Importancia de la nutrición en pacientes adultos mayores con infección por COVID-19

Palabras clave: adultos mayores, COVID-19, desnutrición, SARS-CoV-2, terapia nutricional

Resumen

La nutrición cumple un valioso papel ante la infección por el nuevo coronavirus 2019 (covid-19), tanto para la prevención como para el tratamiento, y en particular en los pacientes adultos mayores, debido a que tienen un alto riesgo de desarrollar desnutrición, la cual podría desencadenar diversas complicaciones relacionadas a la enfermedad, sobre todo durante el periodo de hospitalización o en la unidad de cuidados intensivos. El manejo nutricional, además del manejo farmacológico, debe ser implementado de manera adecuada y oportuna por el personal de salud. El objetivo de la presente revisión es brindar información sobre la intervención nutricional para el manejo de personas adultas mayores con infección de COVID-19.

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María del Consuelo Velázquez Alva, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana

Magister en Ciencias de la Nutrición y los Alimentos, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana.

María Fernanda Cabrer Rosales, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana

Licenciada en Nutrición Humana y especialista en Nutrición Gerontológica, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana.

María Esther Irigoyen Camacho, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana

Doctora en Ciencias Odontológicas. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana.

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2021-03-25
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Velázquez AlvaM. del C., Cabrer RosalesM. F., & Irigoyen CamachoM. E. (2021). Importancia de la nutrición en pacientes adultos mayores con infección por COVID-19. Revista Facultad Nacional De Salud Pública, 39(2), 6. https://doi.org/10.17533/udea.rfnsp.e344210
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