Manejo de la pancreatitis aguda litiásica en la embarazada

Camila Andrea Fernandez, Jorge Carvajal, Fernando Crovari E, Claudio Vera, José Poblete L

Resumen


La pancreatitis aguda (PA) es una patología poco frecuente durante el embarazo, siendo la colelitiasis una de sus principales etiologías y Chile uno de los países con más altas prevalencias de colelitiasis en el mundo. Esta patología clásicamente ha reportado altas tasas de mortalidad materno-fetal, así como también riesgo de morbilidad fetal. Sin embargo, gracias a los avances en terapia de soporte y mejoras en unidades de neonatología, en la actualidad el pronóstico con un adecuado tratamiento es alentador. Nos parece imperativo tener protocolos adecuados de toma de decisión en la embarazada con pancreatitis aguda, puesto que, a pesar de ser una patología de baja prevalencia, un correcto enfrentamiento puede mejorar el resultado materno-fetal. El presente trabajo propone una guía de manejo clínico interdisciplinario de la embarazada con pancreatitis y aporta una revisión actual sobre este tema.


Palabras clave


Pancreatitis aguda; el embarazo; pancreatitis en el embarazo.

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