Journal of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing

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Commentary - Journal of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing (2023) Volume 6, Issue 1

Current Practice in Nursing care of Pediatric Patients and Therapeutic Play in Nursing Care of Pediatric Patients

According to the Center for Disease Control( CDC), in 2017 rehabilitated pediatric cases in the United States comprised 6.6 of the total rehabilitated cases across all periods with a aggregate of,529 pediatric cases( 3). Those pediatric cases admitted are complex with comorbidities in numerous cases. Presently nursers face increased patient caseloads in the sanitarium, homecare, and clinic settings and accordingly their time is at a decoration. The suggestions for interventions in this course will help the nanny to give care that's timely and dwindle emotional meltdowns by understanding the child throughout his/ her experimental stage. The way a nanny approaches his/ her cases can do a great deal in encouraging a alarmed or cautious child. Research has shown children tend to be extremely flexible when well supported ( 2). Children who have access to defensive factors are more suitable to overcome adversity and traumatic events. These defensive factors are particular rates similar as personality; family connections; managing chops; passions of control and tone- confidence( 4). Through adversity children can learn how to reuse life grounded on their own gests , how they've dealt with those gests in the history, and responses from others similar as parents, nursers, and other healthcare providers. In short, children use these events to reflect back in a positive way for unborn stressful gests

Author(s): Malakeh Nieri

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