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    dc.contributor.authorMartinez Caceres, Martín Jesua.-
    dc.contributor.authorRubio Duarte, Maria Camila.-
    dc.date.accessioned2023-06-26T22:22:06Z-
    dc.date.available2021-03-11-
    dc.date.available2023-06-26T22:22:06Z-
    dc.date.issued2021-
    dc.identifier.citationMartinez Caceres, M.J; Rubio Duarte, M. C. (2020). La hipertensión arterial como factor de riesgo principal al padecimiento de una enfermedad cerebro vascular asociado a una afasia [Trabajo de Grado Pregrado, Universidad de Pamplona]. Repositorio Hulago Universidad de Pamplona http://repositoriodspace.unipamplona.edu.co/jspui/handle/20.500.12744/7137es_CO
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    dc.descriptionINTRODUCCIÓN: El objetivo de esta revisión sistemática de asociación factor de riesgo o etiología establecer la relación entre la Hipertensión Arterial HTA como factor de riesgo de Enfermedad Cerebro Vascular ECV, como principal causa de la afasia. METODOS: Se llevó a cabo una revisión sistemática de etiología con metaanálisis utilizando las variables, representadas en el acrónimo P.E.O. Población y problema de salud (Adultos con afasia secundaria a ECV), Exposición de interés (Hipertensión Arterial) y Resultado (Estudios de casos y controles que incluyan análisis cuantitativo, representados en medidas de Odds Ratio) se utilizó una ventana de tiempo de 10 años. RESULTADOS: Se observa que el OR del Metaanálisis usando los modelos de efectos fijos es significativamente mayor que 1 (p-valor < 0,0001) y el OR del Metaanálisis usando los modelos de efectos aleatorios es significativamente mayor que 1 (p-valor = 0,0048). ANÁLISIS Y DISCUSIÓN: La evidencia sustenta la relación que tiene la Hipertensión Arterial como factor de riesgo principal para el padecimiento de una enfermedad cerebrovascular asociado a un cuadro clínico de afasia. CONCLUSIONES: Se prueba que la HTA si es el factor de riesgo principal para la ECV y asimismo la ECV como desencadenante de Afasia.es_CO
    dc.description.abstractINTRODUCTION: The objective of this review of risk factor association or etiology is to establish the relationship between arterial hypertension as a risk factor for stroke as the main cause of aphasia. METHODS: A systematic etiology review with meta-analysis was carried out using the variables, represented by the acronym P.E.O. Population and health problem (Adults with aphasia secondary to Stroke), Exposure of interest (Arterial Hypertension) and Outcome (Case-control studies that include quantitative analysis, represented in Odds Ratio measures), a time window of 10 years was used . RESULTS: It is observed that the OR of the meta-analysis using the fixed-effect models is significantly greater than 1 (p-value <0.0001) and the OR of the meta-analysis using the random-effects models is significantly greater than 1 (p-value = 0, 0048). ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION: The evidence supports the relationship that arterial hypertension has as the main risk factor for suffering a stroke associated with a clinical picture of aphasia. CONCLUSIONS: It can be shown that hypertension is the main risk factor for Stroke and also Stroke as a trigger for aphasia.es_CO
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    dc.publisherUniversidad de Pamplona - Facultad de Salud.es_CO
    dc.subjectHipertensión.es_CO
    dc.subjectEnfermedad Cerebro Vascular.es_CO
    dc.subjectFactor de riesgo.es_CO
    dc.subjectAfasia.es_CO
    dc.subjectRevisión sistemática.es_CO
    dc.subjectMetaanálisis.es_CO
    dc.titleLa hipertensión arterial como factor de riesgo principal al padecimiento de una enfermedad cerebro vascular asociado a una afasia.es_CO
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    dc.date.accepted2020-12-11-
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