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Douleur et Analgésie

, Volume 16, Issue 2, pp 105–110 | Cite as

Relation sommeil-douleur: Que peuvent nous apprendre les patients hospitalisés pour des brûlures?

  • I. Raymond
  • M. Choinière
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Résumé

La majorité des études portant sur les interrelations entre la douleur et le sommeil ont été effectuées auprès de populations souffrant de douleur chronique ou chez des sujets sains exposés à des stimulations douloureuses. Très peu d'études ont évalué l'influence de la douleur aiguë suite à un traumatisme sur le sommeil et vice versa. Cette revue porte sur les interrelations entre la qualité du sommeil et l'intensité de la douleur chez les patients hospitalisés suite à des brûlures corporelles accidentelles. Après avoir décrit les problèmes de douleur engendrés par des brûlures sévères, la nature des perturbations de sommeil observées au sein de cette population particulièrement souffrante est discutée. A la lumière des quelques études sur le sujet, il ressort que la douleur semble être un facteur important dans l'apparition et la persistance des perturbations de sommeil chez des patients hospitalisés pour des brûlures. De plus, la qualité du sommeil semble aussi affecter l'intensité des douleurs ressenties chez ces patients.

Mots-clés

Qualité du sommeil douleur brûlures hospitalisation 

Summary

Most research investigating interrelationships etween pain and sleep have focused their attention on either chronic pain patients or healthy volunteers exposed to experimental pain stimulation. Very few studies have evaluated the influence of acute pain on sleep or vice versa. This review paper focuses on interrelationships between quality of sleep and pain intensity in hospitalized burn patients. We first present a description of numerous problems brought on by severe burns, followed by a discussion on the nature of sleep disturbances observed in this particularly suffering population. In light of the few existing studies, it appears that pain is an important factor in the occurrence and persistence of sleep disturbances in hospitalized burn patients. Moreover, quality of sleep seems to affect the intensity of pain reported by these patients.

Key-words

Quality of sleep burn pain hospitalization 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Centre des Grands-BrûlésHôtel-Dieu du Centre Hospitalier de l'Université de MontréalMontréalCanada
  2. 2.Département d'anesthésiologie, Faculté de MédecineUniversité de MontréalMontréalCanada

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