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dc.contributor.advisorBayona Ortiz, Hernán 
dc.contributor.advisorMenéndez Ramírez, Salvador Eduardo 
dc.creatorBravo Bonilla, Juliana 
dc.creatorGiraldo Serrano, Sergio Andrés 
dc.date.accessioned2021-04-19T16:15:31Z
dc.date.available2021-04-19T16:15:31Z
dc.date.created2021-04-13
dc.identifier.urihttps://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/31229
dc.descriptionIntroducción. La atención y traslado oportunos en pacientes con Accidente Cerebrovascular (ACV) se relaciona con la ventana terapéutica para trombólisis (VTT). Determinamos si el ingreso a la Sala de Emergencias (SE) en Ambulancia[Amb] Vs Propios medios[PrM] afectaba la VTT. Metodología. En un estudio observacional analítico retrospectivo (histórico) de cohortes, usando datos clínicos de pacientes con ACV admitidos por el SE de la Fundación Santa Fe de Bogotá durante el periodo 2017-2019 se compararon las VTT medianas (p25-p75) de pacientes admitidos en Amb Vs PrM (U Mann-Whitney). Adicionalmente, se analizó el efecto en la VTT mediana de variables asociadas al medio de ingreso (Valor p:<0.05). Resultados. Se analizaron 174 registros, 106 pacientes ingresaron PrM (60.9%). La edad mediana fue 74 años, predominantemente hombres, y respectivamente, el NIHSS y el antecedente de hipertensión arterial (HTA), fueron menores (p:0.002) y menos frecuentes en pacientes PrM (p:0.045). 80% de los pacientes presentó una VTT ≤4.5 horas, la VTT mediana en pacientes PrM (1.98[1.06-3.81]) fue menor que en pacientes Amb (2.45[1.60- 4.11]). Adicionalmente, los pacientes PrM sin HTA (p:0.010) o con NIHSS >19 (p:0.009) presentaron menor VTT que los pacientes Amb. Conclusión. Establecer que los pacientes PrM ingresan con una VTT mediana menor que los pacientes Amb, sugiere explorar la percepción ciudadana del servicio de atención prehospitalaria (APH), diseñar una investigación para identificar factores asociados a este fenómeno y potencialmente, ajustar el modelo APH para la atención de emergencias cerebrovasculares.
dc.description.abstractIntroduction. The opportunity for attention and transfer in patients with stroke is related to the time to treatment for thrombolysis (TTT). We determined if admission to the Emergency Room (ER), by ambulance [Amb] versus own means (Om) affected TTT. Methods. In a retrospective (historical) analytical observational study of cohorts, using clinical data of stroke patients admitted into the ER service of Fundación Santa Fe de Bogotá, during the period between 2017-2019, the median TTT (p25-p75) of patients admitted by Amb Vs Om (U Mann-Whitney) were compared. Additionally, the effect of the median TWT of variables associated with the means od admission was analyzed (p-value: <0.05). Results. 174 records were analyzed, 106 patients admitted by Om (60.9%). The median age was 74 years, predominantly men, and respectively, the NIHSS and the backround of arterial hypertension (HT) were lower (p:0.002) and less frequent in Om patients (p:04045). 80% of patients had a VTT ≤4.5 horas, the median TTT in Om patients (1.98 [1.06-3.81]) was lower than in Amb patients (2.45 [1.60-4.11]). Additionally, Om patients without HT (p: 0.010) or with NIHSS >19 (p: 0.009) presented lower TTT than Amb patients. Conclusion. Establishing that Om patients are admitted with a lower median TTT tan Amb patients, suggests exploring the public perception of prehospital care service (PCS), designing an investigation to identify factors associated with this phenomenon and potentially adjusting the PCS model for attention of cerebrovascular emergencies.
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dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
dc.sourceinstname:Universidad del Rosario
dc.subjectAnálisis del modelo de atención a Accidente Cerebrovascular (ACV)
dc.subjectCorrelación Tiempo de tratamiento en ACV ventana terapéutica para trombólisis (VTT)
dc.subjectincidencia de la Atención Prehospitalaria (APH) en las VTT medianas (p25-p75)
dc.subjectProtocolos de atención a emergencias cerebrovasculares
dc.subject.ddcIncidencia & prevención de la enfermedad 
dc.titleComparación en periodo de ventana terapéutica según medio de traslado en pacientes con ataque cerebrovascular en una institución de Bogotá entre 2017 – 2019.
dc.typemasterThesis
dc.publisherUniversidad del Rosario
dc.creator.degreeEspecialista en Medicina de Emergencias
dc.publisher.programEspecialización en Medicina de Emergencias
dc.publisher.departmentEscuela de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud
dc.subject.keywordAnalysis of the Stroke Care Model (CVA)
dc.subject.keywordCorrelation Treatment time in stroke therapeutic window for thrombolysis (TTT)
dc.subject.keywordCare protocols for cerebrovascular emergencies
dc.subject.keywordIncidence of Prehospital Care (PCS) in the median TTT (p25-p75)
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dc.title.TranslatedTitleComparison of therapeutic window according to the in means of transfer in patients with stroke in a Bogotá institution between 2017 - 2019.


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