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Research Article - Current Pediatric Research (2021) Volume 25, Issue 10

Attitudes compatible with the preservation of the affective state in young people with COVID-19.

The predisposition determines the attitudes that people have to face the circumstances; in this research, a comprehensive approach is made to the attitudes of young people infected by COVID-19 to preserve their affective states; during and after the infection, there is an alteration of the experiences with the family members of the home, with the couple and with the family that is living in another place, which confronts the young person to resolve this situation. To carry out the research, we worked with four male and four female participants and three doctors who treated COVID-19, who with their testimonies, helped to understand the subject better. The semi-structured in-depth interview was used, and software and discourse content analysis were used for processing. The results show attitudes of resignation to the acceptance of death, compliance with the measures of social isolation, rationalization of death as a good act use of biosafety equipment, show feelings of helplessness in the face of calamity. Intake of infusions and preventive medications; in couple relationships, they show an attitude of trust; communication is carried out by telephone. Young people have savings for emergencies, in cases of death, they perform religious rituals, among their priorities is their family; household members have returned to work; in cases where deaths have been registered. There was emotional and economic dependence on the deceased; they receive emotional support from significant others, and there is economic and moral solidarity.

Author(s): Fernando Eli Ledesma Pérez, Kelly Myriam Jiménez de Aliaga, Juana María Cruz Montero, Lindon Vela Meléndez, Enaidy Reynosa Navarro*

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