PREVENCIÓN DE LINFEDEMA SECUNDARIO AL TRATAMIENTO DE CÁNCER DE MAMA. REVISIÓN DE LA EVIDENCIA CIENTÍFICA

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  • Dra. Vanessa Uclés Villalobos
  • Dra. María Paloma de la Paz Román

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54376/rcmui.v1i1.111

Palabras clave:

linfedema, prevención, mastectomía, cáncer de mama, ejercicio terapéutico, compresión, rehabilitación

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RESUMEN

Introducción: El linfedema es una de las complicaciones más frecuentes y devastadoras en los sobrevivientes al cáncer de mama, pero prevenible, por lo que es fundamental trabajar en esa dirección. Materiales y métodos: Se realizó una revisión exhaustiva de la literatura mediante la búsqueda bibliográfica en las bases de datos de Google scholar, PubMedMedline y EMBASE. Se estudiaron 37 artículos de los cuales 20 fueron los más relevantes. Resultados: Existen muchos mitos relacionados a factores de riesgo que podrían relacionarse con desarrollar linfedema, a pesar de la evidencia sobre los que realmente representan un riesgo.

Conclusiones: Lo más importante es la intervención integral, con énfasis en las estrategias dirigidas a la prevención del linfedema, basadas en la educación individualizada y la evidencia científica.

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14-02-2022

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Uclés Villalobos , V., & de la Paz Román, M. P. (2022). PREVENCIÓN DE LINFEDEMA SECUNDARIO AL TRATAMIENTO DE CÁNCER DE MAMA. REVISIÓN DE LA EVIDENCIA CIENTÍFICA. Revista De La Facultad De Medicina De La Universidad De lberoamérica, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.54376/rcmui.v1i1.111

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