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Juan Carlos Cortés Millán

Sonia Consuelo Agudelo Acosta

Atilio Moreno Carrillo

Resumen

La incidencia del paro cardiorrespiratorio en niños varía ampliamente: oscila entre 0,026 y 0,197 por cada 1000 habitantes menores de 18 años por año. La causa más frecuente es de origen respiratorio y el abordaje debe instaurarse de manera precoz y enfocarse en la identificación y el manejo del evento desencadenante. La búsqueda de la literatura para esta revisión se llevó a cabo en las bases de datos Medline, Embase y LILACS. El equipo de urgencias debe tener bien establecida la intervención que va a realizar, debido a que el procedimiento rápido, oportuno y adecuado es vital para la supervivencia del paciente.

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Keywords

niños, lactantes, reanimación cardiopulmonar

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Cortés Millán, J., Agudelo Acosta, S., & Moreno Carrillo, A. (2015). Manejo del paciente pediátrico en paro cardiorrespiratorio en el servicio de urgencias. Universitas Medica, 56(2), 186-199. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.javeriana.edu.co/index.php/vnimedica/article/view/16357
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