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, Merci de cocher sur l'échelle visuelle analogique suivante le degré d'anxiété que vous ressentez lors des séances de VNI (1 = pas du tout d'anxiété et 10 = anxiété maximale imaginable)

, Le personnel était-il attentif à la dyspnée? ? OUI ? NON

, Le personnel était-il attentif à la douleur ? ? OUI ? NON

, Avez-vous eu des explications suffisantes sur la VNI ? Par l'équipe médicale (médecins, internes) ? OUI ? NON Par l'équipe paramédicale (kinésithérapeutes, infirmières, aides-soignantes) ? OUI ? NON

, Pour vous, qu'est ce qui a été le plus difficile à supporter lors de ces séances de VNI ?