TITLE

El triaje obstétrico: nuevo reto para las matronas. Experiencia del Hospital Parc Taulí en la implementación de un sistema de triaje obstétrico

AUTHOR(S)
Obregón-Gutiérrez, Noemí; Rebollo-Garriga, Glòria; Gil, Maria Pilar Costa; Puig-Calsina, Salut; Fresno, Susana Calle-Del; Domínguez, Montse Garrido
PUB. DATE
March 2011
SOURCE
Matronas Profesion;2011, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p49
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Triage practice is widely implemented in general emergency departments of our country, which has proved effective in identifying risk situations, ensuring prioritization of medical visits according to urgency. In midwifery is the midwife who performs the triage, as it is the nurse specialist in obstetrics and gynecology. The resulting nursing care of the grounds of urgency as well as conducting advanced triage requires action by a nurse practitioner. The introduction of obstetric triage in CSPT, while improving responsiveness to the needs of users, establishes uniform criteria and consistent scientific adequate attention to the needs of the user has about their demand for care.
ACCESSION #
83004953

 

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