Transferencia de atención prehospitalaria entre equipos de salud: revisión integradora

Pre-hospital healthcare attention transference among health teams: an integrative review

Transferência de atenção pré-hospitalar entre equipes de saúde: revisão integrativa

  • J Dalco-Miorin Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Departamento de enfermagem (Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil)
  • S Camponogara Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Departamento de enfermagem (Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil)
  • T. Silva-de Mello Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Departamento de enfermagem (Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil)
  • K.E Petry Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Departamento de enfermagem (Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil)
  • A Bonfada-Torquetti Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Departamento de enfermagem (Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil)
  • G Loise-Dias Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Departamento de enfermagem (Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil)
Palabras clave: Transferencia de pacientes, continuidad de la atención al paciente, servicios médicos de emergencia, grupo de atención al paciente, Brasil
Key-words: Patient transfer, continuity of patient care, emergency medical services, patient care team, Brasil
Palavras chave: Transferência de pacientes, continuidade da assistência ao paciente, serviços médicos de emergência, equipe de assistência ao paciente, Brasil

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Dalco-Miorin, J; Camponogara, S; Mello, T. Silva-de; Petry, K.E; Bonfada-Torquetti, A; Loise-Dias, G. Transferencia de atención prehospitalaria entre equipos de salud: revisión integradora. Enfermería Universitaria. 2020; 17(4): 463-74. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/reu/463474reu [acceso: 21/01/2022]
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