Humanized nursing care for the patient in a psychiatric outbreak
AbstractOver time, mental health care demands have gained space in emergencies and emergency rooms around the world, psychotic outbreaks, suicide attempts, disorders of the most varied degrees reach hospital units and are under the responsibility of the critical look and assistance of the nursing, which should guide its care in humanization and integralization, to promote a good recovery and assistance to these patients, this article aimed to describe the relevance of the role of nursing in the humanization of patient care in a psychiatric outbreak, pointing out the importance of humanization of mental health care in emergency rooms and hospital units, a bibliographic study was carried out with an integrative review, using documents available in the computerized databases of Scielo and Bireme. The main findings point out that nursing is vital in the process of humanization of in-hospital care for these patients in psychiatric outbreaks, and that failure to observe correct containment protocols, and assessment of the patient's real need, can compromise their treatment. Drastically, requiring humanization, empathy, and a care practice based on scientific evidence in the best way to approach, question and program nursing care.
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