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Título: Portuguese Recommendations for the use of biological therapies in patients with rheumatoid arthritis- 2016 update
Autor: Duarte, Catia
Sousa-Neves, Joana
Águeda, Ana
Ribeiro, Pedro
Daniel, Alexandra
Eugénio, Gisela
Serra, Sofia
Araújo, Filipe
Barcelos, Anabela
Filipe, Barcelos
Bernardes, Miguel
Canhão, Helena
Cerqueira, Marcos
Capela, Susana
Cordeiro, Ana
Costa, Flavio
Costa, Lucia
Cruz, Margarida
Cunha Miranda, Luis
Duarte, Catarina
Falcão, Sandra
Faria, Daniela
Figueira, Ricardo
Freitas, João Pedro
Gonçalves, Maria João
Madruga Dias, João
Melo Gomes, José
Mourão, Ana Filipa
Neto, Adriano
Oliveira Ramos, Filipa
Pimenta, Sofia
Pinto, Patricia
Polido-Pereira, Joaquim
Ponte, Cristina
Ramos, João
Rodrigues, Ana
Santos, Helena
Santos, Maria José
Sepriano, Alexandre
Silva, Candida
Tavares Costa, José
Teixeira, Filipa
Teixeira, Vitor
Valente, Paula
Vieira-Sousa, Elsa
Barros, Rita
Abreu, Pedro
Fonseca, João Eurico
Palavras-chave: Journal Article
Data: Jun-2017
Resumo: OBJECTIVE: To update the recommendations for the treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) with biological therapies, endorsed by the Portuguese Society of Rheumatology (SPR). METHODS: These treatment recommendations were formulated by Portuguese rheumatologists based on literature evidence and consensus opinion. At a national meeting the 10 recommendations were discussed and updated. The document resulting from this meeting circulated to all Portuguese rheumatologists, who anonymously voted online on the level of agreement with the recommendations. RESULTS: These recommendations cover general aspects as shared decision, prospective registry in Reuma.pt, assessment of activity and RA impact and treatment objective. Consensus was also achieved regarding specific aspects as initiation of biologic therapy, assessment of response, switching and definition of persistent remission. CONCLUSION: These recommendations may be used for guidance of treatment with biological therapies in patients with RA. As more evidence becomes available and more therapies are licensed, these recommendations will be updated.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://www.actareumatologica.pt/archive_detail.php?id=214
ISSN: 0303-464X
Aparece nas colecções:NMS-FCM: CEDOC - Artigos em revista nacional com arbitragem científica



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