Il ruolo decisionale dell’infermiere nella gestione della ventilazione meccanica: un confronto tra la realtà italiana e quella spagnola

Alessandro Galazzi, Korneliusz Kilim, Gian Domenico Giusti, Ilaria Andresi, Ileana Adamini

Abstract

Introduzione: la gestione ottimale della ventilazione meccanica e dello svezzamento richiede un processo decisionale dinamico e collaborativo per ridurre al minimo le complicanze ed evitare ritardi nell’estubazione. In assenza di collaborazione il processo di ventilazione può essere frammentato, incoerente e ritardato con un aumento della mortalità. Gli esiti dello svezzamento e della durata della
ventilazione meccanica sono positivamente influenzati dalla crescente partecipazione degli infermieri.

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