Liste des publications scientifiques du CHU de Clermont-Ferrand

Cette liste prend en compte l'ensemble des publications scientifiques du CHU référencées sur PubMed de 1973 au 31.12.2020

Auteurs : Tebani, A; Mauhin, W; Abily-Donval, L; Lidove, O; Bekri, S ; et al.

Revue : Journal of clinical medicine - ISSN : 2077-0383 - NLMID : 101606588
Date de Publication : Mai 2020
Vol. : 9 Numéro 5


Résumé : Background: Fabry disease (FD) is an X-linked progressive lysosomal disease (LD) due to glycosphingolipid metabolism impairment. Currently, plasmatic globotriaosylsphingosine (LysoGb3) is used for disease diagnosis and monitoring. However, this biomarker is inconstantly increased in mild forms and in some female patients. Materials andMethods: We applied a targeted proteomic approach to explore disease-related biological patterns that might explain the disease pathophysiology. Forty proteins, involved mainly in inflammatory and angiogenesis processes, were assessed in 69 plasma samples retrieved from the French Fabry cohort (FFABRY) and from 83 healthy subjects. For predictive performance assessment, we also included other LD samples (Gaucher, Pompe and Niemann Pick C). Results: The study yielded four discriminant proteins that include three angiogenesis proteins (fibroblast growth factor 2 (FGF2), vascular endothelial growth factor A (VEGFA), vascular endothelial growth factor C (VEGFC)) and one cytokine interleukin 7 (IL-7). A clear elevation of FGF2 and IL-7 concentrations was observed in FD compared to other LD samples. No correlation was observed between these proteins and globotriaosylsphingosine (LysoGb3). A significant correlation exists between IL-7 and residual enzyme activity in a non-classical phenotype. This highlights the orthogonal biological information yielded by these proteins that might help in stratifying Fabry patients. Conclusion: This work highlights the potential of using proteomics approaches in exploring FD and enhancing FD diagnosis and therapeutic monitoring performances.

Mots clés auteurs : /Fabry disease/Inborn errors of metabolism/lysosomal storage diseases/machine learning/proteomics/systems biology

Auteurs : Grau, L; Carretier, E; Moro, MR; Sibeoni, J; Lachal, J ; et al.

Revue : BMC psychiatry - ISSN : 1471-244X - NLMID : 100968559
Date de Publication : Novembre 2020
Vol. : 20 Numéro 1 Pages : 564


Résumé : Migrant adolescents are at a higher risk than their native-born counterparts of psychiatric disorders, and their care is a public health issue. In France, transcultural psychotherapy is a treatment provided by a group of therapists designed to meet the specific needs of these patients when usual care appears ineffective. The objective of this study was to explore the therapeutic elements at work in transcultural psychotherapy.We conducted a qualitative study crossing the perspectives of adolescents receiving transcultural psychotherapy, their parents, their first-line therapist (FLT), and the transcultural therapists. The families were chosen by purposive sampling. Data were collected during semi-structured individual (for FLTs) and group (families and transcultural therapists) interviews that explored the therapeutic elements involved and effective in transcultural psychotherapy. We used interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) to examine the data. In all, 44 participants were questioned: three adolescents (2 girls and 1 boy, all aged 18 to 21?years) and their parents (3 mothers and 1 father), three FLTs (2 child psychiatrists and 1 psychologist), and the 34 therapists participating in the three transcultural psychotherapy groups.The analysis uncovered three themes: (1) the perceived effectiveness of the group's functioning; (2) the recounting of the individual, family, and cultural history to allow for complexity and nuance; and (3) the personal investment by therapists, made possible by the group.Our results show some therapeutic elements at work in transcultural psychotherapy that enable it to meet the particular needs of some migrant adolescents that are unmet in standard therapy. Continuing to study transcultural psychotherapy and assess its effectiveness is essential for promoting and optimizing psychiatric care for migrant adolescents.

Mesh : Adolescent|Adult|Child|Female|France|Humans|Male|Parents|Perception|Psychotherapy|Transients and Migrants|Young Adult

Mots clés auteurs : /Evaluation of psychotherapy/Migrant adolescents/Qualitative research/Self-disclosure/Transcultural psychotherapy

Auteurs : Schmitz, N; Truemper, LH; Bouabdallah, K; Altmann, B; Tournilhac, O ; et al.

Revue : Blood - ISSN : 1528-0020 - NLMID : 7603509
Date de Publication : Décembre 2020


Résumé : Standard first-line therapy for younger patients with peripheral T-cell lymphoma consists of six courses of CHOP or CHOEP consolidated by high-dose therapy and autologous stem cell transplantation (AutoSCT). We hypothesized that consolidative allogeneic transplantation (AlloSCT) could improve outcome. 104 patients with nodal peripheral T-cell lymphoma except ALK+ ALCL, 18 to 60 years of age, all stages and IPI scores except stage 1 and aaIPI 0, were randomized to receive 4 x CHOEP and 1 x DHAP followed by high-dose therapy and AutoSCT or myeloablative conditioning and AlloSCT. The primary endpoint was event-free survival (EFS) at three years. After a median follow-up of 42 months, 3-year EFS of patients undergoing AlloSCT was 43% (95% confidence interval [CI]: 29%; 57%) as compared to 38% (95% CI: 25%; 52%) after AutoSCT. Overall survival at 3 years was 57% (95% CI: 43%; 71%) versus 70% (95% CI: 57%; 82%) after AlloSCT or AutoSCT, without significant differences between treatment arms. None of 21 responding patients proceeding to AlloSCT as opposed to 13 of 36 patients (36%) proceeding to AutoSCT relapsed. Eight of 26 patients (31%) and none of 41 patients died due to transplant-related toxicity after allogeneic and autologous transplantation, respectively. In younger patients with T-cell lymphoma standard chemotherapy consolidated by autologous or allogeneic transplantation results in comparable survival. The strong graft-versus-lymphoma effect after AlloSCT was counterbalanced by transplant-related mortality. CHO(E)P followed by AutoSCT remains the preferred treatment option for transplant-eligible patients. AlloSCT is the treatment of choice for relapsing patients also after AutoSCT.

Auteurs : Belkacemi, Y; Grellier, N; Ghith, S; Geara, F; Gligorov, J ; et al.

Revue : European journal of cancer (Oxford, England : 1990) - ISSN : 1879-0852 - NLMID : 9005373
Date de Publication : Août 2020
Vol. : 135 Pages : 130-146


Résumé : Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a new virus that has never been identified in humans before. COVID-19 caused at the time of writing of this article, 2.5 million cases of infections in 193 countries with 165,000 deaths, including two-third in Europe. In this context, Oncology Departments of the affected countries had to adapt quickly their health system care and establish new organizations and priorities. Thus, numerous recommendations and therapeutic options have been reported to optimize therapy delivery to patients with chronic disease and cancer. Obviously, while these cancer care recommendations are immediately applicable in Europe, they may not be applicable in certain emerging and low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). In this review, we aimed to summarize these international guidelines in accordance with cancer types, making a synthesis for daily practice to protect patients, staff and tailor anti-cancer therapy delivery taking into account patients/tumour criteria and tools availability. Thus, we will discuss their applicability in the LMICs with different organizations, limited means and different constraints.

Mesh : Betacoronavirus/pathogenicity|Coronavirus Infections/epidemiology/prevention & control/transmission/virology|Developing Countries/economics|Global Burden of Disease|Humans|Infection Control/economics/organization & administration/standards|Medical Oncology/economics/organization & administration/standards|Neoplasms/diagnosis/therapy|Pandemics/prevention & control|Pneumonia, Viral/epidemiology/prevention & control/transmission/virology|Poverty|Practice Guidelines as Topic

Mots clés auteurs : /AROME/COVID-19/Cancer/Guidelines/Health care/LMICs/Recommendations/TRONE

Auteurs : Castagné, B; Soubrier, M; Prouteau, J; Gadea, E; Vidal, M ; et al.

Revue : Medecine et maladies infectieuses - ISSN : 1769-6690 - NLMID : 311416
Date de Publication : Novembre 2020


Résumé : We compared the relapse rate at 1 year in patients with vertebral osteomyelitis with or without associated endocarditis.We conducted a retrospective cohort study. Inclusion criteria were patients hospitalized in the infectious disease, rheumatology, cardiology, cardiovascular surgery and two internal medicine units for vertebral osteomyelitis (blood culture and/or disco-vertebral biopsy) and compatible imaging, between 2014 and 2017. We compared patients with associated endocarditis (VO-EI group) and without endocarditis (VO group) using logistic regression to determine the factors associated with relapse and EI. The main outcome was the relapse rate at 1 year.Out of the 207 eligible patients, 62 were included (35 in the VO group and 27 in the VO-EI group). Four patients presented with a new VO during follow-up, one (2.86%) patient in VO group and three (11.11%) in VO-EI group (P=0.68). There were more men in the VO-EI group than in the VO group (74.07% vs. 48.57%, P=0.04), valvulopathies (13/27 vs. 8/35, P=0.06), vertebral localization (1.22±0.50 vs. 1.03±0.17, P=0.04) and septic kidney embolism (5/27 vs. 0/35, P=0.01). Control blood cultures were more often positive in the VO-EI group (12/27 vs. 8/35, P=0.04). In 45% of patients, the germ was a staphylococcus, 29% streptococci, 10% enterococci, 10% gram-negative bacillus (GNB). There were more streptococci and enterococci in the VO-EI group than in the VO group (44.44% vs. 17.14% and 18.52% vs. 8.57%, respectively). Antibiotic safety was good and comparable between groups.In a relatively small population, we did not find significantly more relapse in the endocarditis group.

Mots clés auteurs : /Antibiotics/Endocarditis/Osteomyelitis

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