Stress of hospitalization, Biology

STRESS OF HOSPITALIZATION 

Stress refers to the imbalance between the environmental  and societal demands and the child's coping abilities  and resources that puts  them in a state of disequilibrium. The admission process has three-aspects which can be stress full for child and parents.  

  1.   The social environment of  the admission setting; 
  2.   The physical environment of the hospital unit to which the child is assigned; and 
  3.   The nature of  the admitting procedures to which the child is subjected. 
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