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Mirelle Varela Rodrigues Bandeira

Tainá Macedo do Vale

Lílian Pinheiro Francimat

Saiwori de Jesus Silva Bezerra dos Anjos

Antonio Rodrigues Ferreira Júnior

Resumen

Objetivo: Describir el conocimiento de los profesionales involucrados en la realización de la atención prenatal de riesgo habitual (médico, enfermero y odontólogo) acerca de la salud oral en la gestión. Método: Se realizó una revisión integrativa de literatura. La revisión bibliográfica se desarrolló por medio de la búsqueda en Medline, Lilacs y SciELO en el periodo de febrero y marzo de 2019. Se utilizó la técnica PICO para formulación de la pregunta orientadora y el checklist Prisma para extraer y organizar los estudios, de tal forma que la selección fue realizada independientemente por dos autores. La revisión fue dirigida hacia artículos originales que abordaran el conocimiento de los profesionales responsables por la atención prenatal acerca de la salud oral durante la gestación. Resultados: En la búsqueda resultaron seleccionados doce artículos, que abarcaron diferentes categorías profesionales involucradas en el cuidado prenatal. La categorización posibilitó la construcción de tres grandes áreas temáticas que subsidiaron el análisis de los conocimientos descritos: salud oral bajo la perspectiva de inclusión del acompañamiento odontológico en la atención prenatal; alfabetización en salud oral y resultados adversos del embarazo; y fragilidades percibidas y soluciones potenciales. Conclusión: Se constató que hay limitaciones en el conocimiento de los proveedores de la atención prenatal en cuanto a la relación entre salud oral y gestación, lo que refleja la necesidad de estudios, discusiones y formación profesional sobre esta temática para el fortalecimiento de la interdisciplinaridad en el cuidado prenatal.

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Keywords

profesionales de la salud, cuidado prenatal, salud oral, gestación

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Rodrigues Bandeira, M., Macedo do Vale, T., Pinheiro Francimat, L., Bezerra dos Anjos, S. de J. S., & Rodrigues Ferreira Júnior, A. (2020). Conocimiento de los profesionales sobre la salud oral durante la gestación: revisión integrativa. Gerencia Y Políticas De Salud, 19, 1-20. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.rgps19.cpso
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