Examines the lives of families with ventilator-assisted children in the home
by interviewing the children, their families, and health professionals
responsible for primary care, case management, nursing services, and mental
health support. Describes the experience of learning to live with the
technology, problems with the support systems, and effects of these problems
on family members.
RJ 431 .O54 1986
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