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Research Article Volume 1 Issue 2

Educational Intervention on Breast Cancer in a Family Medical Office

Ibrahima Kalil Keita1* and Yemelin Riveron Alvarez2

1Specialist in General Surgery, Specialist in Family and Community Medicine, Ecuador
2Resident In General Surgery, Cuba

*Corresponding Author:Ibrahima Kalil Keita, Specialist in General Surgery, Specialist in Family and Community Medicine, Ecuador.

Received: January 22, 2020; Published: February 27, 2020

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Abstract

  An educational intervention was carried out with the aim of increasing the level of knowledge on the prevention of breast cancer in patients belonging to the Office 106 of the Department of Health Baire, Province of Santiago de Cuba, during the period September 2012 to August 2013. the universe consisted of all patients (92) over 15 years of either sex, after applying simple random sampling, I am a sample of 59 individuals (37 females and 22 males) which were divided into two groups, one of 20 and 39. As a result another postoperatively 52 people completed with suitable knowledge for 88.14%, resulting only 7 with inadequate general knowledge; It was achieved significantly increase general knowledge with a coefficient of variability of 86.00.

Keywords: Breast Cancer; Breast Self-Exam; Breasts

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Citation: Ibrahima Kalil Keita and Yemelin Riveron Alvarez. “Educational Intervention on Breast Cancer in a Family Medical Office”. Acta Scientific Clinical Case Reports 1.2 (2020): 21-32.




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