Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care.
Now many families in intensive care come to us when they have a loved one in a real or in the perceived end of life situation or they come to us when their loved one isn’t waking up after a severe head or brain injury or they’re coming to us when they have been told that their loved one needs a tracheostomy and long-term ventilation.
Now, what do all of these situations have in common?
They all have in common that it’s never what happens to you or your critically loved one. The only thing that matters is how you respond and you are 100% in control of how you respond to such a major challenge.
How do you respond?
Well, you respond by asking the right questions you respond by doing your own research and you respond by getting professional advocacy and consultancy to manage those situations.
That’s it for today and I’ll talk to you in a few days.