Dupouy et al., Annals of Family Medicine, 2017
- Titre: Mortality Associated With Time in and Out of Buprenorphine Treatment in French Office-Based General Practice: A 7-Year Cohort Study
- Auteurs : J. Dupouy, A. Palmaro, M. Fatséas, M. Auriacombe, J. Micallef, S. Oustric, M. Lapeyre-Mestre
- Revue : Annals of Family Medicine (2017)
- Résumé : In France, most cases of opioid use disorder are treated with buprenorphine by general practitioners in private practice. Using reimbursement data of a representative sample of the French population, Echantillon Generaliste des Beneficiaires, we investigated mortality during periods when patients were in and out of treatment in a cohort of 713 new users of buprenorphine having a mean (SD) followup of 4.5 (1.5) years. The mortality rate was 0.63 per 100 person-years (95% CI, 0.40-0.85) overall. In a multivariate Cox regression model, compared with being in treatment, being out of treatment was associated with a markedly increased risk of death (hazard ratio = 29.04; 95% CI, 10.04-83.99). Buprenorphine appears to be a strong protective factor against mortality.
- Référence : Ann Fam Med 2017;15:355-358. https://doi.org/10.1370/afm.2098.
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