Recurso ao Ehealth como complemento nos cuidados a oferecer às pessoas com doença Oncológica em tratamento de Quimioterapia

Autores

  • Bruno Magalhães Enfermeiro no Departamento de Oncologia Cirúrgica do Instituto Português de Oncologia do Porto (IPO-Porto); Prof. Adjunto na Escola Superior de Saúde de Santa Maria (ESSSM); Investigador Integrado no CINTESIS da Universidade do Porto: Innovation and Development in Nursing – NursID

Palavras-chave:

Neoplasias, Antineoplásicos, Autogestão, Telemedicina, Aplicações da Informática Médica, Enfermagem

Resumo

Estamos a presenciar uma nova era tecnológica na oncologia, na gestão de sinais e sintomas, na vigilância de complicações associadas aos tratamentos, na monitorização da adesão à  terapêutica e até na forma como comunicamos ou interagimos: doentes, profissionais de saúde e  instituições hospitalares. O recurso à tecnologia móvel (mHealth) está a ser cada vez mais utilizado como uma estratégia eficiente para melhorar a adesão à terapêutica, podendo ainda ser um  recurso viável para o fornecimento de um leque diversificado de intervenções educacionais ao mesmo tempo que permite que os profissionais de saúde monitorizem toxicidades ou comportamentos  e que disponibilizem orientações de autocuidado para o utilizador, designadamente os doentes do  foro oncológico, em tratamento de quimioterapia.   O progresso ao nível da mHealth pode proporcionar uma “nova era” no cuidar em oncologia. No  entanto, é importante que se reflita acerca das suas implicações para a prática clínica e para a investigação não esquecendo as limitações que estas tecnologias podem ter, nomeadamente ao nível  da sua conceção. Contudo, é imprescindível ainda percorrer um caminho muito longo por forma a  tornar estes recursos válidos, seguros e acessíveis aos utilizadores. É necessário que as aplicações  ultrapassem o cenário académico em que na sua maioria são desenvolvidas e se massifique a sua  utilização na prática clínica, permitindo assim uma verdadeira avaliação do impacto desta “nova” modalidade de intervenção em oncologia.

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Magalhães B. Recurso ao Ehealth como complemento nos cuidados a oferecer às pessoas com doença Oncológica em tratamento de Quimioterapia. journal [Internet]. 7 de Junho de 2021 [citado 15 de Abril de 2024];(42):6-15. Disponível em: https://onco.news/index.php/journal/article/view/15

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