Il carico di lavoro infermieristico in una terapia intensiva Covid “free”: uno studio retrospettivo descrittivo

Laura Zoppini, Cristina Scala, Domenico Gulizia, Cristiana Alessandra Cipolla, Beatrice Maria Benedetta Alberti, Michele Stellabotte, Silvano Pagani, Manuel Giuseppe Ravanelli, Davide Costa, Camelia Adriana Baciu, Gaia Barlo, Barbara Porro, Antonio Di Paola, Erika Anzaldi, Alessandro Gubertini, Claudia Zanoni

Abstract

Sin dall’inizio della pandemia da SARS-COV2 le terapie intensive italiane sono state messe a dura prova ed hanno dovuto ripensare alle proprie dotazioni di personale e mezzi. Il carico di lavoro infermieristico nelle Terapie Intensive dedicate a pazienti COVID-19 positivi ha subito grosse modifiche rispetto alla situazione precedente all’emergenza. Nessuno studio è stato fin ora condotto riguardo il carico di lavoro infermieristico nelle Terapie Intensive COVID-Free durante il periodo di esordio della pandemia da SARS COV-2. L’obiettivo di questo lavoro è  stato quindi quello di descrivere la variazione del carico di lavoro infermieristico in una Terapia Intensiva Covid-free di un ospedale pubblico milanese.

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