L’utilizzo dell’ecografia nell’assistenza infermieristica: una revisione bibliografica

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Introduzione: negli ultimi anni l’ecografia è diventata un mezzo multidisciplinare non solo di diagnosi, ma anche di supporto a procedure terapeutiche. La non invasività fisica e biologica, la possibilità di essere realizzata al letto dell’utente e la semplice ripetibilità fanno dell’ecografia una tecnica largamente apprezzata e diffusa sia in campo diagnostico sia in campo interventistico.



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Ricci, D., & Benetton, M. (2018). L’utilizzo dell’ecografia nell’assistenza infermieristica: una revisione bibliografica. Scenario® - Il Nursing Nella Sopravvivenza, 31(2), 27–34. https://doi.org/10.4081/scenario.2014.92