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We are living in a transitional period: the choice and decision-making power is increasingly shifting from health care to the patient and, in the case of a minor, to the parent. What should we do if we advise our child in the city hall?

Rights in the town hall
Drga was together
Brothers and opportunities
When hospital treatment is inevitable
In a tough position
In the midst of falling curves, dieting recommendations, and so on, it seems we often forget the most important needs of a child. Many questions may arise during the weekdays: do we ease the fever or not? Let's force some milk into it - do they know how much you want to eat? And what she eats is enough for her? And if you get sick, can you go to a hospital? The World Health Organization recommends that the child, like all human beings, has the basic right to the best medical care available. In the light of this, you should only go to a hospital if you need care that cannot be provided at home or in a so-called living room. Children under the age of 14 in the hospital have the right to have their parents known to them in the meaning of the Hungarian Health Law. You also have the right to be together for examinations and to be prepared for the inconvenience of treatment.
Nowadays, most children have an enormous need in the hospital to play, relax, and learn, depending on their condition and age. This would require a properly designed and equipped environment with specially trained personnel. Thoughtful and wise treatment is required. The law on health also states that we should only stay in the hospital and for as long as is absolutely necessary. The exercise of these rights in many cases, in many places, and for many, is difficult. The costs of practical rooms, kitchens and related investments are not supported by the Health Insurance Fund. Hospitals and clinics need to create the money they need from their own financial resources.
Rights in the town hall
The Soulue Patient Advice Center (tel: 209-0668) has published a book for children entitled: I have rights too? The statute aims to inform parents and older children about the rights they are entitled to when it comes to health care.
- We have the right to explain our child's treatment and care, ask questions and receive answers.
- We can comment on the treatment and raise objections. If we do not receive a satisfactory or satisfactory response, we will have a patient rights representative who will be in contact with the hospital and the patient.
Drga was together
Most toddlers - not to mention big-cat babies - get scared when they go to the city, to a new environment, and their parents disappear in front of their eyes. Of course, this is not only true for breastfeeding children, as it is common practice for only breastfeeding mothers to be allowed to stay in the hospital with the baby for the night. However, the request is much more complicated in approaching the fact that I cannot attach the milk to the breast of the milk-producing woman, but the baby can give the baby the baby. The smaller the child, the better it will bear if the previously believed point disappears from life. Therefore, if hospital care is really inevitable, satisfying the child's emotional needs and ensuring that the parent is present is as important as bodily well-being. During the hospitalization process (i.e., hospital care), children are undergoing separation stress, which they "respond to" with a three-step reaction. At first, an uproarious protest arises, followed by a state of hopelessness, and then a refusal to cooperate with the hospital staff.
Brothers and opportunities
- At Heim Pбl Children's Hospital, all parents have the opportunity to stay close to their baby's bed day and night. Even in the intensive care unit, they can only set one bed for the parents of the child in the most severe condition. The hospital operates a free maternity home - just a few streets away - but only nursing mothers in the countryside can buy it.
There are two paid rooms available at the hospital's in-house dept, while there are two rooms on the wound and on the court that can be purchased for 2000 HUF.
- At Madarab Street Children's Hospital, parents can stay close to children day and night. A camping bed is made available to the mother at 800 HUF / day, armchairs are free to breastfeeding mothers, parents of patients with tumors, or parents of disabled children in need of care. Each room has a capacity of 4800 HUF per night, 54.00 HUF per night, 3600 HUF per night in the infant suite. If there are two moms in the room with the children, the cost is shared between them. The baby suite also has a comfy room with a full board of $ 9600 per day.
- The Children's Hospital of Buda operates a so-called hotel service, which costs HUF 3,000 on the first day and then HUF 2,500 daily. If all the "hotel rooms" are occupied, consider whether they can provide the parents with a relaxation room.
- The Pediatric Pediatric Clinic operates sixteen people in the Patient Newborn Foundation, which requires a monthly fee of $ 600 per day. There is also an eight to ten-person, free-of-charge parenting service operated by the Pécs Normandy Lion's Club, which is owned by hematology and oncology patients.
- At the Children's Clinic in Debrecen, the hospital assures parents that they can stay on their mattresses or bedside by day. The twelve beds are mainly for parents of patients living in remote areas - with full care, without payment.
(Made up without the need for completeness.)
Only in the town hall
Symptoms that make hospital care absolutely necessary:
- The child is malnourished, unable to drink, and often has vomiting, diarrhea and is at risk of dehydration. In this case, there is no need for an infusion (especially fluids, sugars, ions, and ions into your body), otherwise you will be in a worse condition.
- An obscure state of unknown origin, which has been outdated for days, the cause of which is obscure.
- Inflammation of the baby's pneumonia (which is still a serious risk even if it is in good or acceptable condition).
- Examination and treatment of infant infections.
- If the child gives the impression of being seriously ill.
- History may suggest that less serious, potentially life-threatening events may occur (such as acute allergic symptoms).
In a tough position
Sometimes, for a variety of reasons, a parent does not trust hospital care, disagrees with a nursing care, or simply refuses to leave the child alone. What can you do then? Can you miss the little one, your own responsibility? The constitutional right of the child to a citizen's right to health is a right, and its validity cannot depend on the parent. The physician who recommends the examination, hospitalization, is a specialist in the health needs of the child, that is to say, he or she is entitled to cancel the treatment. If the parent disagrees with the suggestion, another specialist may seek the opinion of the other, or decide to seek medical advice from another health care provider. Of course, this is only valid if the child is not in immediate danger and can be transported, but in most cases this is fortunately the case. In cases of croup, pneumonia, and urinary tract infections - at least in the capital - we can ask where we turn to the sick child.
He insists that parents are not in a vulnerable position if they are against: how do you know who's the opposite? You can study the literature, search the Internet, or listen to your comments, and the law of decision and responsibility is yours.