La “fragilità†come fattore predittivo degli esiti conseguenti al ricovero in un reparto semintensivo. Uno studio pilota.

Ricevuto: 17 gennaio 2018
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Pubblicato: 17 gennaio 2018
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Obiettivo: i soggetti fragili che subiscono un evento critico sono a elevato rischio di esiti avversi anche quando sopravvivono al ricovero. In ambito critico la condizione di fragilità viene raramente diagnosticata. L’obiettivo dello studio è di analizzare gli esiti del ricovero in una struttura semintensiva in una popolazione di pazienti fragili e identificare le variabili predittive di esito avverso.



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Casalanguida, S., Casalanguida, R., Gantar, M., & Sanson, G. (2018). La “fragilità” come fattore predittivo degli esiti conseguenti al ricovero in un reparto semintensivo. Uno studio pilota. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 33(3), 4–14.