Diagnostic Profiles Determined by the c.a.r.t Procedure: ibd Patients and Fatigue.

Abstract : Fatigue is common in IBD. It remains a complex phenomenon with primary factors related to the disease and secondary factors (depression, anxiety, sleep disturbances, pain) whose respective importance and organization are difficult to determine. By using the C.A.R.T. procedure, the diagnostic variables of 108 IBD-related fatigue patients were determined globally, according to their sex and the clinical activity of their disease. Results underline the diversity of diagnostic profiles in which psychological variables have significant influence. It is important to consider fatigue according to profiles that best illustrate its complexity and allow for identifying better potentially remediable factors.
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Ingrid Banovic, Daniel Gilibert, Ahmed Jebrane, Jacques Cosnes. Diagnostic Profiles Determined by the c.a.r.t Procedure: ibd Patients and Fatigue.. Journal of Health Psychology, SAGE Publications, 2011, 17 (4), pp.500-508. ⟨10.1177/1359105311419268⟩. ⟨hal-00692472⟩

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