In the medical profession, one needs to be prepared for a number of challenges that might come up at different stages, at different times. One of the same is when patients might be uncooperative. This could be due to different reasons, such as handicaps, ill health, or simply the fear of being in a hospital setting.
The health staffs are however well trained to take care and handle such problems as they have been taught how to make the patients feel at home so that they can trust on the doctors as well as the nurses, and rely on them for valuable treatment.
They are trained to restrain the patients well, and calm them down as much as possible. Such situations might arise especially in the case of children or addicts, or even with elderly people. However, some adults might also be uncooperative at times and the hospital staff needs to be careful to calm down these patients, so that their procedures can be carried out without any hindrance.
The key here is to build a caring relationship with the patient and the bond of the trust that he/she does not panic from the situation anymore and gets the treatment done with ease. They need to be diverted from the pain and fear of whatever they might be experiencing, so that they do not think about it anymore, which would help them in staying still throughout the procedure without causing disturbance to the doctors or surgeons.