Avaliação do suporte social e da adesão medicamentosa em pacientes com doença arterial coronariana

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https://doi.org/10.5216/ree.v23.66979

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Apoio Social, Adesão à Medicação, Doença da Artéria Coronariana, Enfermagem

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Objetivo: Avaliar a adesão medicamentosa e o suporte social percebido e sua associação em pacientes hospitalizados por Doença Arterial Coronária. Método: Estudo transversal envolvendo pacientes hospitalizados por Síndrome Coronariana Aguda ou Crônica. A adesão medicamentosa foi avaliada pelo Brief Medication Questionnaire e o suporte social pela Escala de Apoio Social do Medical Outcomes Study. Valor p<0,05 foi considerado como significativo. Resultados: Incluídos 59 pacientes, sendo que 50,8% foram classificados como potencial para não adesão e 37,3% como não aderentes. O suporte social percebido identificado foi considerado como quase sempre a sempre. Os pacientes aderentes e aqueles classificados como potencial para não adesão apresentaram maior escore no domínio emocional/informacional quando comparados com aqueles classificados como potencial para adesão (p=0,01). Conclusão: Houve alta prevalência de baixa adesão medicamentosa e altos escores de suporte social percebido. O suporte emocional e de informação apresentou associação com os níveis de adesão medicamentosa.

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Biografia do Autor

Bruno Rodrigues Hermano, Universidade Federal de São Paulo

Universidade Federal de São Paulo – São Paulo (SP), Brasil. E-mail: brunorhermano@gmail.com.

Alba Lúcia Bottura Leite de Barros, Universidade Federal de São Paulo

Universidade Federal de São Paulo – São Paulo (SP), Brasil. E-mail: barros.alba@unifesp.br.

Juliana de Lima Lopes, Universidade Federal de São Paulo. 

Universidade Federal de São Paulo – São Paulo (SP), Brasil. E-mail: juliana.lima@unifesp.br.

Mariana Alvina dos Santos, Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso do Sul

Universidade Federal do Mato Grosso do Sul – Três Lagoas (MS), Brasil. E-mail: marifamema@yahoo.com.br.

Camila Takao Lopes, Universidade Federal de São Paulo

Universidade Federal de São Paulo – São Paulo (SP), Brasil. E-mail: ctlopes@unifesp.br.

Vinicius Batista Santos, Universidade Federal de São Paulo

Universidade Federal de São Paulo – São Paulo (SP), Brasil. E-mail: v.santos@unifesp.br.

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13-07-2021

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Hermano BR, Barros ALBL de, Lopes J de L, Santos MA dos, Lopes CT, Santos VB. Avaliação do suporte social e da adesão medicamentosa em pacientes com doença arterial coronariana. Rev. Eletr. Enferm. [Internet]. 13º de julho de 2021 [citado 22º de setembro de 2021];23. Disponível em: https://revistas.ufg.br/fen/article/view/66979

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