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Iranian Nurses' Ethical Challenges in Controlling Children's Fever

Author: MARZIYEH KHALILI, NEDA ALIMOHAMMADI, KALVANDI NARGES*
Abstract: Background: Fever is one of the most common causes of referral of children to the emergency department and other health clinics. Nurses, as the first line of treatment that recognizes the needs of children, can benefit from ethical approaches in this field. They can provide clinical services to their target group. The aim of This article was Iranian Nurses' ethical challenges in controlling children's fever. Methods: All internal studies conducted during the years 2000-2017 using the keywords of children's Ethic, Ethical challenges, Ethic in fever, ethics in children, pediatric fever and feverish children's from the country's databases; MagIran, SID, Medlib and iranmedex and Data Using meta-analysis method (random effect model) were investigated.The study aimed at examining all kinds of ethical challenges and challenges in providing clinical services to febrile children was reviewed. Finally, a variety of ethical challenges were discussed in the areas of physician examinations and nursing care. Results: 360 articles were reviewed, out of which 340 articles were excluded because they did not address the ethical issues related to the management of fever. Twenty articles were examined more precisely, out of which 12 articles referred to the ethical challenges and challenges of treating fever in adults. Finally, eight articles were reviewed in this review. Conclusions: For ethical performance in professional nursing of febrile children, nurses must first recognize the dimensions and ethical issues in their careers and then perform ethical sensitivity in all communication and nurse-patient interventions.
Keyword: Children Ethical Challenges, Fever, Nursing.
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