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Avances en Enfermería
[av.enferm. -Col-]
2016 ene-abr; 34(1):
79-87

Recibido: 26/10/2011
Aprobado: 14/03/2016

Desarrollo investigativo en salud sexual de mujeres con cáncer de mama: una revisión integrativa

Luz Stella Bueno Robles,* Virginia Inés Soto-Lesmes**
*Doctora en Enfermería. Profesora Asistente, Facultad de Enfermería, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Sede Bogotá. **Doctora en Enfermería. Profesora Asociada, Facultad de Enfermería, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Sede Bogotá

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Bueno Robles, Luz Stella; Soto-Lesmes, Virginia Inés. Desarrollo investigativo en salud sexual de mujeres con cáncer de mama: una revisión integrativa. Avances en Enfemería. 2016 ene-abr, 34(1). En: <http://www.index-f.com/rae/341/341079.php> Consultado el


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Objetivo: Caracterizar la producción científica relacionada con la salud sexual en mujeres con cáncer de mama. Metodología: Revisión integrativa. Se realizó una búsqueda en las bases de datos Scopus, Medline, lilacs y scielo, así como búsquedas secundarias en revistas científicas. Se encontraron 85 artículos organizados y caracterizados por año, idioma y continente; edad promedio y tipos de tratamiento; metodología, perspectiva, enfoque, diseño, perspectiva disciplinar y tendencia temática. Resultados: La temática reportó mayor producción de conocimiento en los últimos 10 años. La tendencia de investigación se orienta hacia tres categorías: Salud sexual y cáncer de mama; Salud sexual en la mujer y tratamientos del cáncer de mama; y Salud sexual y relaciones de pareja. Conclusiones: La salud sexual en mujeres con cáncer de mama es un aspecto importante en la calidad de vida, que continuamente se ve alterada como resultado de la enfermedad y los efectos adversos de los tratamientos. Esta condición no sólo aqueja a la persona enferma, sino también a su pareja, por lo que se requiere del desarrollo de líneas de acción que permitan dar una atención integral a las mujeres con esta enfermedad.
Descriptores: Sexualidad/ Salud de la Mujer/ Neoplasias de la Mama/ Investigación en Enfermería/ Relaciones Interpersonales.
 

Abstract
Research development in sexual health of women with breast cáncer: a integrative review

Objective: Characterize the scientific production regarding sexual health of women with breast cancer. Methodology: Integrative review. A search was performed in databases Scopus, Medline, lilacs, and scielo; a secondary search in scientific journals was carried out. 85 articles were found with characterization by year, language, continent; mean age and types of treatment; methodology, perspective, approach, design, disciplinary approach, and thematic trend. Results: The topic of sexual health of women had a higher production in the last 10 years. The research trends are clustered in three categories: Sexual health and breast cancer; Women sexual health and treatment of breast cancer; and Sexual health and relationships. Conclusions: Sexual health in women with breast cancer is an important aspect of quality of life, continually altered as a result of disease and adverse effects of treatments, which is a condition that not only afflict the sick person, but also her partner. Therefore, the development of action lines to provide comprehensive care to women with breast cancer is required.
Descriptors: Sexuality/ Women’s Health/ Breast Neoplasms/ Nursing Research/ Interpersonal Relations.
 

Resumo
Desenvolvimento da pesquisa em saúde sexual de mulheres com câncer de mama: uma revisão integrativa

Objetivo: Caracterizar a produção científica relacionada com a saúde sexual em mulheres com câncer de mama. Metodologia: Revisão integrativa. Realizou-se uma busca nas bases de dados Scopus, Medline, lilacs e scielo, assim como buscas secundárias em revistas científicas. Foram achados 85 artigos organizados e caracterizados por ano, idioma e continente; média de idade e tipos de tratamento; metodología, perspectiva, abordagem, desenho, perspectiva disciplinar e tendência temática. Resultados: A temática reportou maior produção de conhecimento nos últimos 10 anos. A tendência de pesquisa orienta- se em três categorias: Saúde sexual e câncer de mama; Saúde sexual na mulher e tratamentos do câncer de mama; e Saúde sexual e relações de casais. Conclusões: A saúde sexual em mulheres com câncer de mama é um aspecto importante na qualidade de vida, que continuamente se vê alterada como resultado da doença e dos efeitos adversos dos tratamentos. Esta condição não só afeta à pessoa doente, mas também a seu casal, pelo que requer o desenvolvimento de linhas de ação que permitam dar uma atenção integral às mulheres com essa doença.
Descritores: Sexualidade/ Saúde da Mulher/ Neoplasias da Mama/ Pesquisa em Enfermagem/ Relações Interpessoais.
 

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