Enfermedad inflamatoria intestinal durante el embarazo

consideraciones terapéuticas

Palabras clave: enfermedades inflamatorias del intestino, enfermedad de Crohn, colitis ulcerosa, embarazo, terapia biológica

Resumen

La enfermedad inflamatoria intestinal es una condición crónica inflamatoria, compleja y multifactorial, que ha venido siendo más incidente y prevalente en las últimas décadas. Con los años, se han creado diversos medicamentos para el manejo de la enfermedad, tanto en periodos de exacerbación como de mantenimiento, con el objetivo primordial de mantenerla en remisión. Debido a que las mujeres en edad reproductiva no son excluidas del diagnóstico, en caso de un embarazo, es necesario definir la terapia más adecuada, considerando los beneficios maternos del tratamiento y el riesgo fetal que podría tener la terapia a utilizar.

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Biografía del autor/a

Dra. Mariana Chaves De Simone, Investigador independiente, San José, Costa Rica

Médica general, graduada de la Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR), cod. MED16820, correo: marichds@gmail.com

Dr. Juan Carlos Garnier Fernández, Área de salud Aguas Zarcas, Alajuela, Costa Rica

Médico general, graduado de la Universidad de Iberoamérica (UNIBE), correo: juankgarnier@gmail.com

Dr. José Daniel Pérez Muñoz, Investigador independiente, Heredia, Costa Rica

Médico general, graduado de la Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR), cod. MED16511, correo: josedan_pm@hotmail.com

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2020-12-01
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Chaves De Simone M, Garnier Fernández JC, Pérez Muñoz JD. Enfermedad inflamatoria intestinal durante el embarazo. Rev.méd.sinerg. [Internet]. 1 de diciembre de 2020 [citado 15 de enero de 2021];5(12):e614. Disponible en: https://revistamedicasinergia.com/index.php/rms/article/view/614
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