Nursing Interventions for Symptom Management in People with Cancer

Revista Colombiana de Enfermería

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Title Nursing Interventions for Symptom Management in People with Cancer
Intervenciones de enfermería para el manejo de síntomas en personas con cáncer
Intervenções de enfermagem para o tratamento de sintomas em pessoas com câncer
 
Creator Franco, Oscar Yesid
Carrillo, Gloria Mabel
 
Subject revisión sistemática
signos y síntomas
evaluación de eficacia-efectividad de intervenciones
enfermería oncológica
 
Description Objective: To describe nursing interventions for symptom management in adults with cancer receiving curative treatment. Method: Scoping review. Using Health Sciences Descriptors, a search in the Cochrane, PubMed, and Virtual Health Library (VHL) databases, in English and Spanish, was carried out in the period 2013-2020. Results: After the processes of search, analysis, and critical evaluation of the literature, seventeen publications (n = 17) made up the sample. The study’s research pieces were grouped into four categories: interventions that use information and communication technologies, personalized interventions adapted to the individual, complementary medicine, and interventions carried out at the time of treatment. Conclusion: Nursing interventions are an important tool for proper symptom management. There are several types of intervention and different mechanisms for implementing them that facilitate the management of various symptoms, decrease the overall symptom burden and foster symptom self-management.
Objetivo: describir las intervenciones de enfermería para el manejo de los síntomas en adultos con cáncer en tratamiento de intención curativa. Métodos: revisión de alcance; con el uso de descriptores en ciencias de la salud, se adelantó una búsqueda en las bases de datos Cochrane, PubMed y Biblioteca Virtual en Salud (BVS) en idiomas inglés y español en el periodo 2013-2020. Resultados: tras el proceso de búsqueda, análisis y evaluación crítica de la literatura, diecisiete publicaciones (n = 17) conformaron la muestra. Las piezas investigativas del estudio fueron agrupadas en cuatro categorías: intervenciones con el uso de tecnologías de la información y la comunicación, intervenciones personalizadas y adaptadas al individuo, medicina complementaria e intervenciones realizadas en el momento del tratamiento. Conclusión: las intervenciones de enfermería constituyen una importante herramienta para el adecuado manejo de síntomas. Existen varios tipos de intervención y diferentes mecanismos para su ejecución que facilitan el manejo de diversos síntomas, disminuyen la carga general del síntoma y fomentan el automanejo de estos.
Objetivo: Descrever intervenções de enfermagem para o manejo de sintomas em adultos com câncer em tratamento de intenção curativa. Métodos: Revisão de escopo. Utilizando descritores em ciências da saúde realizou-se uma busca nas bases de dados Cochrane, PubMed e Biblioteca Virtual em Saúde (BVS), nos idiomas inglês e espanhol, no período 2013-2020. Resultados: Após o processo de busca, análise e avaliação crítica da literatura, dezessete publicações (n = 17) constituíram a amostra. As unidades de pesquisa do estudo foram agrupadas em quatro categorias: intervenções com uso de tecnologias de informação e comunicação, intervenções personalizadas e adaptadas ao indivíduo, medicina complementar e intervenções realizadas no momento do tratamento. Conclusão: As intervenções de enfermagem são uma ferramenta importante para o manejo adequado dos sintomas. Existem vários tipos de intervenção e diferentes mecanismos para sua execução que facilitam o manejo de vários sintomas, diminuem a carga geral do sintoma e promovem sua autogestão.
 
Publisher Universidad El Bosque
 
Date 2020-10-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://revistacolombianadeenfermeria.unbosque.edu.co/article/view/3012
10.18270/rce.v19i2.3012
 
Source Revista Colombiana de Enfermería; Vol 19 No 2 (2020): Revista Colombiana de Enfermería; e023
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Revista Colombiana de Enfermería; Vol. 19 Núm. 2 (2020): Revista Colombiana de Enfermería; e023
Revista Colombiana de Enfermería; v. 19 n. 2 (2020): Revista Colombiana de Enfermería; e023
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Relation https://revistacolombianadeenfermeria.unbosque.edu.co/article/view/3012/2837
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