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  1. Introduction
  2. Pathological phenomena
  3. Health professionals
  4. Analysis
  5. Conclusion

During this work, thought to question the focus of treatment that has been given to the patient. That is, sometimes the patient was taken care of by a team whose only concern was his physical body, and at other times, there was the search for a more comprehensive performance, also considering its psychological aspects.

In this topic, the aim is not to make a thorough investigation of the aspects of the health care team. However, it is considered that the ICU this team also goes through very stressful times and this may prevent good value family-staff-patient failing to do benefits for all three.

Santos and Sebastiani (2001) raise the question that the advancement of knowledge in the Health Science area culminated in the emergence of professional specialties and subspecialties. For them, on the one hand the deepening of expertise was essential, on the other generated a dichotomized reading of the patient. The way to mitigate such problems, according to the authors, is the proposed interdisciplinary approach, as well add to knowledge and the patient's cyst in full.

[...] For example, a team may be dealing with such extreme situations so omnipotent and expectations, and, in case of failure, can generate much frustration. If you are dealing realistically could thus to provide a more dignified death and comfortable to the patient from a humanitarian point of view, including in their care goals attention to family. This equation on self-esteem, that is, between achievement and expectation is also felt by the intensivist. In the ICU, he is the person directly responsible for the coordination and planning of the treatment, the attitudes in extreme situations and big decisions Di Biaggi (2001). [...]

[...] XIII. [Translated by Jayme Solomon]. Rio de Janeiro: Imago; 1969. p. 13-192. MAURER LANE, ST, "Social psychology and a new conception of man for psychology," in social psychology: the man in motion, São Paulo, Brasiliense pp. 10-19. ROSSER R. Quality of life assessment. [...]

[...] The intensive care physician has overall responsibility for the patient in the ICU. His routine is exhausting, sometimes or 48 hours of continuous work, living with desestruturastes situations and proceeding with invasive techniques, dealing with patients incommunicado and many physically unrecognizable by the transformations of organic disorders (DI BIAGGI p.44). Sleep deprivation, responsibility for technical intensive care, dealing with death, with the chronicity and severity of certain diseases, the complex performance, the front anxiety practice, the strain associated conflict resolution and vital decisions in the ICU, forward responsibility to ethical problems, the possibility of death is associated with failure are stressful to the professional. [...]

[...] You must first observe the life, the relationships and interactions established, considering the personal boundaries, physical and psychological needs, the feeling of productivity and individual growth, because health should target both the patient and the one who pays the health service. REFERENCES BOCK, A., In Defense of historical perspective in psychology. Paper presented by Dr. Ana Mercy Bahia Bock at PUC-MG on 13/05/02. CAMPOS, T.C.P. Hospital Psychology: the psychology practice in hospitals. Sao Paulo, E.P.U CECCARELLI, PR, "oedipal Settings of contemporaneity: thoughts on the new forms of membership," in Journal of Psychoanalysis Pulsional, Sao Paulo, year XV 88-98, mar FERRAZ, MB Quality of life: concept and a brief history. Young Physician, 1998; 219 -22. [...]

[...] He makes some of the problems that each team member can come across. To the ward, the state of stress is related to the fact that she had to constantly deal exclusively with the seriously ill, with little opportunity to relax, knowing that the consequences of a mistake can be catastrophic, and complexity of the equipment with which she read. It will have a greater chance of facing death in the ICU than in other medical environment, requiring her to experience the emotional turmoil that confronts death. [...]

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