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[Emergency situations concerning eating disorders].

La Revue du Praticien 2008 January 32
Patients with eating disorders often require long and multidisciplinary therapeutic care of various types. The cornerstone of this care is still the care contract. Due to its preparation and development, it allows to offset the two extreme situations, which are the denial of massive problems and the need for immediate care, and to fully invest in the therapeutic project. Emergency care is, nevertheless, sometimes necessary in response to a severe physical or psychological situation, or in case of a family crisis. When a life is at risk, emergency hospitalization is a must. In this way, hospitalization requested by a third party must remain an exception.

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