ISSN The comorbidities they lead to in the long-term take parents and caretakers to situations that, without proper accompaniment, can generate serious complications in the child. We found common experiences from which the following topics emerged: a Difficult diagnosis, which involves the feelings and the impact generated by receiving this news; for health personnel it is not always a situation that is identified early; b treatment: Social isolation due to hospitalizations and the presence of an ostomy, in addition to the channeling of resources for the child at the expense of those of the home; coping skills are required to achieve definitive surgical repair; and c context: Health institutions may become barriers and health personnel must have more education in this regard; social support networks are necessary. Services on Demand Article.
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