Eficácia de condutas conservadoras para reversão da incontinência urinária em prostatectomizados: revisão sistemática / Efficacy of conservative approaches for reversing urinary incontinence in prostatectomized patients: a systematic review

Wenya Vanessa Alves Figueiredo, Fernanda Dorneles Morais, Thamer Lucca Adorno Claudino da Costa, Xisto Sena Passos, Jaasael Figueiredo e Silva

Abstract


Objetivo-. Este estudo teve por objetivo identificar, descrever detalhes e explanar os resultados das intervenções conservadoras utilizadas para reversão da incontinência urinária após prostatectomia. Métodos – Os bancos de dados Biblioteca Virtual em Saúde (BVS) e World Wide Science foram consultados para inclusão de 13 artigos originais publicados em inglês nos anos de 2017 a 2021. Tal revisão foi elaborada de acordo com o método PRISMA (Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses). Resultados- Foi possível constatar a importância de dispor de acorrimentos não invasivos no tratamento da incontinência urinária em prostatectomizados. Intervenções terapêuticas que associaram os exercícios para músculos do assoalho pélvico ao biofeedback, eletroterapia ou treinamento de musculatura abdominal obtiveram melhores resultados. Conclusão- Para o tratamento da incontinência urinária pós prostatectomia destacam-se as técnicas: treinamento de músculos do assoalho pélvico com biofeedback; treinamento sensório-motor com haste oscilatória e Pilates.


Keywords


Prostatectomia, Assoalho Pélvico e Incontinência Urinária.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv7n6-575

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