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doi: 10.1016/S0001-6519(02)78356-8
Enfermedad de menière: Criterios diagnósticos, criterios para establecer estadios y normas para la evaluación de tratamientos. revisión bibliográfica y actualización
Meniere’s disease: Diagnostic criteria, criteria to stablish stages and rules to evaluate treatments. bibliographic revision and updates
N. Pérez Fernández, H. Pérez Garrigues, F. Antolí Candela, E. García Ibáñez
Sección de otoneurología de la SEORL
Received 25 April 2002, Accepted 24 June 2002
Resumen

Si los médicos utilizáramos los mismos conceptos al referirnos a la definición de Enfermedad de Menière (EM) y las mismas escalas para establecer los estadios o las valoraciones de un tratamiento podríamos contrastar nuestros resultados. Ello redundaría en beneficio de los enfermos porque permitiría facilitarles información más correcta sobre la evolución de la enfermedad y la eficacia de los posibles tratamientos. Con la incorporación de la informática surge un nuevo interés sobre estos principios porque se pueden conseguir bases de datos muy amplias aunando las que utiliza cada centro, siempre y cuando las normas de recogida de datos se hayan estandarizado previamente. En este trabajo valoramos las propuestas del "Committee on Hearing and Equilibrium" de la Academia Americana de Otolaringología (AAO) y de otros autores respecto a los planteamientos anteriores.

Abstract

If all doctors would use the same concepts to define Meniere’s Disease (MD) and the same scale to either establish the different steps of the disease or to evaluate a specific treatment, it would be easy to compare our results. This would be benefical for patients because of the possibility of giving them a more accurate information about the follow-up of their disease and the advantages of the different possibilities of treatment. Since the introduction of informatic systems a new goal appeared: large databases could be achieved, as a result of beringable to gather the different database that are independently used in each hospital, provided that rules to stablish data would be previously standardized. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the proposal of the Committee on Hearing and Equilibrium of the American Academy of Otolaryngology and those proposed by other authors according to the stated courses of action.

Palabras clave
Enfermedad de Menière, Vértigo, Escalas de valoración, Informática
keywords
Meniere’s disease, Vertigo, Staging
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