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Título : Participación de los pacientes con amputación del miembro inferior en la elaboración de una guía de práctica clínica en Colombia
Otros títulos : Participation of patients with lower limb amputation In the development of a clinical practice guide in Colombia
Autor : Posada Borrero, Ana Maria
Plata Contreras, Jesús Alberto
Lugo Agudelo, Luz Helena
metadata.dc.subject.*: Amputación
Guía de Práctica Clínica
Miembros Artificiales
Pacientes
Rehabilitación
Fecha de publicación : 2016
Editorial : Universidad de Antioquia, Facultad de Medicina
Citación : Posada Borrero AM, Plata Contreras JA, Lugo Agudelo LH. Participación de los pacientes con amputación del miembro inferior en la elaboración de una guía de práctica clínica en Colombia. Iatreia. 2016 Oct; 29(4s2): s96-s109.
Resumen : Background: Involving the patient in the development of a Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) is important. The purpose of this study was to identify the priorities and preferences of patients in surgical and rehabilitation interventions of lower limb amputation. Methods: Cross-sectional study in which people with lower limb amputation defined their priorities on three categories: complications, activities and prosthetic fitting, using the GRADE methodology. Also, we evaluated their preferences in the questions with more uncertainty during the development of the CPG. Results: 41 subjects were involved, 51 % were men, and the median age was 51 years. The most common cause of amputation was trauma and the transfemoral level was the most frequent. The worst complication rated by the patients was the infection of the stump (32 %), the most important activity was to walk (51 %) and the ease of donning and doffing the prosthesis was the main aspect affecting prosthetic fitting (37 %). In the evaluation of the preferences, patients answered to seven of the forty questions included in the CPG. All data were presented to the guideline’s developing group before defining the recommendations. Conclusion: We identified patients’ preferences in different interventions after a lower limb amputation.
ISSN : 01210793
20117965
Aparece en las colecciones: Instituto de Investigaciones Médicas

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