ASPECTOS NUTRICIONAIS DOS PACIENTES EM TRATAMENTO ONCOLÓGICO: UMA REVISÃO SISTEMÁTICA

Authors

  • Lucas Fernando Souza Pereira

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.56083/RCV4N5-039

Keywords:

oncologia, nutrição, prognóstico, suplementação

Abstract

Muitos são os efeitos colaterais enfrentados pelos pacientes com câncer no mundo, fato que se deve a inúmeros fatores intrínsecos e associados aos tratamentos pelos quais são submetidos. Ressalta-se então a relevância dos conhecimentos acerca dos aspectos nutricionais e do seu papel crucial no tratamento do paciente oncológico e também sobre as ferramentas disponíveis para realização da avaliação e da abordagem necessária para que esses pacientes possam realizar o enfrentamento da doença com redução dos danos associados à desnutrição, com melhoria na qualidade de vida e na sobrevida global. Assim, a presente revisão busca avaliar os conhecimentos acerca da abordagem nutricional relevante ao paciente oncológico, pacientes que frequentemente enfrentam desafios nutricionais importantes, bem como sobre os protocolos de suporte e os cuidados necessários, as classificações de risco e sobre as orientações de seguimento. Salientando as estratégias nutricionais personalizadas e a avaliação nutricional periódica durante o tratamento, como de acordo com os recomendações internacionais também abordadas na presente revisão.

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Published

2024-05-13

How to Cite

Pereira, L. F. S. (2024). ASPECTOS NUTRICIONAIS DOS PACIENTES EM TRATAMENTO ONCOLÓGICO: UMA REVISÃO SISTEMÁTICA. Revista Contemporânea, 4(5), e3405. https://doi.org/10.56083/RCV4N5-039

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