9 agosto 2023

Razonamiento clínico basado en modificación de síntomas

Razonamiento clínicoFisioterapiaModificación de síntomasToma de decisiones
Vol. 5 Núm. 1 (2023): Junio



La implementación de razonamiento clínico basado en la modificación de síntomas requiere que los fisioterapeutas tengan un conocimiento profundo sobre terapia manual ortopédica y otras técnicas de tratamiento. Este tipo de razonamiento se basa en tres principios fundamentales: individualidad del paciente, interacción dinámica y evaluación continua. Se busca adaptar el tratamiento a cada paciente, considerando que sus condiciones pueden ser dinámicas o estáticas. Además, es esencial monitorizar constantemente la respuesta del paciente, ajustando intervenciones según los cambios en su sintomatología.

El razonamiento clínico basado en la modificación de síntomas sigue un proceso metodológico de al menos cinco fases, que incluye evaluación del paciente, planteamiento de hipótesis, prueba de intervenciones, toma de decisiones basada en respuestas y seguimiento del progreso del paciente. Este enfoque integral garantiza una atención personalizada y adaptable a las necesidades del paciente, promoviendo su bienestar y recuperación.

  Cómo citar

La Touche R. Razonamiento clínico basado en modificación de síntomas. MOVE [Internet]. 9 de agosto de 2023 [citado 22 de septiembre de 2023];5(1):467-73. Disponible en: https://jomts.com/index.php/MOVE/article/view/1074


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