Desincronización de los ciclos circadianos en el personal de urgencias que realizan turno de noche

Desynchronisation of circadian cycles in emergency room staff on night shift

  • María Mérida-Raigón Hospital Universitario Reina Sofía (Córdoba, España)
  • María Plaza-Carmona Complejo Asistencial Universitario de León (León, España)
  • Carmen Juan-García Complejo Asistencial Universitario de León (León, España)
Palabras clave: Turno de noche, Horario de trabajo por turnos, Trastornos del sueño del ritmo circadiano, Urgencias
Key-words: Night shift, Shift work schedule, Circadian rhythm sleep disorders, Emergency room

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Mérida-Raigón, María; Plaza-Carmona, María; Juan-García, Carmen. Desincronización de los ciclos circadianos en el personal de urgencias que realizan turno de noche. Nuberos Científica. 2022; 6(36): 41-9. Disponible en: https://ciberindex.com/c/nc/3641nc [acceso: 13/04/2024]
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