L’accesso intraosseo: analisi dei bisogni formativi degli infermieri di un dipartimento d’emergenza pediatrico

Ricevuto: 19 gennaio 2018
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Pubblicato: 19 gennaio 2018
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Introduzione: esistono dubbi sul fatto che il personale infermieristico che lavora in area critica sia realmente pronto all’uso dell’accesso intraosseo (IO).
Obiettivo dello studio è comprendere quale sia la percezione dello staff infermieristico del Dipartimento Emergenza Accettazione (DEA) dell’Ospedale Infantile Regina Margherita di Torino, circa la preparazione in materia di accesso IO, rilevandone i bisogni formativi.
Materiali e metodi: è stato distribuito un questionario, creato ad hoc, di 16 domande suddivise in 4 aree tematiche.



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