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E4N - Epidemiological Study Concerning The Children of E3N Women

Head : Severi Gianluca, Inserm - CESP, Team "Health across Generations"

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Last update : 12/17/2020

E4N - Epidemiological Study Concerning The Children of E3N Women

Head : Severi Gianluca, Inserm - CESP, Team "Health across Generations"

Main objective

The familial E3N-E4N study purpose is to study health in relation to the modern way of life in people of the same family over three generations.

The E4N study aims to extend the E3N study by following the descendants of women who participated in the E3N study. The objective is to better understand the onset of major diseases, from genetics, family environment and the environment outside the family.

As well as gathering a large amount of prospective epidemiological data, E4N cohort permit the collection of important information concerning phenotypes and genetics.

Inclusion criteria

Women included in the E3N cohort (G1),
Fathers of E3N women's children (G1)
Sons and daughters of E3N women (G2),
Grandchildren of E3N women (G3).

TEMPO - Epidemiological trajectories in the population

Head : Maria Melchior, UMRS 1136 - Equipe de recherche en épidémiologie sociale (ERES)

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Last update : 01/12/2021

TEMPO - Epidemiological trajectories in the population

Head : Maria Melchior, UMRS 1136 - Equipe de recherche en épidémiologie sociale (ERES)

Main objective

General objective: study social health inequalities in mental health and addictive behaviors in young adults, accounting for individual and family characteristics.
Secondary objective: study health and health behaviours in young adults linked to their social, professional and family conditions.

In the context of the data collection in 2020, during the Covid-19 pandemic: analysis of the epidemic and lockdown consequences on mental health and addictive behaviours considering prior mental health and addictive behaviours and the evolution of economic and professional conditions during lockdown.

Inclusion criteria

Young adults (22-35 years old in 2009), with one of the parents participating to the GAZEL cohort

E3N Study - The French E3N Prospective Cohort Study

Head : Severi Gianluca, Inserm - Centre de Recherche en Epidémiologie et Santé des Populations (CESP) - Team Exposome and Heredity
Boutron-Ruault Marie-Christine, Inserm - Centre de Recherche en Epidémiologie et Santé des Populations (CESP) - Team Exposome and Heredity

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Last update : 12/17/2020

E3N Study - The French E3N Prospective Cohort Study

Head : Severi Gianluca, Inserm - Centre de Recherche en Epidémiologie et Santé des Populations (CESP) - Team Exposome and Heredity
Boutron-Ruault Marie-Christine, Inserm - Centre de Recherche en Epidémiologie et Santé des Populations (CESP) - Team Exposome and Heredity

Main objective

Detecting risk factors of cancer and chronic pathologies in women

Inclusion criteria

Women born between 1925 and 1950 and affiliated with MGEN (Mutuelle Générale de l'Education nationale)

BBCovid - Nasal and Salivary Detection of the SARS-CoV-2 Virus After Antiviral Mouthrinses

Head : CARROUEL Florence, Laboratory "Systemic Health Course", EA4129

Version 1
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Last update : 01/06/2021

BBCovid - Nasal and Salivary Detection of the SARS-CoV-2 Virus After Antiviral Mouthrinses

Head : CARROUEL Florence, Laboratory "Systemic Health Course", EA4129

Main objective

Change from Baseline amount of SARS-CoV-2 in salivary samples at 7 days
Quantitative PCR experiments will be performed and a quantitative analysis of the salivary samples will be made

Inclusion criteria

• Age: 18-70 years
• Clinical diagnosis of Covid-19 infection by the patient's general practitioner and hospital doctor
• Clinical signs started less than 48 hours ago.
• Virological confirmation: not necessary but possible.
• Understanding and acceptance of the trial.
• Written agreement to participate in the trial

COVISAL - Comparison of results, feasibility and acceptability of molecular detection of CoV2-SARS between nasopharyngeal swab samples collected in virological transport media and salivary spit samples

Head : DEMAR Magalie, university laboratory

Version 1
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Last update : 01/12/2021

COVISAL - Comparison of results, feasibility and acceptability of molecular detection of CoV2-SARS between nasopharyngeal swab samples collected in virological transport media and salivary spit samples

Head : DEMAR Magalie, university laboratory

Main objective

Comparison of the results obtained by the molecular detection of SARS-CoV2 in the 2 types of samples: nasopharyngeal swab taken from the virological transport medium and salivary spit.

Inclusion criteria

Patient presenting to Cayenne Hospital with an indication to perform a COVID diagnostic test (symptomatology, contact case)
Men and women from 3 years to over 75 years old

ACICOVID - Cardiac Arrest Incidence and Outcome Among Patients With COVID-19 in French ICUs

Head : CHELLY Jonathan

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Last update : 12/07/2020

ACICOVID - Cardiac Arrest Incidence and Outcome Among Patients With COVID-19 in French ICUs

Head : CHELLY Jonathan

Main objective

To report the incidence of Intensive Care Unit Cardiac Arrest (ICUCA) among patients hospitalized in French Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for COVID-19.
To report morbidity and mortality among COVID-19 patients admitted alive in ICU for an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) or an in-hospital cardiac arrest (IHCA).

Inclusion criteria

• Patients admitted in intensive care unit with a documented SARS-CoV-2
disease
• For an out-of-hospital or an in-hospital cardiac arrest
• Or an in-hospital cardiac arrest
• Or presenting an unexpected in-intensive care unit cardiac arrest

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