Research Article of Research Journal of Emergency Medicine
LIGHT TECHNOLOGY IN A HIGH-COMPLEXITY HEALTH UNIT: A MULTIPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Tacyanne Bilro de Miranda1*Thatiane Guedes de Oliveira Machado2
Introduction. The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is marked by the hard technology and dominated by the technical language, and can become a scenario of strong emotions, conflicts and feelings for the family, settling in a hostile environment. In this context, parents experience feelings of guilt, fear, anguish, and disability. In this perspective, it is necessary to think of care strategies that use light technology in health care in hospitals of high complexity. Objective. Provide a playful moment with the mothers of babies hospitalized in the Neonatal ICU. Methods. Report of experience of the celebration of the day of the children, on October 12, 2018, carried out by the multiprofessional team of the Maternity School Januário Cicco, in the auditorium of said institution.There were jokes, children’s dances and a karaoke. Popcorn was distributed as a souvenir in the shape of a slipper with jujube, made with disposable cup, in blue and pink, depending on the sex of the baby. This memory was made by residents of the Multiprofessional Residence in Neonatal Intensivism. Results. The activity counted on the participation of 15 mothers, 1 professional and 8 residents of said service, providing teaching-service integration. Through this activity it was possible to provide a moment of integration, communication, creativity and affectivity. Both mothers and residents were able to develop their communicative and bonding skills. Conclusion. The activity revealed the importance of including playfulness in the hospital as an instrument capable of modifying unpleasant situations arising from the prolonged hospitalization process, since it proposes to care in an integrated way. The entire process, in addition to benefiting children and residents, has made the local health service more humanized.
Keywords: Light technology, Neonatal ICU, Multiprofessional Team.
How to cite this article:
Tacyanne Bilro de Miranda, Thatiane Guedes de Oliveira Machado. LIGHT TECHNOLOGY IN A HIGH-COMPLEXITY HEALTH UNIT: A MULTIPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE.Research Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2019, 2:8
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