Diluizione dei farmaci in Terapia Intensiva: indagine descrittiva sulle diluizioni in uso nelle Terapie Intensive della regione Emilia Romagna

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Introduzione: Dalla revisione della letteratura si stima che gli errori farmacologici rappresentino una percentuale compresa tra il 12% ed il 20% di tutti gli errori avvenuti in ambiente sanitario. Da uno studio analizzato in una revisione di letteratura del 2013 si evince che il 44% degli errori farmacologici accaduti nelle Terapie Intensive avviene durante la preparazione, a causa di omissioni e di dosaggi errati, i qualirappresentano i più frequenti errori. Il setting delle Terapie Intensive fornisce assistenza ai pazienti più critici, che ricevono molteplici infusioni di medicinali alcuni dei quali potenzialmente rischiosi, ed è perciò associato a rischi significativi per eventi avversi e gravi errori.

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Munaretto, K., Piombini, S., & Imbrìaco, G. (2019). Diluizione dei farmaci in Terapia Intensiva: indagine descrittiva sulle diluizioni in uso nelle Terapie Intensive della regione Emilia Romagna. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 35(4), 19–24. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2018.370