La gestione dell’arresto cardiorespiratorio nei pazienti adulti degenti al di fuori dall’area critica: analisi dei sistemi di risposta rapida all’emergenza intraospedaliera, efficacia e attuabilità

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Pubblicato: 2 agosto 2018
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    L’incidenza dell’arresto cardiorespiratorio in ospedale è compresa tra 1 e 5 casi per 1000 ricoveri. Dati ricavati dai regi- stri dell’American Heart Association (AHA) riportano indici di sopravvivenza alla dimissione pari al 17,6%. Si stima che tra il 60% e il 70% dei pazienti ospedalizzati manifesti un detoriamento dei parametri vitali nelle ore antecedenti l’arresto cardiorespiratorio.



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