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The main purpose is to study, in comparison to classic Home Nursing Care Services (SSIAD), the effect of reinforced Home Nursing Care Services (SSIAD) on the occurrence of hospitalizations
It's a non-interventional, multi-centred, controlled study.
Inclusions will start with patients benefit from a so-called "reinforced" bed in the experimental Home Nursing Care Services (SSIAD), that is, with a score between 11 and 21 on the regional public health authorities (ARS) score. Patients from the classic Home Nursing Care Services SSIAD (control arm) will be inclused on a matching mode to the individual clinical profiles of patients recruited into the reinforced Home Nursing Care Services (SSIAD). Matching will be based on age, sex, and comorbidity score (Charlson scale). Screening for matching will be done by a geriatric physician appointed by the sponsor. Once screened in, patients will be proposed the study by the Home Nursing Care Services SSIAD lead investigator who provides home care. Patients in the control arm will also express no opposition. For each patient accepting the study, their family caregiver - if there is one - will also be proposed the study. Various data: Prescription medicinal, reason and duration of hospitalization, number and reason for emergency department presentations, independence and dependency scores and other scales will be collected retrospectively, at inlcusion (J0) , then monthly (M1 to M12).
Polypathological Patient Having Obtained a Place in Home Nursing Care Services SSIAD by Medical Prescription
SSIAD SAPA, 139 Boulevard Saint-Denis
Not yet recruiting
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-06-26T04:31:16-0400
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