Le best practices per la gestione della sepsi e dello shock settico in ambito intensivo: indagine conoscitiva multicentrica sull’aderenza alle raccomandazioni delle linee guida

Elena Algeri, Valeria Baffè, Laura Boarini, Guglielmo Imbrìaco

Abstract

Introduzione: la sepsi è una risposta infiammatoria sistemica conseguente a un processo infettivo. Lo shock settico, diretta complicanza, è caratterizzato da ipoperfusione tissutale a cui si associa il danno funzionale di uno o più organi.
Obiettivo: l’obiettivo di questa indagine conoscitiva è di esplorare il livello di conoscenza degli infermieri di Terapia Intensiva in materia di sepsi e di shock settico.

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