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dc.creatorLuque Narváez, Luis
dc.creatorPérez Sánchez, Reinaldo
dc.date.accessioned2020-06-05T15:40:28Z
dc.date.available2020-06-05T15:40:28Z
dc.date.issued2020
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/11323/6340
dc.descriptionMaestría en Gestión de Servicios de Saludspa
dc.description.abstractBurns are a global public health problem and cause around 265,000 deaths a year, most of which occur in low- and middle-income countries. In many high-income countries, burn death rates have been declining and the infant mortality rate is currently more seven times higher in low- and middle-income countries than in high-income countries. Burns are among the leading causes of disability-adjusted life-loss in low- and middleincome countries. In 2004, nearly 11 million people around the world suffered burns severe enough to require medical attention. Worldwide, more than 95% of burns fire or flame occur in low- and middle-income countries. However, most research, investments, advances in the treatment of prevention initiatives come from high-income countries, which has allowed them to reduce their morbidity. In Colombia, few burn studies have been conducted in the general population and in the paediatric population. A study published by Aldana and Navarrete shows that departments with the highest number of burn deaths in the paediatric age are in Bogota, Antioquia, Valle del Cauca, Atlántico and Santander. These 5 departments account for about half of those killed across the country, and Atlantic has the highest mortality rate. Prevention is the key to reducing the morbidity associated with burns. In this way, it is necessary to establish reliable statistical data determine the most atrisk groups, characteristics and regions; in addition to designing and implementing effective and impactful interventions on the paediatric population and in responsible for childcare, in order to generate prevention programmes. That's why the problem question corresponds to the one described below.spa
dc.description.abstractLas quemaduras constituyen un problema de salud pública a nivel mundial y provocan alrededor de 265.000 muertes al año, de las cuales la mayoría se produce en los países de ingreso bajo y mediano. En muchos países de ingreso alto, las tasas de muertes por quemaduras han ido disminuyendo y la tasa de mortalidad infantil es actualmente más de siete veces más elevada en los países de ingreso bajo y mediano que en los de ingreso alto. Las quemaduras se cuentan entre las principales causas de pérdida de años de vida ajustados en función de la discapacidad en los países de ingreso bajo y mediano. En 2004, casi 11 millones de personas de todo el mundo sufrieron quemaduras lo suficientemente graves para requerir atención médica. En el mundo, más del 95% de las quemaduras debidas a fuego o llamas ocurren en países de bajos y medianos ingresos. Sin embargo, la mayoría de las investigaciones, las inversiones, los adelantos en el tratamiento de quemaduras y las iniciativas de prevención provienen de países de altos ingresos, lo que les ha permitido disminuir su morbimortalidad. En Colombia, se han realizado pocos estudios de quemaduras en población general y en población pediátrica. Un estudio publicado por Aldana y Navarrete muestra que los departamentos con mayor número de muertes por quemaduras en la edad pediátrica corresponden a Bogotá, Antioquia, Valle del Cauca, Atlántico y Santander. Estos 5 departamentos representan cerca de la mitad de los fallecidos en todo el país, y Atlántico presenta la mayor tasa de mortalidad. La clave para disminuir la morbimortalidad asociada a las quemaduras es la prevención. De este modo, es necesario establecer datos estadísticos confiables que determinen los grupos, características y regiones de mayor riesgo; además de diseñar e implementar intervenciones efectivas y de impacto en la población pediátrica y en los responsables del cuidado de los niños, con la finalidad de generar programas de prevención. Es por lo que la pregunta problema corresponde a la que se describe a continuación.spa
dc.language.isospaspa
dc.publisherUniversidad de la Costaspa
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dc.subjectBurn unitsspa
dc.subjectBurnsspa
dc.subjectQuality-adjusted life yearsspa
dc.subjectDisabilityspa
dc.subjectMortalityspa
dc.subjectUnidades de quemadosspa
dc.subjectQuemadurasspa
dc.subjectAños de vida ajustados por calidad de vidaspa
dc.subjectDiscapacidadspa
dc.subjectMortalidadspa
dc.titleEpidemiología y descripción de costo de pacientes quemados admitidos a una clínica de referencia de la Región Caribe colombiana en el periodo 2009 a 2018spa
dc.typeMasterThesisspa
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dc.contributor.tutorAlonso Salja, Luis Eduardo
dc.contributor.authordirOrtiz Ibáñez, Luis Orlando
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