Actividad y tratamiento de la artritis reumatoide

Cynthia Yesenia Urbina Aucancela, Geyla Yomar Carrera Montero, Omar Santiago Quintana Domínguez, Lucia Nataly Guama Bonilla

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Introducción: el diagnóstico y el tratamiento de la artritis reumatoide temprano en el curso de la enfermedad proporciona alivio de los síntomas y también previene el daño estructural a largo plazo y el deterioro funcional, con una mejora concomitante en la calidad de vida.
Objetivo:
exponer enfoques de la artritis reumatoide en cuanto al tratamiento y comportamiento de la actividad de dicha enfermedad.
Desarrollo:
el reconocimiento de los pacientes con enfermedad que progresa rápidamente es fundamental para identificar candidatos en los cuales la terapia intensiva puede tener el mayor impacto, en términos de prevenir la progresión de la enfermedad.
Conclusiones:
los datos acumulados muestran que las estrategias de tratamiento intensivo con agentes biológicos, especialmente los inhibidores del TNF, son más efectivas que la monoterapia secuencial o la terapia de combinación progresiva. Estos muestran una eficacia sustancial en combinación con MTX, proporcionando beneficios y mejoras rápidos y sustanciales en los resultados del paciente.

Palabras clave

artritis reumatoide; curso de la enfermedad, tratamiento, comportamiento de la actividad

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