Hospitais Auxiliares - HC/HA

Duas importantes unidades de suporte ao Hospital das Clínicas da Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo são o Hospital Auxiliar de Suzano (HAS) e o Hospital Auxiliar Cotoxó (HAC):

Hospital Auxiliar de Suzano (HAS): Inaugurado em 1960, é uma divisão do HC-FMUSP que funciona como retaguarda para os institutos desse Sistema. Oferece serviços de saúde, pelo sistema SUS, na área assistencial, para tratamento médico hospitalar aos pacientes que necessitam de cuidados prolongados nas especialidades médicas de clínica médica, cirúrgica, neurologia, ortopedia e pediatria. Realiza exames auxiliares de diagnóstico (ultrassonografia e análises clínicas); oferece atendimento ambulatorial médico a funcionários e dependentes e atendimento multiprofissional ambulatorial nas áreas de Fisioterapia, Terapia Ocupacional, Odontologia, Nutrição e Dietética, Farmácia e Enfermagem para servidores. O HAS conta com leitos e com uma equipe multiprofissional, composta de médicos, enfermeiros, assistentes sociais, psicólogos, fisioterapeutas, terapeutas ocupacionais, nutricionistas e serviço odontológico. Além disso, também oferece assistência humanitária com o objetivo de manter os vínculos dos pacientes internados por longos períodos com seus familiares e amigos.

Site oficial: https://www.hc.fm.usp.br/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=111:hospital-auxiliar-de-suzano-has&catid=27&Itemid=226

Hospital Auxiliar de Cotoxó (HAC): Inaugurado em outubro de 1971, está, atualmente, sendo reformado. O hospital, que ampliará suas instalações, deverá abrigar mais leitos e novos espaços para a formação de alunos de graduação e pós-graduação por ter o ensino médico como prioridade. Continuará a receber pacientes de pediatria geral e portadores de cardiopatias pelo Sistema Único de Saúde (SUS), encaminhados pelos Institutos do Coração (InCOR) e da Criança (ICr), e a prestar assistência médico-hospitalar especializada em cuidados intermediários a pacientes que estejam com quadro clínico subagudo não crítico e em regime de internação. Além disso, o hospital é campo de pesquisa em administração hospitalar, formando gestores por meio do Programa de Estudos Avançados em Administração Hospitalar e de Sistemas de Saúde (PROAHSA).

Site oficial: https://www.hc.fm.usp.br/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=110:hospital-auxiliar-de-cotoxo-hac&catid=27&Itemid=226

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  1. Prevalence of sublingual varices in patients with cirrhosis and the correlation with nitrogen compounds

    ORAL SURGERY ORAL MEDICINE ORAL PATHOLOGY ORAL RADIOLOGY, v.129, n.1, p.39-44, 2020

    Objective. The aim of this study was to verify the presence and severity of sublingual varices in patients with cirrhosis and the correlation between these varices and nitrogen compounds (i.e., ammonia, urea and nitric oxide) in blood and saliva. Study design. This is a case-control observational...

  2. Can children be affected by bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaw? A systematic review

    INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ORAL AND MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY, v.49, n.2, p.183-191, 2020

    Knowledge of bisphosphonate-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (BRONJ) is mostly based on adult cases, however bisphosphonates are also currently recommended for different paediatric diseases resulting in osteoporosis. The aim of this study was to review the literature on the risk of developing BRO...

  3. Hospital dentistry and dental care for patients with special needs: Dental approach during covid-19 pandemic

    BRAZILIAN DENTAL SCIENCE, v.23, n.2, p.1-9, 2020

    Introduction: The COVID19 pandemic brought a new panorama for the realization of dental treatment for the general population due to the risk of cross infection in the dental office, aerosol formation and insertion of new personal protective equipment. Emergency and emergency dental criteria were ...

  4. Scarce Resource Allocation for Critically ill Patients During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Public Health Emergency in Sao Paulo Brazil

    CLINICS, v.76, article ID e2191, 4p, 2021

  5. Oral management of pemphigus vulgaris in the intensive care unit

    SPECIAL CARE IN DENTISTRY, v.40, n.3, p.280-284, 2020

    Pemphigus vulgaris (PV) is a rare and potentially lethal autoimmune disease that affects the skin and mucous membranes. Injuries caused by the disease cause pain, risk of infection, and other complications that result in a high mortality rate. Frequently, management of the PV requires intensive c...

  6. Efficacy of a Novel Surgical Manikin for Simulating Emergency Surgical Procedures

    AMERICAN SURGEON, v.85, n.12, p.1318-1326, 2019

    The practical component of the Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS (R)) course typically includes a TraumaMan (R) manikin. This manikin is expensive; hence, a low-cost alternative (SurgeMan (R)) was developed in Brazil. Our primary objective was to compare user satisfaction among SurgeMan, TraumaM...

  7. Regression of human immunodeficiency virus-associated oral Kaposi sarcoma with combined antiretroviral therapy: A case report and literature review

    HEAD AND NECK-JOURNAL FOR THE SCIENCES AND SPECIALTIES OF THE HEAD AND NECK, v.41, n.2, p.E21-E25, 2019

    Background Kaposi's sarcoma (KS) is the most prevalent malignant neoplasia in human immunodeficiency virus positive (HIV+) patients for which the primary mode of management was chemotherapy. Methods We have presented the case of a newly diagnosed HIV+ male patient who was diagnosed with a peduncu...

  8. Safety of Respiratory Physiotherapy in Mechanically Ventilated Patients After Cardiac Surgery

    AMERICAN JOURNAL OF RESPIRATORY AND CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE, v.197, 2018

  9. Treatment of drooling with scopolamine in pediatric ICU: A case series report

    SPECIAL CARE IN DENTISTRY, v.38, n.6, p.362-366, 2018

    Drooling is a condition that affects patients with difficulties in swallowing, being common in patients with mental, neurological or dysphagic deficiency. This condition is difficult to diagnose, as it is often confused with sialorrhea, and in many cases we have a hyposalivation scenario. Its dia...

  10. Physiotherapy intervention is safety in early postoperative patients after cardiac surgery?

    EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL, v.50, suppl.61, 2017