Manejo nutricional del paciente con úlceras por presión: una revisión de la literatura

  • Claudia Patricia Maza Moscoso, MSc, LN Centro Médico Militar, Universidad Del Valle de Guatemala
  • Ivan Armando Osuna-Padilla, Doctor, MNC, LN Centro Médico Militar, Universidad Del Valle de Guatemala
  • Paulina Patricia Maldonado Valadez, MNC, LN
Palabras clave: Estado nutricional, Nutrientes

Resumen

Las heridas crónicas se presentan con frecuencia en adultos hospitalizados y personas de la tercera edad institucionalizadas. Su desarrollo tiene una relación importante con el estado nutricional. El objetivo de esta revisión narrativa es analizar la relación entre la nutrición y la incidencia de úlceras por presión, además de estudiar las estrategias de abordaje nutricional sugeridas por la evidencia científica, haciendo énfasis en el aporte de energía, proteínas, aminoácidos y otros micronutrientes. La nutrición es un factor influyente en la cicatrización de heridas; sin embargo, se necesitan más estudios para establecer los aportes adecuados de ciertos nutrientes y el impacto que tendrán en la evolución de esta condición.

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Biografía del autor/a

Claudia Patricia Maza Moscoso, MSc, LN, Centro Médico Militar, Universidad Del Valle de Guatemala

Maestría en Nutrición y Dietética con especialidad en Nutrición Clinica de Adultos

Licenciada en Nutrición

Jefe de la Sección Terapéutica, Centro Médico Militar, Guatemala

Docente Nutrición Clinica, Universidad del Valle de Guatemala

Ivan Armando Osuna-Padilla, Doctor, MNC, LN, Centro Médico Militar, Universidad Del Valle de Guatemala

ð  Doctorado [2016- 2019]. Doctor en Investigación en Medicina. Escuela Superior de Medicina. Instituto Politécnico Nacional.  CDMX.  Cédula Profesional en trámite.

ð  Posgrado [2010 – 2012] Maestría en Nutrición Clínica. Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública. CDMX. Cédula Profesional #8186673.

ð  Superior [2005 – 2008] Licenciatura en Nutrición. Universidad Autónoma de Durango.

Culiacán, Sinaloa. Cédula Profesional #6824295

Paulina Patricia Maldonado Valadez, MNC, LN

Maestría en Nutrición Clínica

Licenciada en Nutrición

Departamento de Nutrición, Hospital General de León, Guanajuato

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Publicado
2020-09-29
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Maza Moscoso, C., Osuna-Padilla, I., & Maldonado Valadez, P. (2020). Manejo nutricional del paciente con úlceras por presión: una revisión de la literatura. Revista De Nutrición Clínica Y Metabolismo, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.35454/rncm.v4n1.162
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