Fatores associados à não adesão ao tratamento para tuberculose pulmonar

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2176-7262.rmrp.2021.172543

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Cooperação e adesão ao tratamento, Terapia diretamente observada, Tuberculose pulmonar, Revisões sistemáticas como assunto

Resumo

Objetivo: analisar as evidências disponíveis na literatura sobre os fatores relacionados à não adesão ao tratamento diretamente observado por pessoas com tuberculose pulmonar. Métodos: trata-se de uma revisão integrativa da literatura. A busca ocorreu entre os meses de agosto de 2019 e maio de 2020, por acesso às bases de dados MEDLINE, LILACS, BDENF, BINACIS, IBECS, PUBMED, SCOPUS, e WEB OF SCIENCE, bem como via biblioteca virtual SCIELO, selecionando artigos publicados entre 2009 e 2019. Resultado: dos 1664 estudos pré-analisados foram identificados e selecionados 57 artigos que atenderam à pergunta de pesquisa. Após a extração dos dados, os fatores de não adesão foram estratificados em cinco categorias: fatores relacionados ao paciente, aspectos socioeconômicos, fatores referentes ao tratamento, fatores relacionados aos profissionais/serviço de saúde e aspectos de conhecimento, os quais apresentaram uma correspondência de 49, 33, 41, 23 e 20 artigos, respectivamente. Conclusão: Este estudo possibilitou analisar as evidências científicas relacionadas aos fatores da não adesão ao tratamento diretamente observado por pessoas com tuberculose pulmonar. Conclui-se que a multifacetada gama de aspectos associados a tal problema de pesquisa pode ser sintetizada em fatores relacionados ao paciente, a aspectos socioeconômicos, a fatores referentes ao tratamento, fatores relacionados aos profissionais/serviço de saúde e a aspectos inerentes ao conhecimento.

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Greyce Khoury Mansour, Universidade Federal de Alfenas, Unifal-MG

Estudante de Medicina da Faculdade de Medicina da Unifal-MG.

Luísa de Paula Quintanilha Ferreira, Universidade Federal de Alfenas

Estudante de Medicina da Faculdade de Medicina da Unifal-MG.

Gabriella de Oliveira Martins, Universidade Federal de Alfenas

Estudante de Medicina da Faculdade de Medicina da Unifal-MG.

Jessica Luanda Lemos Melo, Universidade Federal de Alfenas

Graduação em Enfermagem pela Universidade do Vale do Sapucaí 

Patrícia Scotini Freitas, Universidade Federal de Alfenas, Unifal-MG

Graduada em Enfermagem pela Universidade Federal de Alfenas

Murilo César do Nascimento, Universidade Federal de Alfenas

Bacharel em Enfermagem pela Universidade Federal de Alfenas 

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