Monitoraggio e miglioramento della qualità del sonno in terapia intensiva: una revisione della letteratura

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La maggioranza dei pazienti ricoverati in terapia intensiva riferisce una riduzione della qualità  del sonno durante il periodo di degenza. La carenza di sonno comporta gravi ripercussioni sull'outcome clinico della persona, ritardando i tempi di dimissione e aumentando il rischio di complicanze. Nonostante la problematica sia ampiamente diffusa nei reparti di area critica, la consapevolezza al riguardo è ancora minima.

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Alice Piombini

 

 

Guglielmo Imbrìaco

 

 

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Piombini, A., & Imbrìaco, G. (2023). Monitoraggio e miglioramento della qualità del sonno in terapia intensiva: una revisione della letteratura. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 39(4), 19–31. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2022.531