Nueva estrategia para reducir las úlceras por presión en la UTI | 27 MAR 14

¿Qué es un "equipo de rotación"?

La implementación de un equipo dedicado a rotar y reposicionar a todos los pacientes cada 2 horas podría disminuir la formación de úlceras por presión en la unidad quirúrgica de cuidados intensivos.
Autor/a: Dres. Still MD, Cross LC, Dunlap M, Rencher R, Larkins ER, Carpenter DL, Buchman TG, Coopersmith CM J Am Coll Surg 2013; 216(3): 373-379
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