Consommation des anti-inflammatoires non stéroïdiens lors de la préparation au Grand Raid 2016 à La Réunion

Publication date: Available online 19 April 2019Source: Science &SportsAuthor(s): I. Lai-Cheung-Kit, B. Lemarchand, N. Bouscaren, B.-A. GaüzèreRésuméIntroductionDepuis une dizaine d’années l’Ultra-trail® connaît une popularité sans limites. Durant ce type de compétition, les ultra-traileurs imposent régulièrement à leur corps de dépasser leurs limites physiques et mentales, raison pour laquelle ils sont parfois amenés à utiliser des anti-inflammatoires non stéroïdiens (AINS).ObjectifLe but de cette étude était de déterminer, pour la première fois, la prévalence, le type d’utilisation et le niveau de connaissance vis-à-vis des AINS parmi les Ultra-traileurs® inscrits à l’édition Grand Raid 2016 à l’Île de la Réunion (167 km ; 9700 m de dénivelé positif).Patients et méthodesEnquête épidémiologique descriptive auto-déclarative, anonymisée, de prévalence. Un questionnaire concernant l’utilisation des AINS et la connaissance d’un risque potentiel d’effet indésirable a été adressé anonymement par courriel à chacun des ultra-traileurs s’entraînant en vue d’un des Ultra-trails® au Grand Raid 2016.Résul...
Source: Science and Sports - Category: Sports Medicine Source Type: research

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