 Version (PMID)