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De nouvelles données mettent en évidence le fardeau considérable que représente la nycturie
Date:3/17/2013

>Une baisse de 24 % de la productivité au travail a été observée chez les patients nycturiques.  Il s'agit d'un chiffre plus élevé que celui rapporté pour l'hyperactivité vésicale (10-12 %)[4] et comparable à ceux d'autres maladies chroniques non urologiques telles que le RGO (25 %),[5] l'asthme sévère (21 %),[6] la BPCO (19 %)[7] et la constipation (34 %)[8]. De plus, la capacité des patients à exercer des activités dans la journée a été réduite de 34 %.[1]

Philip Van Kerrebroeck , MD, PhD, université de Maastricht a commenté les résultats de cette étude en déclarant : « La nycturie est un problème commun qui affecte environ un tiers des adultes, mais son fardeau est sous-estimé et souvent considéré comme étant moins grave que d'autres maladies chroniques en termes de qualité de vie et de coût pour la société.  Ces données montrent que tout comme d'autres maladies, la nycturie a un impact négatif sur  le sommeil, les performances dans la journée et la productivité au travail. Les patients qui en souffrent doivent consulter pour traiter spécifiquement cette maladie invalidante. »

La deuxième série de données présentées à l'EAU consistait en une analyse de données subjectives, rapportées par des patients, sur les symptômes qu'ils considèrent comme étant les plus gênants.  Les nombreux effets négatifs sur la qualité de vie associés à la nycturie avaient déjà été documentés, mais aucune étude jusque-là n'avait demandé aux patients d'expliquer pourquoi cette affe
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