Analysis of the Relationship Between Early Postoperative Anemia and the Evolution of Autonomy at 6 Months in Patients 75 Years of Age and Older Operated on Following a Fracture of the Upper End of the Femur (PAAF)
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Fracture of the upper extremity of the femur is a condition whose frequency increases with age. It is a serious disease, with multiple consequences such as a decrease in life expectancy, quality of life and patient autonomy. In this observational study, the investigators wish to evaluate the evolution of the autonomy of very elderly patients operated on for an upper extremity femur fracture as a function of early post-operative anemia.
Analysis of the Relationship Between Early Postoperative Anemia and the Evolution of Autonomy at 6 Months in Patients 75 Years of Age and Older Operated on Following a Fracture of the Upper End of the Femur
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Ages Eligible for Study:
75 Years and older (Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
This study is intended for patients over 75 years of age who have had a fracture of the upper extremity of the femur operated on (which was treated in the Emergency Department of the Centre Hospitalier Départemental de Vendée).
Age ≥ 75 years
Patient operated on a fracture of the upper extremity of the femur (treatment in the emergency room of the CHD Vendée)
Patient, family or close relative who does not object to participation in the study
Patient affiliated to a social security system
Patient who can be monitored as part of the protocol
Refusal to participate in the study (patient, family or trusted relative)
Patient with support on the operated limb not authorized by the surgeon
Patient with an associated fracture (polytrauma, concomitant trauma to the upper limb...)
Patient deprived of liberty
Patient not affiliated to a social security system