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Parismus is the international student association of Sorbonne University

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Parismus is the international student association of Sorbonne University.

Bringing together 10 institutions that offer studies in literature, medicine, science, engineering, technology and management, our alliance fosters a global approach to teaching and research, promoting access to knowledge for all.

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In a changing world, Sorbonne University has joined forces with five universities: Charles University in Prague, the University of Warsaw, Heidelberg University, the University of Milan and the University of Copenhagen to create the 4EU+ Alliance.

With an innovative model of the European university, six large research-intensive universities are working together to respond to the educational and research challenges facing Europe today.

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  • Médecine

DREPS – Sickle cell disease : Paris Research Group – Sorbonne University

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  • Clinical Research Groups

Sickle cell disease is a genetic disorder of hemoglobin leading to anemia by destruction of red blood cells and to microcirculatory dysfunction. It is very common in sub-Saharan Africa, the Maghreb and India, but is also the most common genetic disorder among newborns in France. It causes acute complications (acute painful episode, acute chest syndrome, infections, vascular events) and progressive target organ damage (kidney, heart, brain…).

The sickle cell center of the Tenon Hospital coordinates the multidisciplinary care of over 1,000 adult patients. Research within the center adresses two main areas:

  1. History of chronic complications over the lifetime.
  2. Analysis of the clinincal care pathways, with a focus on emergency visits and hospitalizations.

Director : François Lionnet

Life expectancy of sickle cell patients has dramatically increased thanks to the successful management of severe acute complications. Sickle cell disease is now a chronic disease, and progressive kidney and heart dysfunction has become the prime factor determining life expectancy. Systematic patient follow-up data allows to better understand the natural history of these complications and the factors that determine it. Subgroups at risk may require more frequent monitoring and a stronger focus on preventive interventions.

Director : Olivier Steichen

Acute painful episodes impair the quality of life of sickle cell patients, leading to emergency department visits and subsequent hospitalizations. The use of emergency care varies from one patient to another and for the same patient over time. Hospital and national administrative databases can be used to characterize the patterns of health care use related to sickle cell disease, their frequency and the factors that determine it. Some of these factors, such as psychiatric comorbidities, may benefit from specific interventions to improve patient outcomes.

Direction

  • Olivier Steichen

co-direction

  • François Lionnet
  • Tél. : +33 1 56 01 67 91
  • francois.lionnet@aphp.fr

Coordonnées

Adresse physique

Centre de la drépanocytose Service de médecine interne, Hôpital Tenon, 4 rue de la Chine
75020 Paris

Hopital Tenon
Hopital Tenon