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Patient or UTI - Psychological aspects

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  1. Introduction
  2. Literary review
  3. History of the intensive care unit and its objectives
  4. Physical and environmental factors
  5. Conclusion

This paper aims to analyze the psychological aspect of the patient hospitalized in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) as well as the importance of the psychologist in the care of this patient. Hospital psychology is the playing field more develops in psychology. Among the many professional development opportunities, it is certainly meet the greatest prospects. Written according to chapters published in other author's works, this book deals with current trends in health psychology and its significant advances in conjunction with other health areas. This study, among others, is to expand and enrich the debates around this fascinating area.

Trauma added by all disease and hospital environment can be mitigated through psychological treatment. A growing number of hospitals are becoming aware of the importance of maintaining professional psychology area for the care of their patients, especially in situations involving diagnosis of diseases such as cancer, AIDS, stay in the Intensive Care Unit cases of amputation of limbs.

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