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dc.contributor.advisorMujica Benavides, Cristina 
dc.contributor.advisorMorón Duarte, Lina Sofía 
dc.contributor.advisorTroncoso Moreno, Gloria Amparo 
dc.creatorMujica Benavides, Cristina 
dc.creatorTroncoso Moreno, Gloria Amparo 
dc.creatorMorón Duarte, Lina Sofía 
dc.descriptionAntecedentes El dolor en neonatos ha sido un problema poco explorado. Se ha propuesto el uso de las terapias no farmacológicas para su tratamiento, sin embargo existen pocas aproximaciones sistemáticas para la evaluación de su eficacia. Objetivos Determinar la eficacia de las terapias no farmacológicas en el manejo del dolor en neonatos pretérmino a través de una revisión sistemática. Metodología Se realizó una revisión sistemática de la literatura para evaluar la eficacia de las terapias no farmacológicas en el manejo del dolor en el recién nacido petérmino. La búsqueda se realizó a través de las bases de datos Embase, Cochrane, Bireme y Embase. Se identificaron estudios publicados inglés y español. Se realizó un análisis cualitativo y cuantitativo. Resultados Se incluyeron 10 ensayos clínicos. La solución de sacarosa administrada por vía oral mostró reducir la intensidad del dolor en el recién nacido. La intubación y toma de muestras facilitada por el cuidador mostró también reducir la intensidad del dolor. Conclusión Se recomienda la administración solución de sacarosa y acompañamiento del cuidador durante los procedimientos como medidas para reducir el dolor en el recién nacido pretérmino.
dc.description.abstractBackground Pain in newborns is a unexplored problem. In the literature, the use of non-pharmacological therapies is proposed as a for treatment alternative, homewer, nowadays exist few systematic approaches of it is effectiveness evaluation. Objectives Determine the effectiveness of non-pharmacological therapies in the paint management in preterm newborn through a systematic review. Methodology We perform a systematic review of literature to assess the effectiveness of non-pharmacological therapies in the pain management in preterm newborns. For the search we use Embase, Cochrane and Bireme databases. We use studies in english and spanish. We conduct a qualitative and quantitative analysis. Results We include 10 clinical trials. The sucrose solution administered by oral rute show a reduction of intensity pain in newborn. The orotracheal intubation and phlebotomy provided by the caregiver showed a reduction of pain intensity too Conclusion It ́s recommended the administration of sucrose solution and the accompanying by the caregiver during the procedures. These reduce the pain intensity in preterm newborn.
dc.sourceinstname:Universidad del Rosario
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
dc.subjectDolor, neonatos, terapias no farmacológicas
dc.subject.ddcGinecología & otras especialidades médicas 
dc.titleTerapias no farmacológicas en el manejo del dolor en neonatos pretérmino. revisión sistemática de la literatura
dc.publisherUniversidad del Rosario
dc.creator.degreeEspecialista en Neonatología
dc.publisher.programEspecialización en Neonatología
dc.publisher.departmentFacultad de medicina
dc.subject.keywordpain, newborn, nonpharmacological therapies
dc.subject.decsRecién nacidos
dc.type.spaTrabajo de grado
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