|Titre :||A systematic review of women’s satisfaction and regret following risk-reducing mastectomy (2017)|
|Auteurs :||Lucy Braude, Auteur ; Laura Kirsten, Auteur ; Jemma Gilchrist, Auteur|
|Type de document :||Article : texte imprimé|
|Dans :||Patient Education and Counseling (Vol 100 n° 12, Décembre 2017)|
|Article en page(s) :||pp. 2182-2189|
|Mots-clés:||Satisfaction du patientMastectomieRegretFacteurs rapportés par les patientsRevue systématique|
A systematic review of quantitative and qualitative studies, to describe patient satisfaction and regret associated with risk-reducing mastectomies (RRM), and the patient-reported factors associated with these among women at high risk of developing breast cancer.
Studies were identified using Medline, CINAHL, Embase and PsycInfo databases (1995–2016). Data were extracted and crosschecked for accuracy. Article quality was assessed using standardised criteria.
Of the 1657 unique articles identified, 30 studies met the inclusion criteria (n = 23 quantitative studies, n = 3 qualitative studies, n = 4 mixed-method studies). Studies included were cross-sectional (n = 23) or retrospective (n = 7). General satisfaction with RRM, decision satisfaction and aesthetic satisfaction were generally high, although some women expressed regret around their decision and dissatisfaction with their appearance. Factors associated with both patient satisfaction and regret included: post-operative complications, body image changes, psychological distress and perceived inadequacy of information.
While satisfaction with RRM was generally high, some women had regrets and expressed dissatisfaction. Future research is needed to further explore RRM, and to investigate current satisfaction trends given the ongoing improvements to surgical and clinical practice.
Offering pre-operative preparation, decisional support and continuous psychological input may help to facilitate satisfaction with this complex procedure.
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