Síndrome coronario asociado al consumo de cocaína: serie de casos

Palabras clave: síndrome coronario agudo, consumo, cocaína, adolescentes, adultos jóvenes, trombolisis

Resumen

El consumo de cocaína continúa siendo un problema social importante con un impacto significativo en la salud de la población expuesta, en un alto porcentaje integrada por adolescentes y adultos jóvenes. Entre las complicaciones cardiovasculares asociadas al consumo de cocaína, se encuentra el síndrome coronario agudo (SCA), la muerte súbita, las arritmias, el edema pulmonar, la miocarditis, la endocarditis, la disección aórtica, las crisis hipertensivas y el accidente cerebrovascular. El objetivo es presentar tres pacientes jóvenes con infarto agudo de miocardio asociado al consumo de cocaína.

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Biografía del autor/a

Marie Claire Berrouet-Mejia, HGM universidad CES

Miembro  de la ATCC- ALATOX Toxicóloga clínica HGM -SOMA 

Docente de  Farmacología  y Toxicología Universidad CES 

Estudiante Maestría en  Epidemiología Universidad  CES

 

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Marie_Mejia

https://scholar.google.com.co/citations?user=QCS2lgMAAAAJ&hl=es

 
Nicolas Wilches-Rivas, Hospital San Vicente Fundación

Hospital San Vicente Fundación, Urgentólogo. Medico Universidad de Antioquia. Especialista en Medicina de Urgencias Universidad CES.

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Berrouet-Mejia, M. C.; Wilches-Rivas, N. Síndrome Coronario Asociado Al Consumo De cocaína: Serie De Casos. Rev. Fac. Cienc. Salud Univ. Cauca 2020, 22, 43-49.
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2020-07-01

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