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Rev. Educ. Contin. Med. Vet. Zootec. CRMV-SP (Online) ; 19(1): e38097, abr. 2021. graf, tab
Artigo em Português | VETINDEX | ID: biblio-1489072

Resumo

O presente estudo avaliou a efetividade de simulador de sutura de silicone frente ao modelo usual em feltro e bastidor no desenvolvimento da habilidade em síntese cirúrgica. Vinte e seis alunos de Medicina Veterinária, sem vivência cirúrgica, foram distribuídos em dois grupos: o primeiro utilizou modelo de simulador em silicone e o segundo o simulador em bastidor e feltro. Em três encontros foram abordados conceitos sobre síntese, tipos de sutura e treinamento prático. Para avaliar sua experiência e percepções, os alunos responderam a um questionário e foram avaliados pelos professores na confecção dos padrões de sutura. Na avaliação do questionário, o simulador em silicone foi superior em sete das 10 questões. Na avaliação dos docentes, não houve diferença entre os grupos. Concluímos que ambos os modelos foram efetivos no desenvolvimento da habilidade cirúrgica, porém, a aceitabilidade dos alunos foi superior no modelo inovador.


This study compared the efficiency of a novel silicone model to a traditional low-fidelity method on the acquisition of surgical synthesis skills. Twenty-six veterinary students with no prior surgical training were randomly allocated into two groups: the first used a novel silicon model and second trained on a traditional set up. During three sessions, subjects such as synthesis, suture patterns, and suture practice were discussed. In order to assess the students experiences and perceptions, a questionary was applied. Students were also evaluated by teachers who scored their suture patterns. The questionary showed that the silicone model was superior in 7 out of 10 questions. No significant differences were detected between groups on the assessment by the teachers. This study shows that either model is effective for the development of suture skills. Nonetheless, the novel silicone model tested here has better acceptability when compared with the traditional model.


Assuntos
Medicina Veterinária , Silicones/administração & dosagem , Silicones/análise , Técnicas de Sutura/veterinária
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R. Educ. contin. Med. Vet. Zoot. ; 19(1): e38097, abr. 2021. graf, tab
Artigo em Português | VETINDEX | ID: vti-30703

Resumo

O presente estudo avaliou a efetividade de simulador de sutura de silicone frente ao modelo usual em feltro e bastidor no desenvolvimento da habilidade em síntese cirúrgica. Vinte e seis alunos de Medicina Veterinária, sem vivência cirúrgica, foram distribuídos em dois grupos: o primeiro utilizou modelo de simulador em silicone e o segundo o simulador em bastidor e feltro. Em três encontros foram abordados conceitos sobre síntese, tipos de sutura e treinamento prático. Para avaliar sua experiência e percepções, os alunos responderam a um questionário e foram avaliados pelos professores na confecção dos padrões de sutura. Na avaliação do questionário, o simulador em silicone foi superior em sete das 10 questões. Na avaliação dos docentes, não houve diferença entre os grupos. Concluímos que ambos os modelos foram efetivos no desenvolvimento da habilidade cirúrgica, porém, a aceitabilidade dos alunos foi superior no modelo inovador.(AU)


This study compared the efficiency of a novel silicone model to a traditional low-fidelity method on the acquisition of surgical synthesis skills. Twenty-six veterinary students with no prior surgical training were randomly allocated into two groups: the first used a novel silicon model and second trained on a traditional set up. During three sessions, subjects such as synthesis, suture patterns, and suture practice were discussed. In order to assess the students experiences and perceptions, a questionary was applied. Students were also evaluated by teachers who scored their suture patterns. The questionary showed that the silicone model was superior in 7 out of 10 questions. No significant differences were detected between groups on the assessment by the teachers. This study shows that either model is effective for the development of suture skills. Nonetheless, the novel silicone model tested here has better acceptability when compared with the traditional model.(AU)


Assuntos
Técnicas de Sutura/veterinária , Silicones/administração & dosagem , Silicones/análise , Medicina Veterinária
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Acta sci. vet. (Impr.) ; 49(suppl.1): Pub.597-Jan 4, 2021. ilus
Artigo em Inglês | VETINDEX | ID: biblio-1458460

Resumo

Background: Intestinal diverticulum is an abnormality resulting in the formation of a blind-ended saccular pouch that canbe acquired either congenital, true (involving all intestinal layers) or false (involving the mucosa and submucosa), withextraluminal and intraluminal type. In humans, the acquired is more frequent, the colon is the most affected segment followed by duodenum; and majority cases of duodenal diverticula remains asymptomatic, but biliary obstruction, recurrentacute pancreatitis, hemorrhagic ulcer, proximal intestinal obstruction and perforation may occur. The aim of this report isto present a case of a congenital disease in dogs, prone to misdiagnosis due to non-specific clinical signs.Case: An 8-month-old male Boxer was evaluated due to recurrent hyporexia, vomiting, melena and syncope over threemonths with signs of a possible intestinal obstruction. Physical examination showed no abnormalities except for palemucous membranes. Complete blood count revealed anemia and leukocytosis. Platelets and biochemical profiles werenormal. Abdominal ultrasound examination indicated a dilated duodenum, measuring approximately 3.36 cm in diameter,with heterogeneous fluid content and hyperechoic structures with acoustic shadow, peristalsis appeared decreased andnon-progressive. The gastrointestinal positive contrast study was performed to better evaluate abnormalities detected atultrasonography. Images after 30 min of contrast administration demonstrated a marked distension of the duodenum, filledwith contrast and a mildly filled stomach displaced to the left. Sixty min after contrast administration a marked distensionof the entire duodenum, with tortuous aspect and filled with contrast was seen. The caudal duodenal flexure was connectedto a large barium filled saccular structure that measured approximately 7 cm in diameter...


Assuntos
Masculino , Animais , Cães , Cães/anormalidades , Divertículo/diagnóstico por imagem , Divertículo/veterinária , Duodenopatias/veterinária , Dilatação Patológica/veterinária , Ultrassonografia/veterinária
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Acta sci. vet. (Online) ; 49(suppl.1): Pub. 597, Jan 22, 2021. ilus
Artigo em Inglês | VETINDEX | ID: vti-762677

Resumo

Background: Intestinal diverticulum is an abnormality resulting in the formation of a blind-ended saccular pouch that canbe acquired either congenital, true (involving all intestinal layers) or false (involving the mucosa and submucosa), withextraluminal and intraluminal type. In humans, the acquired is more frequent, the colon is the most affected segment followed by duodenum; and majority cases of duodenal diverticula remains asymptomatic, but biliary obstruction, recurrentacute pancreatitis, hemorrhagic ulcer, proximal intestinal obstruction and perforation may occur. The aim of this report isto present a case of a congenital disease in dogs, prone to misdiagnosis due to non-specific clinical signs.Case: An 8-month-old male Boxer was evaluated due to recurrent hyporexia, vomiting, melena and syncope over threemonths with signs of a possible intestinal obstruction. Physical examination showed no abnormalities except for palemucous membranes. Complete blood count revealed anemia and leukocytosis. Platelets and biochemical profiles werenormal. Abdominal ultrasound examination indicated a dilated duodenum, measuring approximately 3.36 cm in diameter,with heterogeneous fluid content and hyperechoic structures with acoustic shadow, peristalsis appeared decreased andnon-progressive. The gastrointestinal positive contrast study was performed to better evaluate abnormalities detected atultrasonography. Images after 30 min of contrast administration demonstrated a marked distension of the duodenum, filledwith contrast and a mildly filled stomach displaced to the left. Sixty min after contrast administration a marked distensionof the entire duodenum, with tortuous aspect and filled with contrast was seen. The caudal duodenal flexure was connectedto a large barium filled saccular structure that measured approximately 7 cm in diameter...(AU)


Assuntos
Animais , Masculino , Cães , Cães/anormalidades , Divertículo/veterinária , Divertículo/diagnóstico por imagem , Duodenopatias/veterinária , Ultrassonografia/veterinária , Dilatação Patológica/veterinária
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