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Environmental ICU Interference

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  1. Introduction
  2. The ICU environment
  3. Moritz and Garrido
  4. Conclusion

On the physical conditions, Milk (2000), just mentioned, highlights the fact the ICU be a strange environment where people with known links are broken. The patient is subjected to invasive and painful procedures, subject to rules that can trigger her feelings of helplessness, depression and others. It mentions that, with constant brightness, no breakage of the circadian rhythm, the patient feels the temporal change, patient comes into contact with noises and unknown machines.

On the physical and environmental conditions reported by Sebastiani (1995), have been highlighted above isolation, the devices, the climate of death, loss of sense of time and space as possible factors to interfere with the patient's emotional state. He says that environmental factors might influence the evolution of the patient and that any change in the emotional state of this reflects directly on your condition.

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