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Psychologische Reaktionen auf die kardiologische Intensivstation

  • A. E. Philip

Zusammenfassung

Als Mitte der 60er Jahre die ersten kardiologischen Intensivstationen eingerichtet wurden, befürchtete man, sie würden auf die Patienten psychisch sehr belastend und beunruhigend wirken. Man glaubte, die beengten räumlichen Verhältnisse würden von den Patienten fast wie eine schwere Prüfung erlebt werden, die kontinuierliche apparative Überwachung würde sie einerseits verängstigen und andererseits Anlaß zu übermäßiger Abhängigkeit sein, so daß es bei der Verlegung auf die Normalstation erneut zu Angst und Unruhe käme.

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