L’infermiere e il PICC Team: uno studio retrospettivo

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l PICC è un dispositivo che consente l’accesso vascolare centrale. Si è affermato nell’ultimo ventennio e la sua diffusio-ne è stata possibile grazie alla praticità d’impianto e gestione, costo efficacia e formazione di PICC Team che ha reso protagonista l’infermiere. Con questo lavoro viene analizzato il primo anno di lavoro del PICC Team presso l’Azienda Ospedaliera di Perugia e valutata l’effi-cacia e l’efficienza per confermare le nuove competenze dell’infermiere specializzato

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Sciotti, R., Galzerano, A., Gili, A., Rampacci, R., & Mosca, S. (2018). L’infermiere e il PICC Team: uno studio retrospettivo. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 35(2), 34–37. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2018.249