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dc.rights.licenseAtribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 4.0 Internacional
dc.contributor.advisorArias Guatibonza, Jaime Andelfo
dc.contributor.authorBadillo Ballesteros, Ludwing David
dc.date.accessioned2020-02-13T16:29:14Z
dc.date.available2020-02-13T16:29:14Z
dc.date.issued2019-12
dc.identifier.urihttps://repositorio.unal.edu.co/handle/unal/75590
dc.description.abstractIntroduction: Degenerative spine surgery in the world is a routine practice, and with the progressive increase in life expectancy and the inversion of the population pyramid brings about the increase in the adult population and the progressive increase in disease management degenerative spine. Methods: Patients undergoing spinal procedures at the tunnel hospital were collected from February 2015 to February 2019, these procedures were classified. The complete histories of the patients who underwent a major degenerative spine procedure that met the inclusion criteria were reviewed, then the different demographic variables, and the surgical results were analyzed. Results: There were a total of 599 spine procedures, of which 104 were major degenerative spine procedures, 55 patients met the inclusion criteria, an average age of 55.4 years was found with a range of 21 to 83 years. A total of 73 levels were operated, at the lumbar level the most operated was L4 / L5 followed by L5 / S1 and at the cervical level the most operated was C4 / C5 followed by C3 / C4. Infection of the operative site was the most common complication, followed by cerebrospinal fluid fistula.
dc.description.abstractIntroducción: La cirugía de columna degenerativa en el mundo es una práctica rutinaria, y con el aumento progresivo de la expectativa de vida y la inversión de la pirámide poblacional trae consigo el aumento de población adulta mayor y el aumento progresivo en el manejo de la enfermedad degenerativa de la columna. Métodos: Se recolectaron los pacientes sometidos a procedimientos de columna en el hospital del tunal desde febrero de 2015 a febrero de 2019, se clasificaron estos procedimientos y se realizó la revisión de las historias completas de los pacientes a los cuales se les practico un procedimiento mayor de columna degenerativa que cumplieran los criterios de inclusión, luego se analizó las diferentes variables demográficas, y los resultados quirúrgicos. Resultados: Fueron un total de 599 procedimientos de columna, de los cuales 104 fueron procedimientos mayores de columna degenerativa, 55 pacientes cumplían los criterios de inclusión, se encontró una edad promedio de 55.4 años con un rango de 21 a 83 años. Se intervinieron un total de 73 niveles, a nivel lumbar el más intervenido fue L4/L5 seguido por L5/S1 y a nivel cervical el más intervenido fue C4/C5 seguido de C3/C4. La Infección del sitio operatorio fue la complicación más común, seguida por la fistula de líquido cefalorraquídeo.
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dc.subject.ddcMedicina y salud
dc.titleCaracterización, factores de riesgo y resultados en la cirugía de columna degenerativa del Hospital El Tunal en un período de 4 años
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dc.description.additionalEspecialista en Neurocirugía
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dc.publisher.branchUniversidad Nacional de Colombia - Sede Bogotá
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dc.subject.proposalColumna degenerativa
dc.subject.proposalDegenerative column
dc.subject.proposalDiscectomía
dc.subject.proposalDiscectomy
dc.subject.proposalSpinal stenosis
dc.subject.proposalCanal espinal estrecho
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