Case Report - Case Reports in Surgery and Invasive Procedures (2022) Volume 6, Issue 4
The effect of family member's presence during treatment and invasive procedures on victim and families.
The idea of family presence during revival and obtrusive techniques is a disputable issue and has not been generally embraced by medical care suppliers. Attributable to the sheer number of concentrates in this field, we led this umbrella review to furnish an outline of this idea fully intent on researching the effect of family presence on patients, families, and revival and obtrusive techniques. In this survey, utilizing the Joanna Briggs Institute levels of proof umbrella approach rules, the creators looked through PubMed, Google Scholar, Embase, MEDLINE, Web of Science, Scopus, and the Cochrane data set for precise audit and meta-examination concentrates on that assessed the presence of family during revival and obtrusive strategies without time limit until July 2020. The accompanying catchphrases were utilized for the hunt: family presence; family witness; parent presence; parent observer; and revival. A sum of 254 articles distributed between January 1967 and July 2020 were screened. Five articles (meta-examination and 4 efficient audits) met the incorporation rules.Author(s): Thomas Yu Yau