La rilevazione della temperatura corporea nell’emergenza-urgenza pre-ospedaliera: Rapid Evidence Assessment

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La rilevazione dei parametri vitali è un punto cardine nell’assessment del paziente da parte dell’infermiere in emergenza territoriale ma la rilevazione della temperatura corporea non sempre emerge come parametro di riferimento . L’obiettivo di questo studio è indagare attraverso una revisione sistematica della letteratura se nel setting pre-ospedialero avviene la rilevazione della temperatura corporea in modo sistematico e secondariamente se emerge una sede ottimale di rilevazione del dato temperatura.



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Lucenti, E., Dasso, N., Catania, G., Zanini, M., Bagnasco, A. M., & Sasso, L. (2020). La rilevazione della temperatura corporea nell’emergenza-urgenza pre-ospedaliera: Rapid Evidence Assessment. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 36(4), 16–23.