Le lesioni da pressione intraoperatorie nel decorso postoperatorio

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Introduzione: l’insorgenza di lesioni da pressione (LDP) nella fase intraoperatoria e il rischio dei soggetti sottoposti a intervento chirurgico di svilupparle costituiscono un problema rilevante. Lo studio del decorso postoperatorio di tali lesioni è utile sia per migliorare gli esiti dell’assistenza infermieristica e la soddisfazione degli assistiti, sia per valutare quanto possano diventare motivo di ulteriore carico di lavoro per il personale.

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Bagnulo, S., Accardi, R., Bonalumi, S., Consonni, D., & Laquintana, D. (2018). Le lesioni da pressione intraoperatorie nel decorso postoperatorio. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 32(1), 34–38. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2015.81