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Pulido Manzanero, José

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José
Last Name
Pulido Manzanero
Affiliation
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Faculty / Institute
Medicina
Department
Salud Pública y Materno-Infantil
Area
Medicina Preventiva y Salud Pública
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    Formación de agentes de prevención de la soledad: Acompañamiento y fomento de hábitos saludables para personas mayores en situación de soledad no deseada II (ApS_Te_acompaño)
    (2022-07-18) Delgado Losada, María Luisa; Martínez Zujeros, Sergio; Rodríguez Rodríguez, Mª Cruz; Cea Soriano, Lucía; Pulido Manzanero, José; Castro Suárez, Miriam
    ApS_Te_acompaño es un Proyecto de Aprendizaje-Servicio de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid en el marco de la “Convocatoria Proyectos Aprendizaje Servicio Complutense 2021”. ApS_Te_acompaño trata de mantener la experiencia de ApS comenzada en el curso 2020_21, dirigida a la formación de Agentes Prevención de la Soledad, que les capacite para el desarrollo del acompañamiento y fomento de hábitos saludables para personas mayores en situación de soledad no deseada, fragilidad y/o vulnerabilidad social. El proyecto se llevó a cabo con los/as estudiantes del Máster Universitario en Salud, Integración y Discapacidad (MSID) y de la asignatura de Práctica Clínica II: Intervención Neurocognitiva y Social del Grado en Terapia Ocupacional que se imparte en la Facultad de Medicina.
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    Formación de agentes de prevención de la soledad: Acompañamiento y fomento de hábitos saludables para personas mayores en situación de soledad no deseada (ApS_Te_acompaño)
    (2022-01-09) Delgado Losada, María Luisa; Súarez Castro, Miriam; Pulido Manzanero, José; Cea Soriano, Lucía
    ApS_Te_acompaño es un Proyecto de Aprendizaje-Servicio de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid en el marco de la “Convocatoria Proyectos Aprendizaje Servicio Complutense 2020”. ApS_Te_acompaño trata de poner en marcha una experiencia de ApS dirigida a la formación de Agentes Prevención de la Soledad, que les capacite para el desarrollo del acompañamiento y fomento de hábitos saludables para personas mayores en situación de soledad no deseada, fragilidad y/o vulnerabilidad social. El proyecto se llevó a cabo con los/as estudiantes del Máster Universitario en Salud, Integración y Discapacidad (MSID) que se imparte en la Facultad de Medicina, fruto de la experiencia previa durante el curso 2019/20 con motivo de la situación de crisis sociosanitaria provocada por la pandemia.
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    Estimating the Prevalence of Recreational Opioid Use in Spain Using a Multiplier Method
    (MPDI, 2022-04-15) Pulido Manzanero, José; Sanchez Niubo, Albert; Llorens, Noelia; Hoyos, Juan; Barrio, Gregorio; Belza, Maria Jose; Cea Soriano, Lucía; Angulo Brunet, Ariadna; Sordo del Castillo, Luis
    Acknowledgement of the prevalence of recreational opioid use (PROU) is key to the planning and evaluation of care services. However, in Spain, the prevalence of PROU in recent years is unknown. The objective of this study was to estimate the PROU between 2005 and 2019 in the general populations of six Spanish cities. A benchmark-multiplier methodology was used to estimate the PROU population size. The benchmark used was overdose deaths from recreational opioid use in Spain’s six most populated cities. The multiplier was the overdose death rate in a cohort of heroin users. Linear regression was used to estimate the trend of the PROU estimate over the set period of years. In 2005, the PROU was 4.78 (95%CI 3.16–7.91) per 1000 people. The estimated trend decreased, with the two lowest values being 2.35 per 1000 in 2015 and 2.29 in 2018. In 2019 the PROU was 2.60 per 1000 (95%CI 1.72–4.31), 45% lower than in 2005. While the decline in the PROU continues, its deceleration over the last four years calls for increased vigilance, especially in light of the opioid crisis in North America that has occurred over the last few years.
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    Effect of tramadol and DOACs with special attention to dabigatran on concomitant use, on the risk of mayor bleeding using BIFAP database in Spain
    (Wiley, 2022-08-12) Burgos González, Airam de; Huerta Álvarez, Consuelo; Peñalver, María José; Sordo del Castillo, Luis; Pulido Manzanero, José; Cea Soriano, Lucía
    Background Tramadol, a weak opioid, inhibits the reuptake of serotonin, a key feature on vascular homeostasis. A suspected interaction exists between dabigatran and tramadol, which might trigger an excess on risk of bleeding however, there is a gap in knowledge on this topic. Purpose To estimate the effects of tramadol, dabigatran and concomitant use on the risk of hospitalized major bleeds (Gastrointestinal bleeding and intra-extracranial bleeds). Methods Among a validated established cohort of new users of oral anticoagulants for non valvular atrial fibrillation (NVAF) aged 18 years or older, we identified all hospitalized bleed episodes (GIB and extra/intracranial bleeds) within 2008-2015. A nested case–control analysis was conducted using conditional logistic regression. Adjusted odds ratios (aORs) with 95% confidence intervals (CIs) were calculated for dabigatran, tramadol and concomitant use. Several sensitivity analyses were carried out. Results aORs (95%CIs) for current use of only dabigatran, only tramadol and concomitant users were 1.73 (1.37-2.18) and 1.38 (1.13-1.67) and 2.04 (0.74-5.67) compared with non-users of both drugs (>365 days). aORs for current continuers and non-continuer users of dabigatran were 1.36 (1.00-1.86) and 2.19 (1.61-2.98), respectively. For the latter, non-continuer users with a short duration of dabigatran cumulated the highest risk (3.36 (1.88-5.99)). There also was an increased risk with concomitant use of tramadol and rivaroxaban (2.24 (1.19-4.21)), or antagonist of vitamin K (1.30 (1.00-1.69)). Conclusion There was a trend towards and increased risk of excess bleeds when using concomitantly with dabigatran. The effect decreases with a narrower definition of current use.
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    Identificación de problemas relacionados con el medicamento y estrategias de mejora en personas mayores
    (UCM, 2020) Fernández Alfonso, María Soledad; Cea Soriano, Trinidad Lucia; Astasio Arbiza, Paloma; Bedoya del Olmo, Luis Miguel; Garcia Broncano, Rosario; García Ferrera, Alicia; García García, Luis; Garcimartin, Alba; Gómez Oliver, Francisca; González Burgos, Elena; Guerra Guirao, Jose Antonio; Manouchehri, Marjan; Manzano Lista, Francisco Javier; Ortega Molina, Paloma; Pulido Manzanero, José; Sánchez Ortíz, Sara; Santos Sancho, Juana
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    Mediterranean diet and diabetes risk in a cohort study of individuals with prediabetes: propensity score analyses
    (Wiley, 2021-12-06) Cea Soriano, Lucía; Pulido Manzanero, José; Franch Nadal, Josep; Santos Sancho, Juana María; Mata Cases, Manel; Díez Espino, Javier; Ruiz García, Antonio; Regidor Poyatos, Enrique
    Aims Randomized controlled trials have demonstrated the efficacy of several dietary patterns plus physical activity to reduce diabetes onset in people with prediabetes. However, there is no evidence on the effect from the Mediterranean diet on the progression from prediabetes to diabetes. We aimed to evaluate the effect from high adherence to Mediterranean diet on the risk of diabetes in individuals with prediabetes. Methods Prospective cohort study in Spanish Primary Care setting. A total of 1184 participants with prediabetes based on levels of fasting plasma glucose and/or glycated hemoglobin were followed up for a mean of 4.2 years. A total of 210 participants developed diabetes type 2 during the follow up. Hazard ratios of diabetes onset were estimated by Cox proportional regression models associated to high versus low/medium adherence to Mediterranean diet. Different propensity score methods were used to control for potential confounders. Results Incidence rate of diabetes in participants with high versus low/medium adherence to Mediterranean diet was 2.9 versus 4.8 per 100 persons-years. The hazard ratios adjusted for propensity score and by inverse probability weighting (IPW) had identical magnitude: 0.63 (95% confidence interval, 0.43–0.93). The hazard ratio in the adjusted model using propensity score matching 1:2 was 0.56 (95% confidence interval, 0.37–0.84). Conclusions These propensity score analyses suggest that high adherence to Mediterranean diet reduces diabetes risk in people with prediabetes.
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    Educational Gradients in Drinking Amount and Heavy Episodic Drinking among Working-Age Men and Women in Spain
    (MPDI, 2022-04-05) Donat, Marta; Barrio, Gregorio; Guerras, Juan Miguel; Herrero, Lidia; Pulido Manzanero, José; Belza, María José; Regidor Poyatos, Enrique
    Alcohol-related harm decreases as socioeconomic position increases, although sometimes the opposite happens with alcohol intake. The objective was to know the educational gradient in monthly measures of drinking amount and heavy episodic drinking (HED) among people aged 25–64 years in Spain from 1997–2017. Such gradient was characterized with the relative percent change (PC) in drinking measures per year of education from generalized linear regression models after adjusting for age, year, region, marital status and immigration status. Among men, the PCs were significantly positive (p < 0.05) for prevalence of <21 g alcohol/day (2.9%) and 1–3 HED days (1.4%), and they were negative for prevalences of 21–40 g/day (−1.1%), >40 g/day (−6.0%) and ≥4 HED days (−3.2%), while among women they ranged from 3.6% to 5.7%. The gradient in prevalences of >40 g/day (men) and >20 g/day (women) was greatly attenuated after additionally adjusting for HED, while that of ≥4 HED days was only slightly attenuated after additionally adjusting for drinking amount. Among women, the gradients, especially in HED measures, seem steeper in 2009–2017 than in 1997–2007. Educational inequality remained after additional adjustment for income and occupation, although it decreased among women. These results can guide preventive interventions and help explain socioeconomic inequalities in alcohol-related harm.
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    Preference towards HIV Self-Testing above Other Testing Options in a Sample of Men Who Have Sex with Men from Five European Countries
    (MPDI, 2021-04-30) Hoyos Miller, Juan Eduardo; Maté, Tomás; Guerras, Juan Miguel; Donat, Marta; Agustí, Cristina; Kuske, Matthias; Fuertes, Ricardo; Chanos, Sophocles; Pichon, Francois; Sordo, Luis; Pulido Manzanero, José; Belza, María José
    We analyzed men who have sex with men (MSM) from Denmark, Germany, Greece, Portugal and Spain to identify who would choose HIV self-testing as their preferred testing method and assessed their preferred setting to acquire a self-testing kit and to confirm a reactive result. In 2016, we recruited an online sample of 3725 HIV-negative MSM. We used Poisson regression to identify factors associated with choosing self-testing as the preferred testing option. For those choosing it as their preferred option, we assessed the preferred settings to acquire a self-testing kit and to confirm a reactive result. Not being open about one’s sexual behaviors with men was associated with choosing self-testing as the preferred option, except in Greece; older age in Greece and Spain; reporting condomless anal intercourses (CAI) in Germany and Portugal; reporting one previous test in Greece; between 2 and 5 in Spain and with having been tested ≥ 12 months ago in Germany, Portugal and Spain. The internet (32.8%) was the preferred place to acquire a self-testing kit and primary care (34.0%) for confirmation purposes. Self-testing was highly valued, especially among individuals who were not open about their sexual behaviors with men. In certain countries, it was also associated with older age, CAI and being undertested.
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    Fomento del autoaprendizaje mediante la construcción de exámenes tipo test
    (2021-06) Pulido Manzanero, José; Astasio Arbiza, Paloma; Cea Soriano, Trinidad Lucía; Ortega Molina, Paloma; Santos Sancho, Juana María; García Ferrera, Alicia; de Burgos González, Airam; Regidor Poyatos, Enrique
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    Fomento del autoaprendizaje mediante la implementación y utilización de H5P en el Campus Virtual
    Cea Soriano, Lucía; Pulido Manzanero, José; Huerta Álvarez, Consuelo; Santos Sancho, Juana María; de Burgos González, Airam; Mota Pérez, Mª Mercedes; Sole Sauto, Mª Elena