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dc.contributor.authorMojica-Perilla, Mónicaspa
dc.contributor.authorParra-Villa, Yamilenaspa
dc.contributor.authorOsma Zambrano, Sonia Esperanzaspa
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dc.date.issued2019-11-29
dc.identifier.issn2382-4603
dc.identifier.issn0123-7047
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12749/9916
dc.description.abstractIntroducción. En los últimos años, los problemas de salud mental durante el período prenatal se han convertido en un tema prioritario para el campo de la salud pública. A los efectos adversos que un estado de salud mental alterado representa para el bienestar de la madre y su descendencia se suma una debilidad de los sistemas de salud para dar respuesta a esta situación. En Colombia son aún inciertas las cifras de prevalencia de cualquier problema de salud mental durante la gestación, lo que dificulta la posibilidad de ofrecer una atención que considere las particularidades del contexto. El objetivo es diseñar un protocolo de tamización de depresión y ansiedad prenatal y factores de riesgo psicosocial asociados dirigido a usuarias del servicio de control prenatal de una institución hospitalaria del oriente colombiano. Metodología. La construcción del protocolo corresponde a un método formal de acuerdo a la clasificación realizada por el Ministerio de Protección Social de Colombia para las Guías de Práctica Clínica, incluye la revisión, síntesis y análisis de literatura sobre la ansiedad y la depresión prenatal (junto con los factores de riesgo psicosocial asociados) así como sobre las estrategias de detección y atención de las mismas. Esta revisión sirvió como base para la elaboración de una versión preliminar del protocolo que fue sometida a una revisión externa para verificar su validez, claridad y aplicabilidad, antes de proceder con el diseño de la versión final. Resultados. En concordancia con lo reportado en la literatura, el protocolo incluye la aplicación de instrumentos para la identificación de síntomas de ansiedad, depresión y factores de riesgo psicosocial asociados, tales como variables sociodemográficas (edad, nivel educativo, ocupación e ingresos económicos), el soporte social percibido y la calidad de la relación de pareja, antecedentes psicológicos y psiquiátricos personales y familiares, factores relacionados con el embarazo como complicaciones o experiencias negativas previas, características de personalidad y vivencia de eventos adversos y estresantes de la vida. Conclusiones. El protocolo da respuesta al vacío de identificación y atención a los problemas de salud mental de las gestantes.spa
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dc.relation.urihttps://revistas.unab.edu.co/index.php/medunab/article/view/2867
dc.sourceMedUNAB; Vol. 22 Núm. 3 (2019): diciembre 2019 - marzo 2020: Dolor oncológico, Falla cardíaca, Obesidad; 341-355
dc.subjectEmbarazo
dc.subjectDepresión
dc.subjectAnsiedad
dc.subjectTamización
dc.subjectImpacto psicosocial
dc.titleTamización de síntomas de depresión, ansiedad prenatal y factores de riesgo psicosocial asociados en usuarias del servicio de control prenatal. Reflexiones en torno a la construcción del protocolo
dc.title.translatedScreening for symptoms of depression, prenatal anxiety and psychosocial risk factors among users of prenatal control services. Reflections on creation of the protocol
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dc.subject.keywordsPregnancyeng
dc.subject.keywordsDepressioneng
dc.subject.keywordsAnxietyeng
dc.subject.keywordsScreeningeng
dc.subject.keywordsPsychosocial impacteng
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dc.description.abstractenglishIntroduction. In recent years, mental health problems during the prenatal period have become a priority in the public health field. The weakness of the healthcare systems’ response to this situation adds to the adverse effects that an altered state of mental health can pose for the well-being of the mother and her child. In Colombia, the figures of prevalence of any mental health problem during pregnancy are still unknown, which hinders the possibility of providing care that considers the specific nature of the context. The objective is to design a protocol to screen for depression, prenatal anxiety and related psychosocial risk factors among users of the prenatal control service of a hospital in east Colombia. Methodology. The creation of the protocol consists of a formal method in accordance with the classification carried out by the Colombian Ministry of Social Protection for the Clinical Practice Guidelines. It includes the review, summary and analysis of literature on prenatal depression and anxiety (together with the related psychosocial risk factors), as well as the detection and response strategies for them. This review served as a basis to prepare a preliminary version of the protocol, which was subject to an external review to verify its validity, clarity and suitability, before proceeding with the design of the final version. Results. In accordance with the literature, the protocol includes the application of instruments to identify symptoms of anxiety and depression, as well as related psychosocial risk factors, such as sociodemographic variables (age, level of education, occupation and financial income); the perceived social support and quality of the couple relationship; personal and family psychological and psychiatric history; factors related to pregnancy, such as previous complications or negative experiences; personality characteristics; and experience of adverse and stressful life events. Conclusions. The protocol responds to the gap in the identification of and response to mental health problems among pregnant women.eng
dc.identifier.doi10.29375/01237047.2867
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