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    Dec 7

    As Scco tells (2005) many researchers have emphasized psychic suffering happened of the hospital work. Between these it is Pitta (1999), detaching that the hospitals have been spaces of concentration of workers of diverse areas, since doctors, nurses, nurse aid, operators of machines, between many others, that if interrelate with the users of the services, in a permeado environment of pain and suffering. As Cavalcante discourses (2006) ' ' the hospital environment is a place with strong emotional load, where life and death if mix to compose a desgastante scene e, not rare, frustrante' '. As It hisses, Saints & Birth (2008), Also the bonds created with the patients and its familiar ones, the established relation, the time of internment, development of the picture and possible identification intervene with the emotional load received by the professionals, who many personal times for its description of life and characteristics do not obtain to assimilate and to answer well to the situation being able to develop emotional problems and/or psychic. In accordance with It hisses, Saints & Birth (2008) the fact of many times not to have the chance to express its feelings of loss and discomfort, or to partilharem its insatisfao or facts of its particular lives, also constitutes a estressante factor that can generate somatizaes and emotional disequilibrium or even though the development of systems of defense from the negation or indifference for the welfare of the patient, who nothing more is of what an attempt of adaptation to the Scco situation (2005) when discoursing on the psychological risk detaches that the psychic fatigue, together with the physics and the nocturnal work the health can unchain damages. It associates, still, these factors as cause or consequence of others as varied gastrites, ulcers, pains, palpitations, aggravation of the arterial hipertenso, upheavals of personality, between many others. Faleiro & Vendruscolo, (2006) had observed that, in relation to the causes that had caused the accident, in first place it appears stress with 50%, followed of the hours of working in excess with 25%. .

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