Caminhos da Reportagem shows the hospitals that serve through SUS

Caminhos da Reportagem shows the hospitals that serve through SUS

To display the alternatives offered by the public network that are available to all residents, Report paths This Sunday (14) reveals which hospitals provide care through the Unified Health System (SUS) and are considered health references in the country. Among them is the Cancer Institute of the State of Sao Paulo (ICESP). The program airs at 10 pm Brazil TV.

“We have 45,000 active patients undergoing treatment within the institute,” says oncologist Maria del Pilar Estevez, director of the clinical staff of the institute. She says it is important to bring hope to all of them.

It was there that we met patient Cynthia Adelita, who was surrounded by hospital staff. She rang the bell that heralded the healing of those who faced illness, and she told us of her relief. “Many times, when I got here, I saw people playing. And I said, ‘One day I’ll get there too. I’ll play.'” [o sino]After undergoing chemotherapy sessions, losing part of her hair, undergoing surgery and radiotherapy, Cynthia celebrates: “It was a very big victory. Today I am healed.”

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Patient Cynthia Adeleta rings the bell to announce treatment Brazil TV advertising

Another reference center recognized both inside and outside the country is the Hospital for Rehabilitation of Craniofacial Deformities, associated with the University of São Paulo (USP), in Bauru. Known as Centrinho, it still dedicates 100% of its installed capacity to SUS users.

“We are the largest SUS center in Brazil, and one of the largest in Latin America. We are pioneers in this field of rehabilitation, and among these craniofacial anomalies, cleft lip and palate are the most common. This goes against speech, communication and aesthetics, and it is clear that It interferes with food,” explains Luiz Fernando Manzoni, Clinical Director at Centrinho.

Taise Souza, the mother of a patient in Centrinho, remembers the mishaps of her son, who is undergoing treatment at the hospital. “He ate and came out of his nose. When the roof of the mouth opened, everything came back. He closed the roof of his mouth and closed his lips.

“Over the course of life, other surgeries are performed depending on the size of the fissure and the extent of the fissure injury. Other treatment methods are needed, such as orthodontic appliances to correct the position of the teeth and speech therapies. Often the patient must learn to swallow properly. And in order to However, a very large team of professionals from various health fields is needed,” said Carlos Santos, HRAC/USP Superintendent.

Today, Centrinho has already crossed the mark of more than 100,000 patients treated for areas of cleft lip and cleft palate, congenital craniofacial malformations and hearing impairment.

Cleft lip and cleft palate treatment in Centrinho

Cleft lip and cleft palate treatment in Centrinho – Brazil TV advertising

There we also find Clivia Donza, the mother of the boy Arthur. She said that he had only 3 months left, due to a deformation of the heart and subsequent complications, he lost hearing in both ears. “I suspected his hearing loss because he had no reaction to sounds. I had no idea a deaf child could speak. When I got here and saw a baby implanted, I was amazed that my son could hear.” “If I were to do it in private, I wouldn’t be able to do it,” he adds.

The boy Arthur Donza also expressed the results of the treatment through clear and firm speech: “I am here listening, reading and speaking thanks to Centrinho. I am very grateful.”

In the city of Gao, in the interior of São Paulo, Amaral Carvalho Hospital, a reference in cancer treatment and bone marrow transplantation, is another center with good recovery stories. And Anderson Paeva, who underwent a long treatment for a bone marrow transplant, is already celebrating. “You feel like you’re reborn, after 6 months in the hospital.” He explains that he got the marrow from his brother. “It doesn’t hurt at all,” he said, adding the motto of other potential donors: “Saving lives is very important.”

Serving SUS, the Lucy Montoro Rehabilitation Network provides more than 100,000 consultations per month. Provides orthotics, prosthetics, and mobility aids for the exhausted. It is a reference in the use of high-tech therapies involving robotics. Virtual reality associated with the exoskeleton is a great ally that allows for fun patient interaction and reduces treatment time. “The patient wears a shield and has amazing safety and helps with this system to start developing a gait pattern,” explains Linamara Battistella, creator of the Lucy Montoro Network.

The use of the exoskeleton in the rehabilitation of patients

The use of the exoskeleton in the rehabilitation of patients – Brazil TV advertising

A patient from the Instituto Antonio Carlos Mangueira tells about his results. “I practically came here. Then I moved into a wheelchair, got the four-pronged stick and then a [bengala] from one side. “Today I can walk a few steps without wearing anything,” he said.

After a stroke that affected the left side of his body, Oswaldo Tanaka ended up staying with his health insurance and began treatment at a rehab center.

“If it wasn’t for the general network, I would be lost. I felt that what this rehab center is doing is a very important welcome. They know how dangerous it is, they assess it correctly, and they make the effort they can for you to start believing in healing, rehab. I think that’s Social, emotional and psychological support was very important. Because at some point, when you can’t eat, you despair. They, through interdisciplinary work, have been able to allow me to despair or give up,” concludes Oswaldo.


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