ASSOCIAÇÃO ENTRE A AVALIAÇÃO SUBJETIVA GLOBAL PRODUZIDA PELO PACIENTE E A NUTRISCORE EM PACIENTES ONCOLÓGICOS AMBULATORIAIS

DEMETRA: Alimentação, Nutrição & Saúde

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Title ASSOCIAÇÃO ENTRE A AVALIAÇÃO SUBJETIVA GLOBAL PRODUZIDA PELO PACIENTE E A NUTRISCORE EM PACIENTES ONCOLÓGICOS AMBULATORIAIS
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PATIENT GENERATED SUBJECTIVE GLOBAL ASSESSMENT AND NUTRISCORE IN AMBULATORY ONCOLOGY PATIENTS
 
Creator de Aguiar, Gisele Barbosa
Dourado, Keila Fernandes
de Andrade, Maria Izabel Siqueira
Peixoto, Manuella Italiano
de Aguiar, Claudiane Barbosa
dos Santos, Cláudia Mota
 
Subject
Cancer. Screening. Nutritional Status. Malnutrition.
Nutrição Clínica/ Ciência da Saúde
Câncer. Triagem. Estado Nutricional. Desnutrição.
 
Description Objective: Determine the association between two nutritional screening tools (NUTRISCORE and PG-SGA) for use on oncological outpatients. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted with male and female cancer patients (adults and elderly) at the Oncology Clinic of Barão de Lucena Hospital in Recife, Brazil. Data were collected on demographic, socioeconomic, lifestyle, clinical and anthropometric characteristics. Nutritional screening was performed using the patient-generated subjective global assessment (PG-SGA) and NUTRISCORE. The data were analyzed with the aid of the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS, version 13.0), with a 5% significance level (p<0.05). Results: The sample was composed of 65 patients (mean age: 58.53 ± 12.66 years). Adults and females accounted for 53.8% and 78.5% of the sample, respectively. The most common condition was breast cancer (52.3%), followed by gastrointestinal cancer (23.1%). Using NUTRISCORE and PG-SGA, the nutritional risk was detected in 41.5% and 40% of the patients, respectively. A significant association was found between PG-SGA and NUTRISCORE (p=0.001). Considering the anthropometric variables, patients with higher mean tricipital skinfold values were considered to be not at risk based on NUTRISCORE (p=0.026). Final considerations: NUTRISCORE proved to be an adequate means for the detection of nutritional status in oncological outpatients, as it was significantly associated with the gold standard (PG-SGA) and proved to be easier to apply in clinical practice.DOI: 10.12957/demetra.2019.36725
Objetivo: Verificar a associação entre as triagens de risco nutricional NUTRISCORE e ASG-PPP em pacientes oncológicos ambulatoriais. Métodos: Estudo de delineamento transversal conduzido com pacientes portadores de câncer, adultos e idosos, de ambos os sexos, atendidos no Ambulatório de Oncologia do Hospital Barão de Lucena, Recife-PE. Foram obtidos dados referentes às variáveis demográficas, socioeconômicas, de estilo de vida, clínicas, antropométricas, e as triagens nutricionais ASG-PPP e NUTRISCORE. Os dados foram analisados no programa Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) versão 13.0, e adotou-se significância estatística o valor de p<0,05. Resultados: A amostra incluiu 65 pacientes com idade média entre 58,53 ± 12,66 anos, dos quais 53,8% eram adultos e 78,5% do sexo feminino. A neoplasia mais observada foi a de mama (52,3%), seguida das gastrointestinais (23,1%). Tratando-se das triagens nutricionais aplicadas, a NUTRISCORE identificou 41,5% dos pacientes com risco nutricional; já a ASG-PPP detectou 40%. Houve associação estatisticamente significante da ASG-PPP com a NUTRISCORE (p=0,001). Considerando-se a média das variáveis antropométricas com o instrumento de triagem NUTRISCORE, o estudo revelou que pacientes com médias elevadas da prega cutânea tricipital evidenciaram ausência de risco nutricional pela NUTRISCORE (p=0,026). Considerações finais: A NUTRISCORE demonstrou ser um método interessante na detecção do estado nutricional de pacientes oncológicos em ambulatório, uma vez que se associou com a ASG-PPP (padrão ouro), além de ser de mais fácil aplicação na prática clínica.DOI: 10.12957/demetra.2019.36725 
 
Publisher Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
 
Contributor

 
Date 2019-06-27
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion


 
Format application/pdf
application/pdf
 
Identifier https://www.e-publicacoes.uerj.br/index.php/demetra/article/view/36725
10.12957/demetra.2019.36725
 
Source DEMETRA: Food, Nutrition & Health; v. 14 (2019); e36725
DEMETRA: Alimentación, Nutrición & Salud; v. 14 (2019); e36725
DEMETRA: Alimentação, Nutrição & Saúde; v. 14 (2019); e36725
2238-913X
 
Language por
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