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Fatigue: sources and notes

Author: Dr. Nicolas Evrard
Last updated: Dr. Romain Boutonné, October 23, 2017

Sources:

- Hatron PY., Asthenia Fatigue, ed. Elsevier / Masson, 2006.

- APSSAP, Fatigue and Work: understanding for better action, informative brochure.

- Ameli.fr: Asthenia (fatigue): the medical consultation and the treatment (2017) Cathébras P, Toinon M. Asthenia: conduct to hold. Review Prat Med Gen 2012; 26: 111-6.

- Magnette C, Gérard B. The complaint fatigue in general medicine: recommendations of good practices. Scientific society of general medicine, Brussels, 2005.

- Horn B. Fatigue. Forum Med Switzerland 2002; 45: 1074-9.

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