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Psihološki vidiki proceduralne bolečini pri otroku in uporaba kognitivno-vedenjskega pristopa

Martina Bürger Lazar in Mateja Sever

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Povzetek: Zdravstveni posegi so lahko za otroka zelo stresna izkušnja. Negativne izkušnje s pogostimi bolečimi posegi lahko povzročijo pomembnejše dolgoročne psihološke posledice. Zato je poleg farmakološke priprave otroka na zdravstvene posege pomembna tudi uporaba različnih kognitivno-vedenjskih tehnik, ki pomagajo blažiti distres in jakost zaznane bolečine. Ni pa standardne metode, ki bi bila za vse otroke enako primerna. Izbira le-te mora temeljiti ne le na invazivnosti in trajanju samega posega, temveč tudi na poznavanju dejavnikov, ki vplivajo na doživljanje bolečine, ter na osebnih značilnostih otroka. Izsledki raziskav, v katerih so proučevali učinkovitost različnih psiholoških pristopov pri pripravi otrok na (boleče) zdravstvene posege, do sedaj najbolj potrjujejo učinkovitost kognitivno-vedenjskih ukrepov in nagovarjajo k njihovi uporabi v klinični praksi.

Ključne besede: proceduralna bolečina, otrok, psihološki vidiki bolečine, kognitivno-vedenjski ukrepi


Citiraj:
Bürger Lazar, M. in Sever, M. (2020). Psihološki vidiki proceduralne bolečini pri otroku in uporaba kognitivno-vedenjskega pristopa [Psychological aspects of paediatric procedural pain and implementation of cognitive-behavioural approach]. Psihološka obzorja, 29, 42–51. https://doi.org/10.20419/2020.29.509


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