A STUDY TO ASSESS THE PARENTAL STRESS OF CHILD HOSPITALIZATION WITH INTRAVENOUS INFUSION AT SELECTED HOSPITAL IN CHENNAI

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mrs. Priya Sengupta, prof. Dr. S. Vasantha

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Back ground of the study: Being a presents one of the most stressful condition is child sickness and hospitalization. There is a different study where researcher found that child health condition is the major reason of family stress. This stress cycle is very strenuous and unforeseeable. A child illness is especially tough and repeated in unpredictable time. The goal of the investigation is to appraise the different aspect and factor of parent’s stress facing by the parents. With the help of different questionnaire various factor for parent’s stress has been assesses in this study. In this finding it has notice that the parents is emotionally so much effected while child is admitted in the hospital. Every parents mental condition is different some parents are thinking whatever I am doing for my child may be it is not sufficient, some parent’s thought is little more effort for care is essential, according to some parents may be they were not ready and some parents are over stressed like all the problem is arising because of child. So during this situation emotional support is most essential and in clinical sector only can provide that sympathy and emotional guidance during ongoing treatment process of child.


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Problem statement: A study to assess the parental stress of child hospitalization with intravenous infusion at selected hospital in Chennai.


Objective: To estimate the level of stress among parents during child hospitalization.

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prof. Dr. S. Vasantha, mrs. P. S. (2024). A STUDY TO ASSESS THE PARENTAL STRESS OF CHILD HOSPITALIZATION WITH INTRAVENOUS INFUSION AT SELECTED HOSPITAL IN CHENNAI. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Forum, 34(3s), 1418–1428. Retrieved from http://obstetricsandgynaecologyforum.com/index.php/ogf/article/view/501
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