Mistakes & Misconceptions

Now, since you have come to this website, you might have a certain level of knowledge about Intensive care and you might have a certain level of understanding about your critically ill loved ones diagnosis. What’s probably more important is that you have preconceived ideas and preconceived notions about Intensive Care and those preconceived ideas and preconceived notions may come from

  • Your previous real world experience(s) in Intensive Care either as a Patient yourself or with a Family member/ friend
  • Experiences you have heard from other people and this could be from other Family members, friends or even from the media
  • TV or media shows, such as Emergency room or other similar shows about hospitals(not the right stuff to watch, because it is a completely distorted reality)
  • Other sources

At whatever level your knowledge about Intensive Care is at, there are certain things you and your family do or don’t do, that limit your level of control, that limit your level of power and limit your level of influence if your loved one is critically ill in Intensive Care. To put it more succinctly, you and your family might make mistakes that can be avoided in the first place if you didn’t have certain preconceived notions and preconceived ideas about Intensive Care that turn out to be misconceptions.

Those misconceptions make you and your family vulnerable. They make you vulnerable because your behaviour may display signs of massive stress and overwhelm, because of your behaviour, because of your misconceptions and also because having a critically ill loved in Intensive Care doesn’t come with an operating manual.

INTENSIVE CARE HOTLINE strives to have operating manuals and operating procedures for families of critically ill Patients in Intensive Care.

Of course nobody is telling you what you are doing or what you are not doing that limits and inhibits your success in doing the right things for you, for your family and for your critically ill loved one.

After working closely with Families of critically ill Patients in Intensive Care I could see that there was a pattern across most families who have a critically ill loved one in Intensive Care and I could see that because of their misconceptions about Intensive Care and because of their high stress level that they almost all make similar mistakes that inhibits, minimises and diminishes their level of control, their level of power and their level of influence right from the start. It therefore sets them off on the wrong path altogether if their loved one is critically ill in Intensive Care and it’s almost a downward spiral that’s hard to stop once it’s been started. It’s a real dilemma.

What if I told you that there are proven systems to avoid those mistakes in the first place and start you off on the right foot altogether?

What if I told you that you are making 3 critical mistakes if your loved one is critically ill in Intensive Care, that are holding you back from your ability to have control, have power and have influence? What if I told you that you don’t even know that you are making these mistakes?

What if I told you that there are things you had no idea that doctors and nurses are talking about when you and your family are not at the bedside of your critically ill loved one? What if I told you that the things the doctors and the nurses are talking about when you are not there entail secrets that would be critical for the level of control, the level of power and the level of influence you want to have?

What if I told you that part of the misconceptions you are having about Intensive Care and part of the mistakes you are making are rooted in the common myths that people believe to be true about Intensive Care? What if I busted those myths for you?

Once you have come aware of your mistakes and misconceptions then it’s time to get to the ‘real meat’ and show you how you can take real control, how you can have real power and exercise real influence whilst your loved one is critically ill in Intensive Care.

In this section you find FREE Reports about

  • Follow this proven system to avoid the 3 most dangerous mistakes that you are making but you are unaware of, if your loved one is a critically ill Patient in Intensive Care
  • Follow this proven system to avoid the 3 most dangerous mistakes you are making but you are unaware of, if your loved one is a long-term ventilated Patient with Tracheostomy in Intensive Care
  • 10 things doctors and nurses are talking about if your loved one is critically ill in Intensive Care when you and your family are not present at the bedside
  • Free report reveals 9 myths of being a critically ill Patient in Intensive Care

 

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