PL EN


2019 | 1 | 3-9
Article title

Czynniki wpływające na wystąpienie nagłego zatrzymania krążenia na podstawie danych z pogotowia ratunkowego we Wrocławiu.

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Title variants
EN
Factors affecting the occurrence of sudden cardiac arrest based on emergency medical services in Wroclaw.
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PL
Abstracts
PL
Wstęp. Nagłe zatrzymanie krążenia (SCA) jest poważnym problemem medycznym na całym świecie, szczególnie dla Pogotowia Ratunkowego. Kluczowe znaczenie w rokowaniu ma odpowiednia i szybka pomoc medyczna. Przy podejmowaniu decyzji o nadaniu wyjazdowi karetki odpowiedniego kodu pilności może być pomocna znajomość czynników ryzyka SCA i wykorzystanie odpowiedniego algorytmu decyzyjnego.
EN
Background. Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is a serious medical problem around the world, especially for emergency medical services. Adequate and urgent medical help plays a key role in the prognosis of SCA consequences. When deciding whether to give the ambulance the appropriate urgency code, it may be helpful to know the risk factors of SCA and use the proper decision algorithm.
Year
Issue
1
Pages
3-9
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Dates
published
2019-01-05
Contributors
  • Stacja Pogotowia Ratunkowego, Polskie Centrum Zdrowia Instytut Medyczny we Wrocławiu
  • Sekcja Administracji, Uniwersytecki Szpital Kliniczny we Wrocławiu
author
  • Samodzielny Publiczny Szpital Kliniczny nr 1 we Wrocławiu
  • Zakład Chorób Układu Nerwowego, Katedra Pielęgniarstwa Klinicznego, Wydział Nauk o Zdrowiu, Uniwersytet Medyczny we Wrocławiu
  • Zakład Pielęgniarstwa Internistycznego, Katedra Pielęgniarstwa Klinicznego, Wydział Nauk o Zdrowiu, Uniwersytet Medyczny we Wrocławiu
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ISSN
2084-4212
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-421266f6-5510-448f-8205-e76a3faae4c8
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