Mostrar el registro sencillo del ítem

dc.contributor.advisorGarzón Rodríguez, Hamilton
dc.contributor.advisorPolo Gallardo, Raúl
dc.contributor.authorPadilla-Sierra, Mauricio G.
dc.date.accessioned2021-05-18T14:17:58Z
dc.date.available2021-05-18T14:17:58Z
dc.date.issued2021
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12442/7680
dc.description.abstractIntroducción: Una galería fotográfica estandarizada de alto valor médico clínico, depende de una correcta técnica, adecuada selección de tecnología y el entendimiento de estas por el médico, más las amplias recomendaciones sobre estandarización y almacenamiento. Los teléfonos celulares inteligentes y sus cámaras digitales poseen ventajas de la versatilidad, omnipresencia y accesibilidad con el mismo nivel de calidad requerida para una fotografía clínica en comparación con las cámaras Réflex, también ofrecen una alternativa a un costo razonable y siendo más prácticas, sin embargo, se pueden presentar algunas limitantes y es importante saber cómo sobreponerse ante ellas para así permanecer dentro de los lineamientos de estandarización en la fotografía clínica. Material y Método: Se realizó una búsqueda de literatura sobre uso de teléfonos celulares con cámara digital en medicina, se tomaron los artículos con múltiples guías sobre estandarización y recomendaciones referentes a fotografía clínica. Se buscaron los manuales y las características de un teléfono inteligente iPhone 8s Plus® y una cámara Digital SLR (Single Lens Reflex) Sony® SLT A55V, se estudiaron sus características, diferencias, se identificaron limitantes individuales y se compararon con sus usos en el campo clínico para proponer medidas que ayuden a mantenernos dentro de los parámetros recomendados en previas literaturas. Resultado: Se lograron superar las diferencias tecnológicas y las limitantes en este modelo de teléfono inteligente vs cámara Digital SLR (Single Lens Reflex) aplicando las directrices propuestas en la toma fotográfica mediante teléfono inteligente con cámara digital obteniendo imágenes de tipo y calidad científica similar que con su control. Conclusión: El teléfono inteligente con cámara digital es un dispositivo electrónico versátil, portátil, útil y sencillo de usar para tomas fotográficas de alta calidad científica, siempre y cuando se cuente con un adecuado nivel de entendimiento de la tecnología en uso para superar sus limitaciones sin riesgo de sesgo.spa
dc.description.abstractIntroduction: A standardized photographic gallery of high clinical medical value depends on a correct technique, adequate selection of technology and the understanding of these by the doctor, plus extensive recommendations on standardization and storage. Smartphones and their digital cameras have advantages of versatility, omnipresence and accessibility with the same level of quality required for clinical photography compared to SLR cameras, they also offer an alternative at a reasonable cost and being more practical, however, there may be some limitations and it is important to know how to overcome them in order to stay within the standardization guidelines in clinical photography. Material and Method: A literature search was carried out on the use of cell phones with digital cameras in medicine, articles with multiple guidelines on standardization and recommendations regarding clinical photography were taken. The manuals and characteristics of an iPhone 8s Plus® smartphone and a Sony® SLT A55V Digital SLR (Single Lens Reflex) camera were searched, their characteristics, differences were studied, individual limitations were identified and compared with their uses in the field. clinician to propose measures that help to stay within the parameters recommended in previous literatures. Results: Technological differences and limitations in this smartphone model vs Digital SLR camera (Single Lens Reflex) were overcome by applying the guidelines proposed in taking pictures by means of a smartphone with a digital camera, obtaining images of a similar type and scientific quality as with the control. Conclusion: The smartphone with a digital camera is a versatile, portable, useful and easy-to-use electronic device for high-quality scientific photographic taking, as long as you have an adequate level of understanding of the technology in use to overcome its limitations without risk of bias.eng
dc.format.mimetypepdfspa
dc.language.isospaspa
dc.publisherEdiciones Universidad Simón Bolívarspa
dc.publisherFacultad de Ciencias de la Saludspa
dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 Internacional
dc.rights.urihttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
dc.subjectFotografíaspa
dc.subjectCirugía plásticaspa
dc.subjectCirugía estéticaspa
dc.subjectEstandarizaciónspa
dc.subjectTeléfono inteligentespa
dc.subjectFotografía digitalspa
dc.subjectCámara fotográficaspa
dc.subjectFotografía en cirugía plásticaspa
dc.subjectPhotographyeng
dc.subjectPlastic surgeryeng
dc.subjectAesthetic surgeryeng
dc.subjectStandardizationeng
dc.subjectSmartphoneeng
dc.subjectDigital photographyeng
dc.subjectPhotographic cameraeng
dc.subjectPhotography in plastic surgery.eng
dc.titleEl uso correcto del teléfono inteligente en la fotografía estética en el área facial: Tips & Tricksspa
dcterms.references
dcterms.referencesCrawford W. The Keepers of Light. Morgan&Morgan, editor. New York; 1979.eng
dcterms.referencesRogers B. The First Pre- and Post-Operative Photographs of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery: Contributions of Gurdon Buck (1807-1877). Aesth Plast Surg. 1991;15:1931.eng
dcterms.referencesWyatt KD, Willaerd BN, Pellagi PJ, et al. PhotoExam: adoption of an iOS‐based clinical image capture application at Mayo Clinic. Int J Dermatol. 2017;56(12):1359–65.eng
dcterms.referencesPersichetti P, Simone P, Langella M, et al. Digital Photography in Plastic Surgery: How to Achieve Reasonable Standardization Outside a Photographic Studio. Aesth Plast Surg. 2007;31::194_200.eng
dcterms.referencesChhablani J., Kaja S, Shah VA. Smartphones in ophthalmology. Indian J Ophthalmol. 2012;60(2):127–131.eng
dcterms.referencesTeichman JC, Sher JH, Ahmed IIK. From iPhone to eyePhone: A technique for photodocumentation. CAN J OPHTHALMOL. 2011;46(3):284–6.eng
dcterms.referencesChan N, Charette J, Dumestre DO, et al. Should ‘smart phones’ be used for patient photography? Plast Surg. 2016;24(1):32–4.eng
dcterms.referencesPerry D, Albert M, Akyurek M. Use of smartphone cameras for simplified and cost-effective video recording of microvascular techniques. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2015;135(5):941–3.eng
dcterms.referencesNair AG, Santhanam A. Clinical Photography for Periorbital and Facial Aesthetic Practice. J Cutan Aesthet Surg. 2016;9(2):115–21.eng
dcterms.referencesAristotelous C, Salibi A. Smart phone camera: a useful adjunct in plastic surgery clinics. Ann R Coll Surg Engl. 2017;99(3):251.eng
dcterms.referencesShah AR, Dayan SH, Hamilton GS. Pitfalls of Photography for Facial Resurfacing and Rejuvenation Procedures. FACIAL Plast Surg. 2005;21(2):154–61.eng
dcterms.referencesAshique KT, Kaliyadan F, Aurangabadkar SJ. Clinical photography in dermatology using smartphones: An overview. Indian Dermatol Online J . 2015;6(3):158–63.eng
dcterms.referencesKhavkin J, Ellis DA. Standardized photography for skin surface. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am. 2011;19(2):241–6.eng
dcterms.referencesGaldino GM, DaSilva And D, Gunter JP. Digital photography for rhinoplasty. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2002;109(4):1421–34.eng
dcterms.referencesRhee SC. A Simple Method for International Standardization of Photographic Documentation for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. Aesth Plast Surg. 2017;41(2):461–5.eng
dcterms.referencesSpear M, Hagan K. Photography and plastic surgery: part 1. Plast Surg Nurs. 2008;28(2):66–8.eng
dcterms.referencesSoto-Medina CA, Guerrerosantos J, de la Torre-Guerrerosantos Y. Fotografía digital; una guía sencilla de actualización. Cir.plást iberolatinoam. 2014;40(1):29–37.spa
dcterms.referencesKontis TC. Photography in Facial Plastic Surgery. In: Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Third Edit. 2009.spa
dcterms.referencesDölen UC, Çınar S. Perfect Lighting for Facial Photography in Aesthetic Surgery: Ring Light. Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2016;40(2):319–26.eng
dcterms.referencesSolesio Pilarte F, Lorda Barraguer E, Lorda Barraguer A. Estandarización fotográfica en Cirugía Plástica y Estética. Cir.plást iberolatinoam. 2009;35(2):79–90.spa
dcterms.referencesYavuzer R, Smirnes S, I.T. J. Guidelines for standard photography in plastic surgery. Ann Plast Surg. 2001;46(3):293–300.eng
dcterms.referencesDiBernardo B, Adams R, Krause J, et al. Photographic standards in plastic surgery. Plast Reconstr Surg. 1998;102(2):559–68.eng
dcterms.referencesBank W. The little data book on information and communication technology. Bank W, editor. Washington DC; 2014.eng
dcterms.referencesELENA SCARAFONI E. Uso del teléfono inteligente para facilitar el aprendizaje en Microcirugía. Cir plást iberolatinoam. 2020;45(4):405–12.spa
dcterms.referencesGrow J, Vargo J, Nazir N. Smartphone Applications in Plastic Surgery: A Cross-Sectional Survey of 577 Plastic Surgeons, Fellows, Residents, and Medical Students. Aesthet Surg J. 2019;39(12):530–7.eng
dcterms.referencesBoissin C, Fleming J, Wallis L. Can We Trust the Use of Smartphone Cameras in Clinical Practice? Laypeople Assessment of Their Image Quality. Telemed J E Heal. 2015;21(11):887–892.eng
dcterms.referencesToriumi D, Dixon T. Assessment of rhinoplasty techniques by overlay of before-and-after 3D images. Facial Plast Surg Clin North Am. 2011;19(4):711–23.eng
dcterms.referencesThomas VA, Rugeley PB, Lau FH. Digital Photograph Security: What Plastic Surgeons Need to Know. Plast Reconstr Surg. 2015;136(5):1120–6.eng
dcterms.referencesBurns K, Belton S. Clinicians and their cameras: policy, ethics and practice in an Australian tertiary hospital. Aust Heal Rev. 2013;37(4):437–41.eng
dcterms.referencesPayne K, Tahim A, Goodson A, et al. A review of current clinical photography guidelines in relation to smartphone publishing of medical images. J Vis Commun Med. 2012;35(4):188–92.eng
dcterms.referencesKunde L, McMeniman E, Parker M. Clinical photography in dermatology: ethical and medico-legal considerations in the age of digital and smartphone technology. Australas J Dermatol. 2013;54(3):192–7eng
sb.sedeSede Barranquillaspa
sb.programaEspecialización en Cirugía Plástica, Reconstructiva y Estéticaspa
dc.rights.accessrightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/restrictedAccessspa
datacite.rightshttp://purl.org/coar/access_right/c_16ecspa
oaire.versioninfo:eu-repo/semantics/acceptedVersioneng
dc.type.driverinfo:eu-repo/semantics/othereng
dc.title.translatedThe correct use of the smartphone in aesthetic photography for the facial area: Tips & Trickseng
dc.type.spaOtrosspa


Ficheros en el ítem

Thumbnail
Thumbnail
Thumbnail

Este ítem aparece en la(s) siguiente(s) colección(ones)

Mostrar el registro sencillo del ítem

Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 Internacional
Excepto si se señala otra cosa, la licencia del ítem se describe como Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 Internacional