Publications

Life Care Planning

LCP-2013

Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 24 (2013) 539–551
Clinics Review Articles
Editeurs: Michel Lacerte, Cloie B. Johnson
Editeur consultant: Gregory T. Carter

Life expectancy determination: P. Vachon and F. Sestier

Life expectancy is defined as the expected number of years left to be lived for a given person or group of people. Determining life expectancy (ie, estimating the remaining lifespan of an individual) is sometimes necessary to properly adjudicate a legal dispute. The question of life expectancy often arises when there is a need to quantify periodic payments for damages over the rest of the life of an injured or aggrieved party or when the valuation of a pension or lifelong annuity is in question (in a case of divorce, for instance). When such a case arises, the life expectancy expert will be required to perform the calculations. The expert will need to synthetize pertinent medical information and reach an opinion grounded in scientific principles and a fair application to the facts at hand. These calculations should then be presented in a clear and precise manner.

(Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am 24 (2013) 539–551)

Mitral Valve Replacement and Long-Term Prognosis

Abdelouahed Naslafkih, MD, MSc,a,
François Sestier, MD, PhD, FACC,
Abdelnour Khoury, MD, MSc
https://www.webdepot.umontreal.ca/Usagers/sestief/MonDepotPrive/mae/fr/Mitral_Valve_Replacement.pdf

Aortic Valve Replacement and Long_Term Prognosis

Jounal of insurance Medicine, 2006

Abdelouahed Naslafkih, MD, MSc,a,
François Sestier, MD, PhD, FACC,
Jean-Marc Fix, FSA,
Abdelnour Khoury, MD, MSc

https://www.webdepot.umontreal.ca/Usagers/sestief/MonDepotPrive/mae/fr/Aortic_Valve.pdf

Expected Versus Observed Survival in 3 Large Population Studies With HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors

Abdelouahed Naslafkih, MD, MSc,a
and François Sestier, MD, PhD, FACC

Cardiology Research, CHUM-Hôpital Notre-Dame
(Dr Naslafkih), 1560 Sherbrooke St, East, Montreal (QC)
H2L 4M1, Canada; Department of Nutrition and
Medicine
(Dr Sestier), University of Montreal, Montreal,
Quebec, Canada
http://www.mae.umontreal.ca/documents/expected.pdf

A Quicker Method for Calculating Mortality Ratios Based on Survival Rates in Clinical Trials and Other Follow-up Studies

Journal of Insurance Medicine: Vol. 33, No. 4, pp. 339–348.
Abdelouahed Naslafkih, MD, MSc,a
and François Sestier, MD, PhD, FACC

University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada (Mr
Naslafkih); Research Centre, Notre-Dame Hospital,
CHUM, and Faculty of Medicine, University of Montreal,
CP 6128 Succ. Centreville, Montreal, QC H3C 3J7,
Canada (Dr Sestier)
http://www.mae.umontreal.ca/documents/mortality.pdf

All Dr. Sestier publications

Cardiology publications:

Publications Google scholar

Life expectancy publications

Insurance Medicine and Life expectancy calculation

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