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On the work of nurses in the neurosurgical department

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25879979-2024-02-02

T.V. Sorokovikova, A.A. Utkina
Tver State Medical University of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Tver

The actual problems faced by nurses in the neurosurgical unit are among the key challenges for the professional community. This department specializes in the treatment of patients with pathologies such as head injuries, brain tumors, strokes and epilepsy. The exceptionally high degree of complexity and responsibility of this area makes it a continuous research field for the nurses who make up the bulk of the nursing staff in this unit. Innovations and modern treatments are emerging almost every day, requiring nurses to become comprehensive experts in their field. Patients suffering from serious disorders often require special care and emotional support. Nurses in the neurosurgical unit experience the stress of overseeing ethically challenging situations, interacting with patients experiencing painful symptoms, and dealing with the unpredictability and unknown outcomes of treatment processes.

neurosurgical department
nursing staff
professional qualities
emotional exhaustion.

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