La percezione degli infermieri delle no-technical skills durante la Rianimazione Cardiopolmonare: studio pilota.

Emanuele Buccione, Giancarlo Cicolini, Carlo Della Pelle

Abstract

Introduzione: 

gli Arresti Cardiaci condividono diverse caratteristi- che: alto stress, alta complessità, bassa frequenza. Una leadershipefficace nella rianimazione cardiopolmonare è riconosciuta come fattore che influenza positivamente le prestazioni. Durante unarianimazione cardiopolmonare (RCP), le prestazioni tecniche del team sono legate alle abilità non tecniche del Team Leader.

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