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Accessibility and resolutibility of ocular problems assisted at ‘SUS’


The present study follows the foundations of ‘SUS’(the Brazilian free medical assistance): .the universality, integrality and justness in the attention of hea1th. Search to improve and to guarantee the access for Ophthalmology treatment, working to strengthen the regionalization and hierarchization of ‘SUS’, with resolutibility. The demand was shown necessary starting from the data obtained in previous project, inside of Public Politics F APESP, that showed us that about 10% of the populations approached in Municipal districts need to be treated at the University Hospital. (AU)

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LARISSA HORIKAWA SATTO; ROBERTA LILIAN FERNANDES DE SOUZA MENEGHIM; FLAVIO EDUARDO HIRAI; CARLOS ROBERTO PADOVANI; SILVANA ARTIOLI SCHELLINI. Impact of a mobile unit on access to eye care in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Arquivos Brasileiros de Oftalmologia, v. 84, n. 1, p. 51-57, Jan. 2021. Web of Science Citations: 0.

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