THE FEATURES OF COMPLEX TREATMENT, CARE AND REHABILITATION FOR DISABLED CHILDREN SUFFERING FROM CEREBRAL PALSY IN POLAND AND SLOVAKIA

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  • A. Siwiec Center of Pediatrics named after John Paul II in Sosnowiec, Poland
  • I. Kwiecień-Czerwieniec Center of Pediatrics named after John Paul II in Sosnowiec, Poland
  • N. Dubrovina School of Economics and Management in Public Administration in Bratislava, Slovakia
  • A. Lipovska St. Elizabeth University of Health and Social Sciences Bratislava, Slovakia
  • V. Klymenko Kharkiv National Medical University, Ukraine

Аннотация

The peculiarities of approach to organization of complex treatment, care and rehabilitation for the child patients with cerebral palsy in Poland and Slovakia were described in the article. Some problems about diagnose and etiology factors were discussed. The main model proposed by M. Gordon is used for patient’s needs division according to Functional Pattern. The medical care is carried out depends on 3 group of diagnoses according to North American Nursing Diagnosis Association – International:1) problem-focused; 2) risk diagnosis and 3) health promotion diagnoses.

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2021-10-20

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