L’errore nella somministrazione di terapia farmacologica endovenosa nelle Unità di Terapia Intensiva: stato dell’arte e strategie

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Pubblicato: 18 gennaio 2018
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Questa tipologia di errore emerge con maggior frequenza nelle UTI per alcune caratteristiche proprie del contesto come: criticità dei pazienti, elevata quantità di farmaci somministrati via endovenosa, necessità di risolvere specifici calcoli per garantire dosi ottimali, frequenti variazioni delle prescrizioni, continui aggiornamenti delle velocità infusionali, potenziali incompatibilità tra i farmaci infusi, necessità di gestire un’elevata quantità di informazioni in situazioni di urgenza.



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