Identificare e soddisfare i bisogni dei familiari dei pazienti ricoverati in terapia intensiva: uno studio osservazionale

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Introduzione: le Terapie Intensive (TI) sono da sempre luoghi ad alta complessità che, focalizzando l’attenzione sul paziente ad alta instabilità, perdono a volte contatto con la componente familiare che rischia di essere esclusa dal processo di assistenza. In letteratura gli autori sostengono la rilevanza del supporto offerto e da offrire ai familiari; per tale motivo è opportuno conoscere quali siano i bisogni che vengono ritenuti più importanti e il loro grado di soddisfazione, così da permettere un’assistenza olistica sia al paziente che alla famiglia.

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Corso, M., Battistella, C., & Peruzzo, C. (2018). Identificare e soddisfare i bisogni dei familiari dei pazienti ricoverati in terapia intensiva: uno studio osservazionale. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 32(3), 19–27. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2015.67