FISIOTERAPIA NO PRÉ E PÓS-OPERATÓRIO EM CIRURGIAS ONCOLÓGICAS PULMONARES

Authors

  • Luana Cristina de Oliveira Rodrigues de Carvalho
  • Giulliano Gardenghi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.56083/RCV4N1-239

Keywords:

Câncer de Pulmão, Pré-Operatório, Pós-Operatório, Ressecção Cirúrgica, Tratamento Fisioterapêutico

Abstract

Introdução: O câncer de pulmão é o 1° câncer mais comum no homem, e o 3° mais comum na mulher, com uma mortalidade que, em 5 anos pós diagnóstico, varia de 11 – 19% sendo o único tratamento curativo para câncer pulmonar estágio I e II a ressecção cirúrgica, não sendo isenta de riscos. As complicações pulmonares pós-operatórias são complicações bem definidas que impactam na perda de qualidade de vida e capacidade econômica, aumentam a incidência de internação em unidades de tratamentos intensivos, influenciando na morbidade e mortalidade e são o principal alvo de intervenção da fisioterapia. Objetivo: Realizar uma revisão da literatura sobre pacientes com câncer pulmonar submetidos a ressecção pulmonar, avaliando o impacto da fisioterapia no pré e pós-operatório.  Método: Foram selecionados artigos na plataforma PEDro, PubMed, The Cochrane Database utilizando-se os descritores: “lung cancer”, “surgical resection”, “preoperative”, “postoperative”, “physical therapy treatment”. Após os  critérios de exclusão, resultou-se em 24 artigos. Conclusão: A Fisioterapia no pré e pós-operatório se mostra de grande valia, a quantidade de pesquisas randomizadas é limitada e nota-se uma falta de protocolos objetivando as condutas adequadas. São necessários mais estudos randomizados de multicêntricos para determinação do melhor protocolo de reabilitação.

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Published

2024-01-31

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de Carvalho, L. C. de O. R., & Gardenghi, G. (2024). FISIOTERAPIA NO PRÉ E PÓS-OPERATÓRIO EM CIRURGIAS ONCOLÓGICAS PULMONARES . Revista Contemporânea, 4(1), 4406–4424. https://doi.org/10.56083/RCV4N1-239

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