Lesiones malignas de la piel en trabajadores del sector pesquero: Revisión sistemática
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Neoplasias cutáneas; Enfermedades ocupacionales; Salud Laboral; Explotaciones Pesqueras; Industria pesquera

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Muñoz-Cobo-Orosa B, Varela-Serrano C, Rodriguez-Ledott M, Sanz-Valero J. Lesiones malignas de la piel en trabajadores del sector pesquero: Revisión sistemática. Arch Prev Riesgos Labor [Internet]. 21 de enero de 2021 [citado 4 de marzo de 2021];24(1):47-1. Disponible en: https://archivosdeprevencion.eu/index.php/aprl/article/view/98

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Objetivo: Revisar la literatura científica relacionada con los efectos de la exposición ocupacional a factores de riesgo para neoplasias cutáneas en trabajadores del sector pesquero.

Método: Análisis crítico de los trabajos recuperados mediante revisión sistemática en MEDLINE (PubMed), EMBASE, The Cochrane Library, Scopus, Web of Science y Literatura Latinoamericana y del Caribe en Ciencias de la Salud (LILACS). Se evaluó la calidad de los artículos seleccionados mediante el cuestionario STROBE.

Resultados: Al atribuir los criterios de inclusión y exclusión a la búsqueda, se aceptaron 11 estudios para su revisión. En 7 de ellos, se obtuvo una asociación estadísticamente significativa entre neoplasia cutánea y exposición ocupacional. 

Conclusiones: Se observa una relación entre lesiones malignas y exposición a radiación ultravioleta en el ámbito laboral, no obstante, la existencia de posibles sesgos hace que los resultados deban de tomarse con precaución.

https://doi.org/10.12961/aprl.2021.24.01.05
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