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Type: Artigo
Title: Generating evidence and understanding the treatment of osteoarthritis in Brazil: a study through Delphi methodology
Author: Coimbra, I.B.
Plapler, P.G.
de Campos, G.C.
Abstract: This study aimed to provide evidence for understanding how to treat osteoarthritis (OA) in our country. Therefore, it was necessary to match information and investigations related to the treatment of the disease from the three main types of specialists involved: Physiatrists, orthopedists and rheumatologists. The authors acted as a scientific advisory committee. From the initial discussions, a structured questionnaire was developed for use with a group of specialists on OA using the Delphi technique. The questionnaire was sent to 21 experts appointed by the authors, and the results obtained were critically analyzed and validated. RESULTS: The prevalence of OA was 33% in Brazil, corresponding to one-third of the individuals in the reference population, which included individuals over 25 years of age. Another significant finding was that most patients did not receive any form of treatment in the early stages of OA. The committee pointed to the need for early intervention and that the available medicinal resources can fulfil this important role, as is the case with SYSADOA treatments. Glucosamine-based medicinal products with or without chondroitin could also fulfill this need for early treatment. The other generated evidence and included investigations were then grouped together and are the subject of this publication. © 2019 CLINICS.
Subject: Dermatan sulfato
Glucosamina
Osteoartrite do joelho
Quimioterapia combinada
Country: Brasil
Editor: USP
Rights: Aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.6061/clinics/2019/e722
Address: https://europepmc.org/article/med/31090795
Date Issue: 2019
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