Remote Damage Control Resuscitation. L’uso della trasfusione precoce nel paziente emorragico in ambito extraospedaliero

Ricevuto: 7 agosto 2019
Accettato: 7 agosto 2019
Pubblicato: 1 agosto 2019
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Introduzione: La teoria del Remote Damage Control Resuscitation (RDCR) si applica nel trattamento preospedaliero del paziente emorragico, e predilige l’infusione precoce di emoderivati per contrastare gli stati di acidosi e coagulopatia. L’obiettivo del presente studio è quello di analizzare come questa procedura viene impiegata nelle varie realtà estere dove è stata introdotta, rilevando i risultati che sono ottenuti in termini di outcome per il paziente, fattibilità e costi.



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Polo, G. B., Bianco, M., & Carta, A. (2019). Remote Damage Control Resuscitation. L’uso della trasfusione precoce nel paziente emorragico in ambito extraospedaliero. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 36(2), 12–20.