Abordaje de las urgencias psiquiátricas en los hospitales generales: una propuesta desde el marco de las urgencias subjetivas
Rivera Romero, Nathaly | 2018
Objective: This paper is a response to mental health interventions and psychiatric patient care in
the Emergency Psychiatric Services, which pose an urgent psychiatric intervention focused on the
patient, in order to expand the terms of intervention in Psychiatry, conducted by psychoanaly-
sis’ related to the psychoanalytical concept “subjective emergency”.
Method: For this research, a descriptive literature review was carried out, developed through a process of data searching and analyses of existing documents in Google Scholar meta-search engine and databases such as: Eb-sco, Host, PubMed, Scielo, Redalyc, cuiden and BVS. The texts were chosen based on relevance and accessibility, taking into account the theoretical progress of the researchers Belaga, Sotelo and Seldes.
Results: Taking into account that urgent psychiatric care demands are increasing,
especially in hospitals, it is essential that emergency services staff have training that responds to
these demands; placing both diagnostic manuals and psychopharmacology as available tools for
health care teams in health institutions.
Conclusion: This training performs a clinical analysis that goes beyond the superficial presentation of symptoms and keeping in mind the patient in the approach to psychiatric emergency, recognizing that the overcoming the crisis by means of a intervention from the biological body is not enough.