Esiti neurologici dei pazienti colpiti da arresto cardiaco in ambito extraospedaliero: efficacia delle compressioni toraciche meccaniche vs compressioni toraciche manuali: una revisione della letteratura.

Marco Ranfone

Abstract

Introduzione: in caso di arresto cardiaco extra-ospedaliero (OHCA), alcuni fattori che influenzano negativamente l’efficacia delle manovre rianimatorie sono l’affaticamento fisico degli operatori sanitari
ed il contesto in cui si trovano ad eseguire la Rianimazione Cardio Polmonare (RCP). Per ovviare a questi problemi, sono stati ideati dei dispositivi meccanici in grado di produrre compressioni toraciche
esterne efficaci da un punto di vista emodinamico, che favoriscono la sopravvivenza e la conservazione delle funzioni neurologiche.

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