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dc.contributor.advisorÁlvarez Jiménez, Jarib
dc.contributor.advisorIglesias Acosta, Jesús
dc.coverage.spatialBarranquillaspa
dc.creatorCalderon Pacheco, Luis Miguel
dc.creatorSaldarriaga Pedroza, Luis Guillermo
dc.date.accessioned2020-01-14T15:06:42Z
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dc.date.created2018
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10901/17732
dc.description.abstractEstadísticamente la colecistectomia es el segundo procedimiento quirúrgico abdominal de urgencia mas realizado en todos los hospitales del mundo y el primero en el ambiente de la cirugía programada; conociendo estos datos, se diseño un protocolo Fast-Track Surgery con el fin de brindarle al paciente una recuperación mas rápida y oportuna, una reincorporación temprana a sus actividades y la descongestión de los servicios de hospitalización de la instituciones de salud. Cuando se mide el resultado final de una cirugía, habitualmente se analizan la morbilidad, la mortalidad, la estancia hospitalaria, el período total de reposo antes de volver al trabajo o a la actividad habitual previa, entre otros indicadores. Pues bien, estos parámetros se relacionan con la técnica quirúrgica, con la cantidad de pacientes atendidos en un determinado hospital para un procedimiento específico y con los procesos que utiliza cada institución; todo ello está modificándose de modo vertiginoso. Muchos de los procedimientos hoy se efectúan por la vía de la cirugía mínimamente invasiva y, por otro lado, la derivación de pacientes, ha hecho que ciertos centros adquieran más experiencia seguridad en sus prácticas, obteniendo mejores resultados. La aplicación del protocolo Fast-Track Surgery o rehabilitación multimodal en pacientes candidatos a cirugía de vesícula biliar por colecistitis Tokio I mejoraría los resultados con respecto a estancia hospitalaria, manejo del dolor posquirúrgico y satisfacción del paciente con relación a los obtenidos con los protocolos regulares? Haciendonos esta pregunta, desarrollamos un protocolo que evalua la que abarca los periodos prequirurgico, transquirurgico y postquirurgico donde se instauran medidas comunes para la recuperacion del los pacientes en un tiempo promedio de 6 horas al terminar el procedimiento quirurgico para asi orientar un egreso temprano y mejorar asi los servicios de salud en cuanto a la disponibilidad del servicio.spa
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dc.sourceinstname:Universidad Librespa
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional Unilibrespa
dc.subjectProtocolo Fast-Track Surgeryspa
dc.subjectColecistectomiaspa
dc.subjectLaparoscopiaspa
dc.subjectCirugía de la vesícula biliarspa
dc.subjectCirugía ambulatoriaspa
dc.titleTiempo de hospitalizacion según protocolo Fast Track en colecistitis Tokio I informe preliminarspa
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dc.description.abstractenglishStatistically, cholecystectomy is the second most urgent abdominal surgical procedure in all hospitals in the world and the first in the environment of scheduled surgery; Knowing these data, a Fast-Track Surgery protocol was designed in order to provide the patient with a faster and more timely recovery, an early return to their activities and the decongestion of hospitalization services of health institutions. When measuring the final result of surgery, morbidity, mortality, hospital stay, the total rest period before returning to work or previous usual activity, among other indicators, are usually analyzed. Well, these parameters are related to the surgical technique, with the number of patients treated in a given hospital for a specific procedure and with the processes used by each institution; All this is changing in a dizzying way. Many of the procedures are performed today through minimally invasive surgery and, on the other hand, the referral of patients, has made certain centers gain more experience in their practices, obtaining better results. The application of the Fast-Track Surgery protocol or multimodal rehabilitation in patients candidates for gallbladder surgery for cholecystitis Tokyo I would improve the results regarding hospital stay, post-surgical pain management and patient satisfaction in relation to those obtained with regular protocols? By asking ourselves this question, we developed a protocol that evaluates the one that covers the pre-surgical, trans-surgical and post-surgical periods where common measures are established for the recovery of patients in an average time of 6 hours at the end of the surgical procedure to guide an early discharge and improve thus the health services regarding the availability of the service.spa
dc.subject.subjectenglishFast-Track Surgery Protocolspa
dc.subject.subjectenglishCholecystectomyspa
dc.subject.subjectenglishGallbladder Surgeryspa
dc.subject.subjectenglishAmbulatory surgeryspa
dc.subject.subjectenglishLaparoscopyspa
dc.subject.lembColecistectomia laparoscópicaspa
dc.subject.lembCirugía de la vesícula biliarspa
dc.subject.lembCirugía ambulatoriaspa
dc.type.localTesis de Especializaciónspa
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