2011
DOI: 10.1590/s0080-62342011000800003
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Abstract: resumoOs objetivos foram conhecer a vivência das pessoas com tuberculose e identificar necessidades de saúde e vulnerabilidade frente ao adoecimento, no que diz respeito ao acesso ao tratamento, ao vínculo com a equipe de saúde e à adesão ao tratamento. Trata-se de um estudo qualitativo, desenvolvido em unidades de saúde da família. Entrevistaram-se pessoas em tratamento, utilizando-se o critério de saturação das informações. Na análise dos depoimentos utilizou-se o software Alceste. O diagnós-tico tardio refl… Show more

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“…Porém, ausência de capacitação, demora nos resultados laboratoriais, ausência de médicos especialistas e enfermeiros que se dediquem ao PNCT, a falta de materiais e demora no agendamento de exames, estão ocorrendo também nas redes de apoio para os pacientes, impedindo assim a conclusão do tratamento ambulatorial (18) . Além das pessoas não saberem identificar os sinais e sintomas da TB, os profissionais não são preparados, dificultando dessa forma um diagnóstico correto e o início do tratamento o mais breve possível, evitando assim a propagação da doença (19) .…”
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“…Porém, ausência de capacitação, demora nos resultados laboratoriais, ausência de médicos especialistas e enfermeiros que se dediquem ao PNCT, a falta de materiais e demora no agendamento de exames, estão ocorrendo também nas redes de apoio para os pacientes, impedindo assim a conclusão do tratamento ambulatorial (18) . Além das pessoas não saberem identificar os sinais e sintomas da TB, os profissionais não são preparados, dificultando dessa forma um diagnóstico correto e o início do tratamento o mais breve possível, evitando assim a propagação da doença (19) .…”
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“…A study on the USF of Capão Redondo, located in the southern part of the municipality of Sao Paulo showed that the desire of patients in obtaining a cure for TB and regain health motivated the completion of treatment and self-care, leading to the adoption of healthy lifestyle habits, how to sleep well and have good food. 15 Health education is an important tool for self-care and involvement among all health professionals and users. Among the factors that involve self-care: the link, the host and the behavior.…”
Section: Classification Of Components Of Self-care Dimension Accordinmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…25 Some behaviors such as using masks in the first two weeks of treatment on the part of patients can hinder the access, which contributes to them adopting behaviors of social isolation, in front of family and friends. 15 In this way, one can see that the support and participation of the family have important relevance in combating the disease and can assist in treatment adherence, on changing habits, emotional comfort and progress of the treatment.…”
Section: Classification Of Components Of Self-care Dimension Accordinmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Some studies established the conditions of vulnerability of specific groups as being the activities of the health care network and TB control programmes and the obstacles to access public health services. The problems highlighted by the authors were the working hours of health units, home visits that fail to monitor and control infection, delay in diagnosis (24,30,45) , inequality in the access to services for socially excluded populations (29) , failure to implement the actions required to control the disease (52) and lack of flexibility of assistance protocols, which impairs epidemiological surveillance (36) . A study conducted in Malawi, Africa stressed the relationship between poverty and vulnerability to TB and concluded that poor individuals who do not benefit from the national TB control programme spend up to 240% of their monthly income on the disease (54) .…”
Section: ) the Tendency To Expand Analytical Parameters: Shifting Bementioning
confidence: 99%
“…A study conducted in Malawi, Africa stressed the relationship between poverty and vulnerability to TB and concluded that poor individuals who do not benefit from the national TB control programme spend up to 240% of their monthly income on the disease (54) . The importance of creating a bond and ensuring adherence to treatment (45) and the effective articulation between financial support for patients and health counselling as indicative of reduced vulnerability (28) should also be stressed.…”
Section: ) the Tendency To Expand Analytical Parameters: Shifting Bementioning
confidence: 99%