Emogasanalisi da catetere venoso centrale in Terapia Intensiva Pediatrica: due tecniche a confronto

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Pubblicato: 18 gennaio 2018
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Obiettivo: confrontare i valori emogasanalitici ottenuti con la tecnica push-pull e con quelli ottenuti con la tecnica dello scarto.
Materiali e metodi: studio quantitativo comparativo monocentrico. Sono stati confrontati previa emogasanalisi i valori ottenuti da 70 coppie di campioni ematici. Il campione di pazienti presi in esame è costituito da 70 bambini e adolescenti di età compresa tra 1 mese e 14 anni portatori di catetere venoso centrale.



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