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Abstract O-11: THE ATTITUDE OF CRITICALLY CHILDREN’ PARENTS ABOUT FAMILY PRESENCE IN THE RESUSCITATION

Hu, F.1; Lu, G.1

Pediatric Critical Care Medicine: June 2018 - Volume 19 - Issue 6S - p 7–8
doi: 10.1097/01.pcc.0000537353.23442.7b
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1Children’s Hospital of Fudan University, Emergency Department, shanghai, China

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Aims & Objectives:

To investigate the feasibility of the application of resuscitation in pediatric emergency department, and to provide the reference for the development of targeted interventions

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Methods

Using FPDR-BRS(Family Presence During Resuscitation Benefits-Risks) investigated the attitude of parents about family presence in the resuscitation

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Results

297 family members participated in the study, 10 (3.4%) families didn’t agree family presence in the resuscitation after they completed the scale. 287 (96.6%) families agreed family presence. There was significant differences in the resuscitation presence in the family (P=0.032). The families with this experience showed more agreed to family presence than family without experience. In the items of benefits, families had lowest degree in identities of sadness expression and prevention of psychological trauma. In the items of risks, families had highest degree in identities of scare and disturbance in the medical work

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Conclusions

Most families agreed with family presence. From the results in the scale, we can find that family members had obvious tendencies in the risks. We recommend that we should take targeted measures in the practice, which can relieve anxiety of families, promote the communication between patients and medical workers, and ensure orderly rescue process

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