Ronda clínica y epidemiológica: club de revistas

Carolina Hincapié-Osorno, César Caraballo Cordovez, Camilo Andrés Restrepo Alvarez, José Alejandro Galeano-Toro, Fabian Jaimes

Resumen


En esta nueva edición de la Ronda Clínica y Epidemiológica analizamos cuatro estudios que consideramos importantes para la práctica clínica. El estudio SOME, en el cual Carrier y colaboradores evaluaron la eficacia de la tamización para el cáncer oculto en pacientes con primer episodio no provocado de tromboembolia venosa. El estudio de Freedman y colaboradores muestra que el uso de jugo de manzanas y líquidos elegidos libremente no es inferior a las soluciones hidroelectrolíticas en la terapia de rehidratación oral en pacientes pediátricos con gastroenteritis aguda de bajo riesgo. Gágyor y colaboradores investigaron sobre el uso de ibuprofeno comparado con el de fosfomicina en el tratamiento sintomático de las infecciones urinarias no complicadas. Finalmente, el metaanálisis de Martindale y colaboradores consolida una información valiosa respecto a las pruebas que se deben hacer en el diagnóstico de falla cardíaca aguda.


Palabras clave


Antibacterianos; Detección Precoz del Cáncer; Equilibrio Hidroelectrolítico; Fluidoterapia; Gastroenteritis; Ibuprofeno; Infección; Insuficiencia Cardíaca; Neoplasias; Servicios Médicos de Urgencia; Soluciones para Rehidratación; Tromboembolia Venosa

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.iatreia.v29n4a13 Resumen : 648 PDF : 781

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