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sábado, 18 de julio de 2020

Communication During Resuscitation

EMCrit RACC
EMCrit RACC - July 16, 2020 - By Mike Lauria
"Communication During Resuscitation
Communication continues to be a major issue in virtually all high-stress, time-sensitive environments. This has been discussed a number of times on EMCrit, most recently in Podcast 230: Resuscitation Communication. This post reviews some of those key elements and some of the literature to support these concepts.
Failure of communication has been cited as a primary contributor to a number of mishaps and accidents in different industries as well as the world of clinical medicine. In resuscitation, communication is paramount. It is critical to understand important aspects of good communication: what should or should not be said, how it should be said, when it should be said, and who should be saying it..."