I bisogni dei familiari dei pazienti ricoverati in Terapia Intensiva (Aperta Vs Chiusa)

Lucia Villa, Stefano Terzoni, Alessandro Galazzi, Anne Lucie DeStrebecq

Abstract

Introduzione: il ricovero di un proprio caro in terapia intensiva provoca un profondo cambiamento nella gestione della vita quotidiana della famiglia. Questa situazione fa emerge la necessità di svolgere ricerche che analizzino i bisogni dei familiari per comprenderne i problemi che sorgono durante la degenza in Terapia Intensiva (TI).
Obiettivo: rilevare i bisogni dei familiari dei pazienti ricoverati in terapia intensiva confrontando le differenze emerse tra TI aperte e TI chiuse.

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