Efeito da atividade física como potencial redutor de cardiotoxicidade no câncer pediátrico – uma revisão de literatura / Effect of physical activity as a potential cardiotoxicity reducer in pediatric cancer - a literature review

Authors

  • Ana Patricia Dubón
  • Augusto de Moraes Flores
  • Cristiane Kilian
  • Marina Machado
  • Suellen Cristina Roussenq
  • Mirella Dias
  • Magnus Benetti

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv7n4-255

Keywords:

Câncer, Pediatria, Cardiotoxicidade, Atividade física, Oncologia.

Abstract

Introdução: No câncer, sabe-se que o treinamento aeróbico, bem como o de força muscular são estratégias seguras para os pacientes e altamente recomendados devido à melhora da mobilidade funcional, fadiga, composição corporal, flexibilidade, aptidão cardiorrespiratória, qualidade de vida e na redução de riscos de cardiomiopatias induzidas pelo tratamento. Objetivo:  Realização de uma Revisão de Literatura sobre o efeito da atividade física como potencial redutor de cardiotoxicidade em pacientes pediátricos com câncer. Métodos: Foi realizada a etapa de identificação e seleção dos artigos de acordo com o recomendado pelo PRISMA, sendo executada a estratégia de busca com MeSH e DeCS nas plataformas PubMed, Scopus e Scielo seguindo a etapa de seleção dos estudos e extração dos dados, baseando-se no acrômio P.I.C.O., com 3 avaliadores e um  revisor no caso de discrepância entre os avaliadores. Resultados: Inicialmente foram encontrados 3.518 artigos dos quais foram selecionados 106 para continuar com a etapa de leitura dos resumos, 18 para leitura na íntegra e, ao final, de acordo com os critérios de inclusão e exclusão do estudo não houve nenhum artigo adequado para a revisão. Conclusão:  Após uma revisão literária dos estudos disponíveis, percebeu-se uma carência de estudos relacionando atividade física e seus benefícios sobre a cardiotoxicidade durante o tratamento oncológico. O que se torna contraditório, uma vez que já existem muitos estudos abordando os efeitos positivos do exercício sobre a cardiotoxicidade tanto na população adulta, como na pediátrica. Assim, são necessários mais estudos na área.

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Published

2021-04-09

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Dubón, A. P., Flores, A. de M., Kilian, C., Machado, M., Roussenq, S. C., Dias, M., & Benetti, M. (2021). Efeito da atividade física como potencial redutor de cardiotoxicidade no câncer pediátrico – uma revisão de literatura / Effect of physical activity as a potential cardiotoxicity reducer in pediatric cancer - a literature review. Brazilian Journal of Development, 7(4), 37036–37051. https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv7n4-255

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