Review Article of International Journal of Pain Research and Treatment
BENEFITS OF LUDIC ACTIVITIES IN MODIFICATION OF PAINFUL FEELING OF CHILDREN WITH CANCER IN HOSPITAL INSULATION UNITS
Veronica Barbosa de Andrade1, Wedja Maria da Silva2, Ana Maria de Lima Santos3, Maria Celeste Campello Diniz4, Ianne Roberta Sales dos Santos5, Aryanne Teixeira Torres da Silva6.
Introduction: In relation to the negative impacts of pain on the quality of life of the child with cancer, they tend to represent an environment of frustration, fear and anxiety, and this should identify and stimulate the use of effective strategies, since distraction, presence family members and playful activity help to minimize these painful sensations as well as social issues as the child leaves home and friends and moves inward for a period of time, so it is of great relevance for the care of children with cancer, not only invasive treatments but also dynamic strategies that rescue the child’s joy and the stimulation of living. Objective: To relate the benefits of playful activity in the treatment of children with hospitalized cancer, and the reduction of pain sensation. Methodology: This is a bibliographical review of the integrative type. Result: The distraction that play activities bring besides being defined as one of the intrinsic characteristics of playing can also be an important auxiliary tool in coping with acute painful situations, and helps in recovery. Conclusion: In this way, it is of fundamental importance to the use of play activities, because even with all the difficulties of hospitalization, the child tends to have a good recovery behind the realization of these dynamic practices as well as develop abilities throughout their treatment.
Keywords: Child, Pain, Cancer, Strategies.
How to cite this article:
Veronica Barbosa de Andrade, Wedja Maria da Silva, Ana Maria de Lima Santos, Maria Celeste Campello Diniz, Ianne Roberta Sales dos Santos, Aryanne Teixeira Torres da Silva.BENEFITS OF LUDIC ACTIVITIES IN MODIFICATION OF PAINFUL FEELING OF CHILDREN WITH CANCER IN HOSPITAL INSULATION UNITS.International Journal of Pain Research and Treatment, 2019, 2:12.
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