Gestione del percorso per pazienti critici e raccomandazioni per il management assistenziale in caso di infezione da Sars-Cov 2: indagine sulle conoscenze e sulle competenze degli infermieri di Area Critica umbria

Elisa Ceciarini, Nicola Ramacciati

Abstract

Gli assistiti critici affetti da grave instabilità clinica, oltre all’indispensabile ricorso a cure immediate necessitano di essere incanalali in percorsi tempo-dipendenti rispetto ad altri quadri patologici. Obiettivo dello studio è quello di analizzare la conoscenza e l’esperienza maturata dagli infermieri di Area Critica umbri, relativamente alle procedure attivate per l’emergenza Covid-19 e alle norme di sicurezza negli ambienti di lavoro nell’ambito dell’assistenza di pazienti in condizioni critiche in periodo pandemico.

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