Research Article
Volume 10 Issue 7 - 2021
Evaluation of the Uterine Cervical Cancer Program in Primary Health at Boyeros Municipality, Year 2019
Yamila Vázquez Pérez1*, Yunet Tahimí Hernández Vázquez2, Omar Cabezas Crespo3
1Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medical Sciences “Enrique Cabrera”, Havana, Cuba
2Instructor Professor, Enrique José Varona University of Pedagogical Sciences, Havana, Cuba
3Assistant Professor, “Enrique Cabrera” School of Medical Sciences, Havana, Cuba
*Corresponding Author: Yamila Vázquez Pérez, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Medical Sciences “Enrique Cabrera”, Havana, Cuba.
Received: April 07, 2021; Published: June 30, 2021


Introduction: According to the World Cancer Observatory (COG), cervical cancer (CCU) ranks as the fourth most frequently diagnosed cancer and the fourth leading cause of death in women globally, with an estimated 570,000 cases and 311,000 deaths in 2018. If current trends continue, the number of deaths in the Americas will increase by 45% in 2030, reports the Pan American Health Organization.

Method: A descriptive observational study, retrospective of traverse court carried out that allowed to evaluate the quality of the process of attention during the diagnosis of a neck pathology during the year 2019. The universe was constituted by all the women between 25 and 62 years Capdevila, Calabazar, Wajay, Boyeros and Santiago de las Vegas in the Municipality Boyeros health areas were involved, in the Havana. They conformed the sample the positive 205 diagnosed patients (NIC I, II, III; CIS and lesion of low degree).

Conclusion: The majority of the users are located above the 40 years, there is a preeminence of the secondary level followed by the high school and the housewives and the workers prevail, there was a high percentage of execution of the examinations planned, for instance, reexaminations or new cases, being a low percentage of positive cases for the most part in the reexaminations and many important cases outside of program. The non-useful tests were fundamentally for insufficient or polluted samples. It is passed more than two months from the realization of the test until the first consultation with the specialist. The privacy and the quality of the attention were valued of very good by the users and service assistants.

Keywords: Uterine Cervical Cancer; Neck Pathology; Positive Cases


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