Utilizzo di farmaci per via sottocutanea nel paziente terminale. Una breve revisione

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La somministrazione di farmaci per via sottocutanea è una pratica molto comune nelle cure palliative per il controllo dei sintomi nel fine vita. La letteratura offre studi per lo più di tipo osservazionale dai quali emerge un ampio spettro di farmaci somministrabili per via sottocutanea nei pazienti terminali. Nella pratica clinica si somministrano per via sottocutanea molti farmaci con beneficio nel trattamento dei sintomi del fine vita ma le evidenze scientifiche sono scarse; le raccomandazioni derivano soprattutto da case report e valutazioni derivate dall’opinione degli esperti.

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Bosa, M., Benetton, M., & Franzoi, A. (2020). Utilizzo di farmaci per via sottocutanea nel paziente terminale. Una breve revisione. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 37(1), 37–42. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2020.431