La presenza dei familiari durante le manovre di rianimazione: un’indagine qualitativa in una Terapia Intensiva Generale

Matteo Giovannetti, Davide Boni, Paola Ferri, Massimo Girardis

Abstract

 

Nonostante molti studi confermino la volontà dei parenti di assistere alle manovre di rianimazione dei propri cari ricove- rati in unità di terapia intensiva, questo accade raramente in Italia, anche nel caso di terapie intensive aperte ai famigliari. Le causesono diverse, ma spesso sono i professionisti infermieri e medici ad essere contrari per ragioni non del tutto chiarite,

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