Taking foreign countries as an example, the first reason is the serious shortage of medical resources due to the epidemic, and it is necessary to decide which patients will not be able to continue to use emergency equipment and rescue. When forced to allocate medical resources, it is actually a kind of mental harm. Taking China as an example, in February, the medical staff in Bu Tao suffered from the increased work pressure caused by the epidemic, the pressure of some people and their families, and more uncertainty (uncertainty). PTSD Definition: An event that has been experienced or witnessed or known, which is beyond the scope of ordinary human experience, witness or knowledge, and which causes intense distress, fear, helplessness, threatens the integrity of oneself or others, or causes serious harm. Main symptoms: constant recall of traumatic events, hypervigilance, avoidance and numbness, intense fear, feelings of helplessness and terror.
Risk factors: Prolonged, man-made and extremely terrifying events, trapped in difficult situations and difficult to escape, and sudden mass casualties. Admission to patients increases the risk of death and the possibility of physical disability more than usual, so the study pointed out that the risk of PTSD in the first line of emergency care is increased by 9.6%, such as in the face of a pandemic, the risk of PTSD in the front line is greater than 10%. Treatment prognosis: The response to treatment varies depending on factors such as individual constitution, degree of trauma number list and support system, but generally speaking, symptoms can be gradually improved within 2-6 weeks of starting the drug, but some patients need longer-term treatment. Follow-up treatment only improved. possible reaction Mental Hygiene for Nurses - 05-1536x1536 Photo Credit: Taiwan Public Health Student Association Physical physiology Behavior Emotional Cognitive cognition palpitations escape numbness difficulty concentrating Vomit constant anxiety anxiety obsessive thinking chest pain reduce contact.
Depressed mood situational representation headache interpersonal withdrawal anger fear poor memory stomach ache irritability mood swings Puzzled Insomnia Abusing alcohol or drugs Alexia hyper vigilance hyper vigilance conflict with others lose confidence Rumination Explanation of proper nouns Hypervigilance: A state of hyperarousal that is often manifested by vigilantly scanning the surroundings for signs of danger. Common in paranoid personalities, post-traumatic stress disorder, children who have been abused or neglected by their parents, and the use of certain types of psychotropic substances. Loss of Aesthesia: The inability of the patient to take pleasure in things that they used to enjoy. Symptoms include a lack of social motivation and avoidance of people, loss of appetite and libido, insomnia and fatigue, unexplained pain, sluggish memory, indecision, and hesitation Undecided. Obsessive-Compulsive Thinking: Obsessive-compulsive thinking refers to an impulse, feeling, idea, or emotion that suddenly enters the patient's consciousness and occurs repeatedly.