Gestione non farmacologica delle emorragie nel setting pre-ospedaliero

Davide Sorrentino, Massimo Guasconi, Federica Calò, Enrico Lucenti

Abstract

L’emorragia esterna continua ad essere una grande sfida nel setting pre-ospedaliero perché spesso di difficile gestione. Essa è generalmente dovuta a traumi e se non controllata numerose possono essere le complicanze che determina. A tal proposito sono stati ideati diversi presidi che hanno come obiettivo il controllo precoce dell’emorragia e quindi la sopravvivenza del paziente. L’obiettivo di questo studio è indagare sui metodi non farmacologici per trattare le emorragie in ambito pre-ospedaliero da parte dell’infermiere di emergenza territoriale

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