Reanimación Cardiopulmonar presenciada por los familiares: estudio para implementar un programa RCP-PF en un hospital

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  • Maria Carmen Boqué Oliva

Palabras clave:

RCP, RCP-PF, Cuidados centrados en el paciente y familiares

Resumen

La presencia de familiares durante la reanimación cardiopulmonar (RCP) está ampliamente aceptada desde los años 80, pero la realidad es que el número de países europeos que la aceptan prácticamente no ha cambiado los últimos años (10/32 en adultos y 13/32 en niños). El 80% de los profesionales suelen ser reticentes a dicha presencia, alegando que pueden alterar el correcto desarrollo de la reanimación y puede ser contraproducente para profesionales y los familiares. En general los pediatras y las enfermeras suelen estar más a favor de la presencia de dichos familiares que los responsables de reanimación de adultos. Se realiza una encuesta a los profesionales de dos centros españoles para valorar, por una parte, su opinión sobre la RCP presenciada por los familiares (RCP-PF), y por otra, si creen factible implementar un programa de este tipo en su centro de trabajo.  Resultados: a pesar de que más del 80% de profesionales encuestados invitan a los familiares a retirarse de la escena de la RCP, un tercio de los mismos ve factible la puesta en marcha de dicho programa en su centro y casi la mitad estarían dispuestos a colaborar en dicha implementación.

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2021-10-28

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