With words I cannot say: giving new meaning to care through music in cardio pediatric postoperative

Odemir Pires Cardoso Júnior, Mara Marúsia Martins Sampaio Campos, Mônica Cordeiro Ximenes de Oliveira, Maria Tereza Aguiar Pessoa Morano, Maria Valdelede Uchoa Morais Araújo, Kelen Yamille dos Santos Chaves

Abstract


Objective: to understand the new meanings that music promotes in the care of children in cardio pediatric surgery postoperative.Methods: qualitative research with professionals of the multi professional health team through a semi-structured interview based on the Content Analysis method. Results: professionals perceived the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit as a scenario susceptible to deterioration in the quality of care. In addition, they considered that the use of music, as an integrative and complementary therapy, fostered the production of senses in health care, proving it capable of providing relaxation, distraction, well-being, pleasant memories and comfort to professionals and hospitalized children. Conclusion: music contributed to give new meaning to care optimizing humanization and restructuring health promotion processes. The experience provided reflections, skills, emotional expression, sensations and feelings such as relaxation, distraction and well-being in the multi professional team. Child care has been expanded, combining the technological arsenal with concern for comfort and emotional state.

Keywords


Intensive Care Unit, Pediatric; Heart Diseases; Thoracic Surgery. Music.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15253/rev%20rene.v18i5.30840

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