La broncoaspirazione nel paziente tracheostomizzato: aderenza alle buone pratiche infermieristiche

Ricevuto: 17 gennaio 2018
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Pubblicato: 17 gennaio 2018
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Intro duzione: la broncoaspirazione è una procedura fi nalizzata a rimuovere il muco dalla cannula tracheostomica attraverso un sondino. E’ una procedura invasiva che non può essere praticata routinariamente poiché predispone il paziente a rischi severi. Per questo motivo essa va effettuata seguendo le raccomandazioni della letteratura.



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