Our work around Lyme disease was presented, in poster format, at the Journées Nationales d’Infectiologie in Montpellier last September.
Lyme disease is the most common vector-borne disease in France – its #diagnosis sometimes leads to medical wanderings for patients and a significant cost for the #healthcare system.
This study “Cost-Effectiveness Report of a Multidisciplinary Management of Suspected Lyme Borreliosis” was conducted with the research team of the Centre Hospitalier Intercommunal de Villeneuve-Saint-Georges :
Cohort of 440 patients managed between 2017 and 2020 for suspected Lyme Borreliosis
Health data from patient records and PMSI data.
Dr Alice Raffetin | Dr Steve Nguala | Dr Julien Schemoul | Gaël Beltrémieux | Samuel Kerr | Noémie Salaün-Penque
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