Monthly Archives: February 2019

(Français) Syndromes Grippaux : données générales du réseau Sentinelles de l’Inserm

(Français) Les médecins Sentinelles surveillent le nombre de cas de syndromes grippaux vus en consultation (définis par une fièvre supérieure à 39°C, d’apparition brutale, accompagnée de myalgies et de signes respiratoires). Concernant la surveillance clinique : en France métropolitaine, la semaine dernière, le taux d’incidence des cas de syndromes grippaux vus en consultation de médecine générale a été estimé à 295 cas pour 100 000 habitants, en baisse par rapport à la semaine précédente.

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Thursday 28th February 2019

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Thursday 21th February 2019

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Behind a Rare Disease: A Gut Sensitive to the Cold and Intolerant of its Own Bacteria

A mechanism of tolerance towards intestinal flora is thought to be implicated in the onset of a rare familial autoinflammatory disease induced by cold temperatures. This is the finding of researchers from the Center for Infection and Immunity of Lille (Inserm/Université de Lille/CNRS/University Hospital Lille/Institut Pasteur de Lille), the Pathophysiology of Pediatric Genetic Diseases laboratory (Inserm/Sorbonne Université) and the Department of Immunology at the University of Hohenheim. Their research, published in Nature Communications, reveals the implication in its onset of an exacerbated inflammatory response against the gut flora, making for a more effective immune response against certain pathogens.

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Thursday 21th February 2019

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Expertise caregivers helps improve patient diagnosis in altered state of consciousness

Hospital teams Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital AP-HP, Inserm and the Institute of the brain and spinal cord – AP-HP / CNRS / Inserm / University-Sorbonne showed appreciation caregivers (nurses and nursing auxiliaries) for the state of consciousness of patients represented a real added value to medical and electrophysiological exams and conventional brain imaging diagnostics.

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(Français) Lundi 25 février 2019

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Friday 22nd February 2019

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Syndrome Temple and Silver Russell understanding of epigenetic mechanisms regulating fetal growth

A team Sorbonne / AP-HP / Inserm, led by Professor Irene Netchine, physiology professor at Sorbonne University and pediatrician at the Hospital Armand Trousseau AP-HP, studied the molecular mechanisms of the clinical similarity between syndrome Temple and Russell Silver syndrome. Their study, published in Science Advances , highlights the importance of gene network concept “imprinted” in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with these rare syndromes.

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Thursday 21th February 2019

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