INNOVACIONES QUE PUEDEN CAMBIARLO TODO: EL FUTURO DE LA ENFERMERÍA QUIRÚRGICA

José Manuel Asencio Gutiérrez

Resumen


La posibilidad de recoger y estructurar datos de forma masiva en los bloques quirúrgicos supone un salto cualitativo en la capacidad de generar nuevos conocimientos y algoritmos. Esta revisión literaria recopila innovaciones recientes en el entorno quirúrgico en relación con la mejora de los recursos materiales y humanos, de la seguridad del paciente y de las comunicaciones, incorporando distintas visiones sobre el impacto de este nuevo contexto para la Enfermería Quirúrgica.


Palabras clave


tecnología; innovación organizacional; automatización; tendencias; enfermería de quirófano; enfermería quirúrgica

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