Sara Calicchia

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Introduction. In the event of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) early intervention provided by a layperson can be life-saving. Teaching first aid in primary school may increase the lifelong ability and motivation of young people to take action in an emergency. Objective. The aim of this article is to report a training experience on BLSD (Basic Life Support and(More)
The aim of this study was to compare the different approaches used for chemical risk assessment, in relation to the perception of riskfor operators, in some research laboratories of a hospital in Rome. All information regarding the chemicals used for the application of three algorithmic models for chemical risk assessment ("Movarisch", "Inforisk",(More)
Develop an effective First Aid's system in workplaces is significantly important to the outcomes of accidents at work, thus contributing positively to create healthy and safe environments, improving responsible attitude and risk perception by workers. The italian regulation (D. Lgs. 81/08; DM 388/03) gives an important role to First Aid within the system(More)
Immediate activation of the chain of survival and the CPR training of the lay population, including prompt use of a semiautomatic defibrillator (AED), has been amply shown to reduce mortality due to cardiac arrest, which causes 60,000 deaths per year in Italy alone. This paper proposes a revision of the Italian regulation D.M. 388/03 on First Aid (FA),(More)
Fatigue is a topical subject that slips an univocal classification. That is because it involves the whole organism with its physiological components (Autonomous Nervous System, biochemical parameters...), as well as the affective, cognitive, and behaviour components. The Authors investigate fatigue as an emotion. Emotion is a research object that unifies(More)
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