Preporuke Resuscitacionog saveta Srbije za primenu mera resuscitacije tokom Covid 19 pandemije

  • Violetta Raffay
  • Mihaela Budimski
  • Aleksandra Lazić Klinički Centar Vojvodine - Urgentni centar
  • Mila Josipovic Dom Zdravlja Subotica
  • zoran Fiser Zavod za hitnu medicinsku pomoc Novi Sad
  • Ivana Obradović Bolnica “Sveti vračevi” - Bjeljina
Ključne reči: kardiopulmonalna resuscitacija, etika tokom resuscitacije, trening u resuscitaciji, osnovne mere podrške životu, napredne mere podrške životu

Sažetak


Pandemija COVID 19 izazvana je virusom kojeg nedovoljno poznajemo. Nova situacija dovela je do potrebe da se omogući kvalitetna resuscitacija obolelih od COVID 19 infekcije ali uz kvalitenu zaštitu medicinskih profesionalaca od rizika infekcije. Naša nastojanja u okviru našeg programskog delovanja, usmerena su da načinimo preporuke Resuscitacionog saveta Srbijje kao vodeće strukovne strukovne organizacije za primenu mera resuscitacije u uslovima COVID 19 pandemije.

Mi smo načinili Preporuke za primenu mera resuscitacije, Preporuke za etička piatanja prijmene mera resuscitacije kod obolelih od COVID 19 infekcije  i  preporuke za sprovođenje treninga tokom pandemije COVID-19.

Preporuke smo izradili u saradji sa Evropskim resuscitacionim savetom i drugim partnerskim organizacijama, koje su deo mreže nacionalnih saveta za Resuscitacionu medicine u Evropi.

Preporuke će u narednom period biti modifikovane sa pojavom novih saznanja i dopunjavane u odnosu na ovaj osnovni tekst na osnovu novih naučnih dokaza svakih 6 meseci a sve do donošenja jedinstvenih preporuka Evropskog resucitacionog saveta za koje se očekuje da se obajve na jesen 2021. Godine.

Biografije autora

Mihaela Budimski

Dom zdravlja Subotica

Aleksandra Lazić, Klinički Centar Vojvodine - Urgentni centar

specijalista urgentne medicine

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2020/12/01
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RaffayV., BudimskiM., LazićA., JosipovicM., Fiser zoran, & ObradovićI. (2020). Preporuke Resuscitacionog saveta Srbije za primenu mera resuscitacije tokom Covid 19 pandemije. Journal Resuscitatio Balcanica, 6(16), 246 - 254. https://doi.org/10.5937/jrb6-27396
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