Justificación bibliográfica del análisis de riesgos para los profesionales sanitarios en ambulancias de urgencia

Sección: Artículo de Revisión

Autores

Tania Arenal, Tomás Belzunegui

Resumen

Introducción. Esta revisión bibliográfica tiene como objetivo justificar y evidenciar la necesidad de un análisis de riesgos del transporte sanitario urgente español.


Palabras clave:

Ambulancia; enfermera riesgo y urgencia

Abstract:

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