Movilización segura del paciente en estado crítico: una perspectiva desde la fisiatría

Autores/as

  • Alberto Jiménez Juliao
  • Yessica Anaya
  • Bibiana Avendaño
  • Jhonatan Gómez
  • Néstor Gómez
  • Julieth Jojoa
  • Luis C. Marroquín
  • José L. Pira
  • Claudia Robayo
  • Paula Suárez
  • Catalina Urrego

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.28957/rcmfr.v25n1a5

Resumen

La movilización temprana ha sido reconocida como un componente fundamental en la prevención primaria, secundaria, y terciaria por su impacto sobre la morbimortalidad global. Sin embargo, los datos de movilización temprana en unidades de cuidados intensivos (UCI) son limitados en cuanto al inicio de la intervención, el tipo de movilidad y el tiempo adecuado de realización. A su vez, existe desconfianza ante los efectos secundarios que puede generar la intervención terapéutica sobre el paciente y aunque existen publicaciones previas en las cuales se describen programas de movilidad temprana, en muchos casos estos pueden no ser generalizables. El objetivo principal de esta revisión narrativa es dar a conocer al personal de salud los parámetros que se deben tener en cuenta para realizar la movilización temprana y segura del paciente en estado crítico.

Biografía del autor/a

Alberto Jiménez Juliao

Médico Fisiatra, Coordinador Académico del Programa de Medicina Física y Rehabilitación, Universidad Militar Nueva
Granada, Hospital Militar Central, Bogotá D.C., Colombia

Yessica Anaya

Residente Programa Medicina Física y Rehabilitación, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Hospital Militar Central, Bogotá D.C., Colombia

Bibiana Avendaño

Residente Programa Medicina Física y Rehabilitación, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Hospital Militar Central, Bogotá D.C., Colombia

Jhonatan Gómez

Residente Programa Medicina Física y Rehabilitación, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Hospital Militar Central, Bogotá D.C., Colombia

Néstor Gómez

Residente Programa Medicina Física y Rehabilitación, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Hospital Militar Central, Bogotá D.C., Colombia

Julieth Jojoa

Residente Programa Medicina Física y Rehabilitación, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Hospital Militar Central, Bogotá D.C., Colombia

Luis C. Marroquín

Residente Programa Medicina Física y Rehabilitación, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Hospital Militar Central, Bogotá D.C., Colombia

José L. Pira

Residente Programa Medicina Física y Rehabilitación, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Hospital Militar Central, Bogotá D.C., Colombia

Claudia Robayo

Residente Programa Medicina Física y Rehabilitación, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Hospital Militar Central, Bogotá D.C., Colombia

Paula Suárez

Residente Programa Medicina Física y Rehabilitación, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Hospital Militar Central, Bogotá D.C., Colombia

Catalina Urrego

Residente Programa Medicina Física y Rehabilitación, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, Hospital Militar Central, Bogotá D.C., Colombia

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Jiménez Juliao A, Anaya Y, Avendaño B, Gómez J, Gómez N, Jojoa J, Marroquín LC, Pira JL, Robayo C, Suárez P, Urrego C. Movilización segura del paciente en estado crítico: una perspectiva desde la fisiatría. Rev Col Med Fis Rehab [Internet]. 19 de octubre de 2015 [citado 14 de agosto de 2022];25(1):41-52. Disponible en: https://revistacmfr.org/index.php/rcmfr/article/view/132

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