Experiencia del síndrome post-UCI en supervivientes de enfermedades críticas

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https://doi.org/10.5294/aqui.2022.22.1.6

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Enfermedad crítica, cuidados críticos, investigación cualitativa, paciente, sobrevivientes

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Introducción: sobrevivir a la Unidad de Cuidados Intensivos (UCI) trae sentimientos positivos y negativos, dependiendo de la experiencia de cada persona. Asimismo, algunos pacientes pueden presentar consecuencias físicas y mentales negativas tras el alta, lo que ocasiona una estadía en casa muy compleja.

Objetivo: comprender la experiencia de los sobrevivientes de enfermedades críticas después de tres meses del alta de la UCI.

Métodos: estudio fenomenológico hermenéutico mediante entrevistas a profundidad a 15 participantes adultos después de tres meses del alta de la UCI. El análisis de datos se realizó con base en los procedimientos de Cohen, Kahn y Steeves.

Resultados: el análisis fenomenológico reveló tres temas existenciales: Cambios en la memoria y el estado de ánimo, Cambios en la vida cotidiana y Mi cuerpo después de la UCI.

Conclusión: sobrevivir en la UCI trae consigo aspectos positivos como ganarle una batalla a la muerte; sin embargo, las consecuencias psicológicas, emocionales y físicas tras el alta convierten todo esto en una experiencia agotadora.

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2022-01-26

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Henao-Castaño, Ángela M., Rivera-Romero, N. ., & Ospina Garzon, H. P. . . (2022). Experiencia del síndrome post-UCI en supervivientes de enfermedades críticas. Aquichan, 22(1), e2216. https://doi.org/10.5294/aqui.2022.22.1.6

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