Il passaggio di consegne tra Emergenza Territoriale e Pronto Soccorso: studio osservazionale con metodo SBAR

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Introduzione: il passaggio delle consegne tra il personale del servizio di emergenza 118 e il personale di Pronto Soccorso ha importanti implicazioni per la cura del paziente. È essenziale quindi che la trasmissione delle informazioni avvenga in maniera completa e corretta, rapida ed efficace.

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Biscaro, M., & Benetton, M. (2018). Il passaggio di consegne tra Emergenza Territoriale e Pronto Soccorso: studio osservazionale con metodo SBAR. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 31(1), 40–47. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2014.87