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Adherencia al tratamiento antituberculoso: Voces de los implicados
Mu?oz Sánchez,Alba Idaly; Rubiano Mesa,Yurian Lida; Laza Vásquez,Celmira;
Index de Enfermería , 2011, DOI: 10.4321/S1132-12962011000100014
Abstract: tuberculosis has been a constant in human history and currently are estimated more than 9.27 million people infected worldwide, mostly concentrated in poor regions and also victims of the hiv / aids: asia, africa and the americas. one of the ongoing challenges in the fight for control of the disease is to prevent the abandonment or non-adherence to treatment by carriers. in this review article examines, from scientific literature, the meanings of the adhesion of carriers and professionals working in tb control programs. meanings revealed o the involved ones are: dramatic changes on life style, the burden generated by the treatment for carriers and their families, the social stigma of tb for both, and the implementation of a dots strategy (directly observed treatment short-course) for health professionals.
Adherencia al tratamiento antituberculoso: Voces de los implicados The adherence to antituberculosis treatment: voices of those involved
Alba Idaly Mu?oz Sánchez,Yurian Lida Rubiano Mesa,Celmira Laza Vásquez
Index de Enfermería , 2011,
Abstract: La Tuberculosis (TB) ha sido una constante en la historia de la humanidad y en la actualidad se calculan más de 9,27 millones personas portadoras en todo el mundo, concentrada en las regiones más pobres y víctimas además de la pandemia VIH/SIDA: Asia, áfrica y las Américas. Uno de los retos actuales en la lucha por el control de la enfermedad es evitar el abandono o no adherencia al tratamiento por parte de los portadores. En este artículo analiza, a partir de la literatura científica, los significados de la adherencia de portadores y profesionales que laboran en programas de control de Tuberculosis. Se develan significados de los involucrados: drásticos cambios de vida y la carga que implica el tratamiento para los portadores y sus familias; y la estigmatización social de la Tuberculosis para ambos, así como el cumplimiento de la estrategia DOTS (Directly Observed Treatment short-course) para los profesionales. Tuberculosis has been a constant in human history and currently are estimated more than 9.27 million people infected worldwide, mostly concentrated in poor regions and also victims of the HIV / AIDS: Asia, Africa and the Americas. One of the ongoing challenges in the fight for control of the disease is to prevent the abandonment or non-adherence to treatment by carriers. In this review article examines, from scientific literature, the meanings of the adhesion of carriers and professionals working in TB control programs. Meanings revealed o the involved ones are: dramatic changes on life style, the burden generated by the treatment for carriers and their families, the social stigma of TB for both, and the implementation of a DOTS strategy (Directly Observed Treatment short-course) for health professionals.
Una aproximación al estado de la partería tradicional en Colombia
Laza Vásquez,Celmira;
Index de Enfermería , 2012, DOI: 10.4321/S1132-12962012000100012
Abstract: in colombia there are two systems of care delivery: the formal and traditional. the second is still in use because of the low health coverage associated with pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period provided by the proper system, and other cultural factors. however, despite the consolidation of traditional midwifery and existence of the midwife figure in remote rural areas and urban marginal in the country, the lack of scientific knowledge persist of this event; who takes current impact in the presentation of mortality and maternal and perinatal morbidity. this paper aims to discuss about the need for research addressing the issue of midwives and traditional birth attendant. it presents the few results of the research progress on this subject, we present some outstanding balances to respond from scientific research and the possible contribution that could perform the traditional midwives to improve the health of women.
Irene Galeano: El saber de una partera tradicional del Magdalena medio
Laza Vásquez,Celmira;
Index de Enfermería , 2008, DOI: 10.4321/S1132-12962008000400014
Abstract: madeleine leininger in her theory of multicultural infirmary emphasizes coherence, participation, system of values and patient?s treatment as well. for this reason infirmary must find strategies allowing the concept of sensibility and the awareness people have of their health problems in order to deal with their own urban context and their needs for self care through a biographic narration. the patients have the opportunity to express their true reality and mainly their own experience about health and illness - process. the purpose of this article is to reveal experiences narrated by the protagonist (an urban midwife) from the magdalena region, "a colombian area". this true story is full of believes and unique cultural details from the rural region of the department (state) of antioquia where they set methods for woman?s care during delivery and after it.
Vivencias y anhelos en el contexto de la Guerra: Conceptualizaciones de salud-enfermedad en el Valle del Río Cimitarra (Colombia)
Laza Vásquez,Celmira;
Index de Enfermería , 2010, DOI: 10.4321/S1132-12962010000200029
Abstract: this 2008 study described the concepts of health and disease in rural communities in the remote rural region of valle del río cimitarra, colombian magdalena medio. qualitative descriptive study with triangulation techniques for gathering information: group discussion, graphical representation, participant observation and semi-structured depth interviews. the information provided by farmers of all ages was analyzed under the hermeneutic interpretive method. emerging categories were "emotional and physical well-being" versus "unrest" were determined by the development of social and armed conflict and constructed as opposite from a collective and comprehensive speech in which privileged social determinants of health over the biology. in addition, they were permeated by the history of colonization of the jungle area, the relationship with nature and processes of peaceful resistance peasant. the cherished dream of health is not alienating and constructed within the framework of organizational processes by which they improve their living conditions and demanding respect for their rights. the disease is a reflection of reality lived.
Con el poder de Dios y el saber campesino: curando al picao de culebra en el Valle del Río Cimitarra
Laza Vásquez,Celmira;
Index de Enfermería , 2011, DOI: 10.4321/S1132-12962011000100024
Abstract: the cimitarra river valley is a rural area forest landscape and forest, where the ophidic accident is common.there is a limited access to antivenom serum, due to its distance from the municipal area, the deplorable conditions of roads, lack of health care facilities and the lack of safety and public nuisance resulting from the development of social conflict and armed. because of this, people bitten by snakes are attended mostly by traditional health agents. manuel sabana is a healer of the region experienced in treating people who are bitten by venomous snakes. this article narrates through biographical narrative the way he cures. he explains that he feels as an "instrument of god," which combined with the power of the word using the 'secret' and the peasant knowledge, he removes the "benumb" caused by the poison.
RECONSTRUYENDO LA MEMORIA COLECTIVA DE LOS CUIDADOS PARA LA SALUD EN EL VALLE DEL RíO CIMITARRA: UNA PROPUESTA INVESTIGATIVA
LAZA VáSQUEZ,CELMIRA;
Ciencia y enfermería , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-95532009000200003
Abstract: the experience of a research proposal of medium term that is currently developing is presented. the purpose, is trying to know the health care in the dynamic, social, economical and political context in which they have determined them in order to contribute to the construction of the health empowering and consideration of the identity of rural population, that in its conformation, different cultural backgrounds and socio-political and economic conditions, product of forced relocation produced by violence have influenced them, and the social and armed conflict that is been developed in the valley of the cimitarra river - colombian medium magdalena. the research context is approached and the "route" following is: the construction of the health problems experience, description of the care practices, the traditional agents, traditional resources used for care and the communities’ health expenses. an attempt of triangulation by the complexity of the study phenomenon is set out. the theoretical referents used are the universality theory and the diversity of the cultural care, the medical sociology and the critical medical anthropology. methodologically, the quantitative approach is assumed, and for the collection of information, ethnography techniques and action-research. the interpretative-hermeneutic method is proposed for the analysis of the information.
Vivencias y anhelos en el contexto de la Guerra: Conceptualizaciones de salud-enfermedad en el Valle del Río Cimitarra (Colombia) Living experiences and whishes in the context in the war: Conceptualizing on health-disease in the Cimitarra River Valley (Colombia)
Celmira Laza Vásquez
Index de Enfermería , 2010,
Abstract: Estudio realizado en 2008 que describió las conceptualizaciones de salud y enfermedad de las comunidades rurales de la apartada región rural del Valle del río Cimitarra, Magdalena Medio colombiano. Estudio cualitativo descriptivo con triangulación de las técnicas de recolección de la información: discusión de grupo, representación gráfica, observación participante y entrevistas semi-estructuradas. La información brindada por campesinos de todas las edades se analizó bajo el método interpretativo hermenéutico. Las categorías emergentes fueron el "Bienestar físico y emocional" versus "Intranquilidad", estuvieron determinadas por el desarrollo del conflicto social y armado y construidas como opuestas, desde un discurso integral y colectivo en el cual se privilegiaron los determinantes sociales de la salud sobre lo biológico. Además, se encontraban permeadas por la historia de colonización del territorio selvático, la relación con la naturaleza y los procesos de resistencia pacífica campesina. El sue o anhelado de la salud no es enajenante y se construye en el marco de los procesos organizativos mediante los cuales mejoran sus condiciones de vida y reclaman el respeto de sus derechos. La enfermedad es el reflejo de la realidad vivida. This 2008 study described the concepts of health and disease in rural communities in the remote rural region of Valle del Río Cimitarra, Colombian Magdalena Medio. Qualitative descriptive study with triangulation techniques for gathering information: group discussion, graphical representation, participant observation and semi-structured depth interviews. The information provided by farmers of all ages was analyzed under the hermeneutic interpretive method. Emerging categories were "emotional and physical well-being" versus "unrest" were determined by the development of social and armed conflict and constructed as opposite from a collective and comprehensive speech in which privileged social determinants of health over the biology. In addition, they were permeated by the history of colonization of the jungle area, the relationship with nature and processes of peaceful resistance peasant. The cherished dream of health is not alienating and constructed within the framework of organizational processes by which they improve their living conditions and demanding respect for their rights. The disease is a reflection of reality lived.
Con el poder de Dios y el saber campesino: curando al picao de culebra en el Valle del Río Cimitarra With the power of God and the peasant knowledge: healing the snake's bite at Valle del Río Cimitarra
Celmira Laza Vásquez
Index de Enfermería , 2011,
Abstract: El Valle del río Cimitarra es una zona rural dominada por el paisaje selvático y boscoso por lo cual son frecuentes los accidentes ofídicos. Sin embargo, producto de su lejanía de las cabeceras municipales, las deplorables condiciones de las vías de comunicación, la inexistencia de centros de atención sanitaria y las condiciones de inseguridad y alteraciones del orden público producto del conflicto social y armado, es bajo el acceso al suero antiofídico. Por lo anterior, las personas mordidas por serpientes son atendidas, en su mayoría, por agentes tradicionales de salud. Manuel Sabana es un curandero de la región experto en tratar a los habitantes que son picados por serpientes venenosas y narra, mediante un relato biográfico, como los cura. Lo hace sintiéndose un "instrumento de Dios", combinando el poder de la palabra mediante el "secreto" y del saber campesino para sacar el "pasmo" que causa el veneno. The Cimitarra River Valley is a rural area forest landscape and forest, where the ophidic accident is common.There is a limited access to antivenom serum, due to its distance from the municipal area, the deplorable conditions of roads, lack of health care facilities and the lack of safety and public nuisance resulting from the development of social conflict and armed. Because of this, people bitten by snakes are attended mostly by traditional health agents. Manuel Sabana is a healer of the region experienced in treating people who are bitten by venomous snakes. This article narrates through biographical narrative the way he cures. He explains that he feels as an "instrument of God," which combined with the power of the word using the 'secret' and the peasant knowledge, he removes the "benumb" caused by the poison.
Irene Galeano: El saber de una partera tradicional del Magdalena medio Irene Galeano: the knowledge of a traditional midwife in the Magdalena zone
Celmira Laza Vásquez
Index de Enfermería , 2008,
Abstract: Madeleine Leininger en su teoría enfermería transcultural, pone énfasis en la coherencia entre las intervenciones de enfermería y el sistema de valores así como el contexto cultural que rodea al sujeto de cuidado. Por tanto la enfermera debe buscar estrategias que le permitan ser sensible a la concepción que tienen las personas de sus problemas de salud con el fin de mediar entre el contexto cultural y las necesidades de cuidado de la persona. Por medio de un relato biográfico se da la oportunidad a los sujetos de cuidado de expresar la complejidad de su realidad y sobre todo la experiencia de la persona frente sus procesos de salud - enfermedad. El presente artículo tiene como objetivo narrar en la voz de su protagonista, la experiencia de vida de una partera tradicional de la región del Magdalena medio colombiano. En la narración, se entrecruzan las creencias y acervos culturales propios de la región rural del departamento de Antioquia y que determinan las prácticas de cuidado para la atención de la mujer durante el parto y el puerperio. Madeleine Leininger in her theory of multicultural infirmary emphasizes coherence, participation, system of values and patient’s treatment as well. For this reason infirmary must find strategies allowing the concept of sensibility and the awareness people have of their health problems in order to deal with their own urban context and their needs for self care through a biographic narration. The patients have the opportunity to express their true reality and mainly their own experience about health and illness - process. The purpose of this article is to reveal experiences narrated by the protagonist (an urban midwife) from the Magdalena region, "a Colombian area". This true story is full of believes and unique cultural details from the rural region of the department (state) of Antioquia where they set methods for woman’s care during delivery and after it.
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