L’efficacia della CPAP in ambito preospedaliero nei pazienti con edema polmonare acuto cardiogeno: revisione della letteratura.

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Introduzione: l’edema polmonare acuto cardiogeno (EPAC) è un’emergenza medica a rischio per la vita se non viene trattata precocemente; da ciò l’importanza di un approccio immediato e adeguato, sin dal primo soccorso sul territorio. L’utilizzo della CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) nell’insufficienza respiratoria acuta ipossica da EPAC è considerato, ormai, il primo approccio terapeutico accanto alla terapia medica convenzionale, e attualmente considerata la terapia non farmacologia più efficace.

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Mormile, A., Nykieforuk, S., Corradini, A., Pontrandolfo, S., & Mormile, A. (2018). L’efficacia della CPAP in ambito preospedaliero nei pazienti con edema polmonare acuto cardiogeno: revisione della letteratura. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 34(4), 22–26. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2017.123