Official Title
Evolution of Maxillofacial Trauma Activity During COVID-19 Containment Measures: a French Multicentric Comparative Observational Study
Brief Summary

The COVID-19 global pandemic has led to a major professional and social national reorganization: professional because it involves a redeployment of medical staff and material resources, and social because it imposes prolonged containment measures on an entire population. The maxillofacial trauma activity is mainly linked to sports or leisure accidents, fights and road accidents. It seems to appear since the beginning of containment measures a significant drop in maxillofacial trauma activity at the national level, which, if it is demonstrated in a significant way in several French hospital centers, would allow to redeploy the material and human resources related to this activity on sectors in tension due to the pandemic.

Detailed Description

This study will compare maxillo-facial activity during the first month of COVID-19 containment measures in France with a comparable period in 2018 and 2019. This comparison will be made in 10 major French hospital centers.

Active, not recruiting
Maxillofacial Injuries
Skull Fractures
COVID-19

Procedure: Facial fractures reduction or osteosynthesis
Facial fractures reduction or osteosynthesis
Comparative patients
contained patients

Eligibility Criteria

Inclusion criteria:

- Maxillo-facial fracture

- Requiring

- Trauma that occured between March 16 and April 15, 2020 or 2018 or 2019

- All ages

Exclusion criteria:

- Patients who refused the collection of their data

Eligibility Gender
All
Countries
France

Marie de BOUTRAY, PH
Study Director
UH MONTPELLIER

University Hospital, Montpellier
Unités de CMF des CHU de Paris (Dr Davrou - Pitié salpetrière)
Amiens (Dr Dapke)
Nantes (Pr Corre)
Toulouse (Pr Lauwers - Purpan)
Marseille (Dr Foletti – La conception)
Nice (Dr Savoldelli)
Clermont Ferrand (Dr Sesque)
Perpignan (Dr Llobet)
Lyon (Dr Bourlet – Croix Rousse)
NCT Number
Keywords
Pandemics
Maxillofacial fractures
Facial trauma
Containment
Quarenteen
outbreak
MeSH Terms
Maxillofacial Injuries
Skull Fractures