Análisis de supervivencia para un tiempo de cinco años en una cohorte de pacientes colombianas con diagnóstico de cáncer de mama
Niño Ducuara, Angélica Rocío | 2020-11
Objective: To establish five-year survival for a cohort of Colombian patients diagnosed with breast cancer ICD10: D50.
Materials and methods: Cohort study, descriptive, observational, retrospective. From the records of a cohort attended by an insurer in the health sector in Colombia, the information corresponding to 718 patients diagnosed with breast cancer from 18 years of age was analyzed. The cohort was characterized using a univariate performed in Microsoft Excel version 2019. The SPSS Tool was used for the statistical analysis of survival and the Kaplan-Meier method was used to estimate the survival function.
Results: The cohort studied presented an increase in diagnoses during the fourth and sixth decades of life, the average age of diagnosis is 61 years; The five-year age group between 55 to 59 years had the highest TNM staging with a report of 92 cases, 24 of these were concentrated mostly in stage IIA.
Conclusions: Five-year survival was estimated for a cohort of Colombian patients, where it is established that 93% of the cohort is alive in the study period of 60 months.