Sindrome da Ipertermia Maligna: una revisione bibliografica

Sonia Polin, Mara Dorigo, Marilisa Corso

Abstract

Introduzione: la sindrome da Ipertermia Maligna o Malignant Hyperthermia (MH) è una rara e gravissima complicanza dell’anestesia generale, che si presenta in soggetti geneticamente predisposti in seguito all’esposizione a fattori scatenanti (gas alogenati e succinilcolina cloruro). È un’emergenza medica che non presenta un quadro clinico di chiara identificazione. Tutti gli infermieri, specie quelli d’anestesia, dovrebbero essere formati per essere pronti a gestirla.

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