Las necesidades más insatisfechas en sobrevivientes de cáncer ginecológico y de mama, una revisión sistemática


Palabras clave: cáncer de mama, sobrevivientes de cáncer, ginecología, necesidades, revisión sistemática


Introduccion: La complejidad del tratamiento del cancer ginecológico y de mama genera necesidades insatisfechas para los sobrevivientes. Esta revisión sistemática tuvo como objetivo identificar las necesidades más insatisfechas de las sobrevivientes de cancer ginecológico y de mama a partir de la evidencia disponible.
Método: Los investigadores realizaron búsquedas en las bases de datos PubMed, Cochrane, CINAHL, Ebsco Host, Science Direct con criterios electrónicos predeterminados. Las palabras claves usadas fueron combinacion de " cáncer " ginecológico *"O" sobrevivientes de cáncer ginecológico *" O " cáncer de mama" O " sobrevivientes de cáncer de mama" Y " necesidades insatisfechas ". Se realizó una revisión sistemática mediante PRISMA, la evaluación crítica se realizó con el instrumento JBI y el análisis de sesiones mediante la herramienta Robvis.
Resultados: Hay 12 artículos seleccionados. Los dos dominios de necesidades insatisfechas más importantes para los sobrevivientes de cáncer ginecológico y cáncer de mama son el dominio de informacion del sistema de salud y el dominio psicológico.
Conclusión: Las enfermeras y otros trabajadores de la salud deben prestar atencion a la implementacion de una atención holística para satisfacer las diversas necesidades de los sobrevivientes de cancer ginecológico, incluidas las necesidades de información del sistema de salud y los dominios psicológicos.


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Nasution, L.A., Afiyanti, Y. y Ma’rifah, A.R. 2023. Las necesidades más insatisfechas en sobrevivientes de cáncer ginecológico y de mama, una revisión sistemática . Enfermería Global. 22, 2 (abr. 2023), 497–521. DOI: