CHAGE Syndrome: A literature review
Keywords:CHARGE Syndrome; Hall-Hittner Syndrome; CHARGE Association.
The present study aimed to use literature related to CHARGE syndrome, to create a study with an integrative review character. Where it aims to describe the main characteristics of CS, focusing on its primary and secondary symptoms, forms of diagnosis and difficulty that individuals have to achieve a good quality of life. About the individual, as well as ways of caring and advising on his life. For this purpose, the following databases were used: PUBMED (National Library of Medicine), Springerlink and BVS (Virtual Health Library). The time cut for the search for articles was from 2012 to 2022, until the end of the search, 76 articles were found, making a careful analysis of the findings, 18 bibliographies were used to compose the entire work, with the results emphasizing the importance of explaining the care processes and counseling. Due to this, it is possible to conclude that the person with CHARGE will always have difficulties during his life, but it can be alleviated with the help and support of specialized teams for this support. In addition to the most important thing is the active participation of the family.
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