MULTIPROFESSIONAL ELECTRONIC PROTOCOL FOR DIGESTIVE SURGERY VALIDATION
Keywords:Electronic protocol, Data collection, Health Informatics
Background: The creation of a computerized clinical database with the ability to collect prospective information from patients and with the possibility of rescue and crossing data enables scientific studies of higher quality and credibility in less time. Aim: To validate, in a single master protocol, the clinical data referring to Surgery of Digestive System in a multidisciplinary way, incorporating it in the SINPEâ platform, and to verify the incidence of digestive diseases based on the prospectively performed collections. Method: Organize in one software, in a standardized structure, all the pre-existing items in the SINPEâ database; the theoretical basis was computerized through the MIGRASINPEâ module creating a single multiprofessional master protocol for use as a whole. Results: The existing specific protocols were created and/or adapted – they correspond to the most prevalent digestive diseases - unifying them. The possibility of multiprofessional use was created by integrating all data collected from Medicine, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Nutrition and Health Management in a prospective way. The total was 4,281 collections, distributed as follows: extrahepatic biliary tract n=1,786; esophagus n=1015; anorectal n=736; colon n=550; small intestine n=86; pancreas n=71; stomach=23; liver n=14. Conclusions: The validation of the unification and structuring in a single master protocol of the clinical data referring to the Surgery of the Digestive System in a multiprofessional and prospective way was possible and the epidemiological study carried out allowed to identify the most prevalent digestive diseases in a tertiary university hospital.
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