For Kudo and Pierri cited by Junqueira (2003), it has other factors that can unchain negative reactions to a child when it is hospitalized. Examples of this are the previous experience with similar situations, the proper personality of the child, the affective bond mother-son before the internment, the duration of the internment and the attitude of the hospital team, among others. Of this form, Baldini and Jornada (1999) affirm that, when if deals with sick children, it must be led in consideration who the same ones present, the regressive majority of the times, behaviors, coming back toward previous phases to its chronological development. Therefore, it is important to consider that each patient is only individual e, and will react in different way when receiving information on its illness and internment, ' ' each patient lives its pain of form singular' '. (CALIL apud CALVETTI; IT HISSES; GAUER, 2008, P. 231).
As Almeida (2008) as the child grows, its dumb body, as well as the internal fabrics and agencies. At the beginning of the life, the children are more susceptible to the decurrent negative consequences of the illness and internment, since they have an limited amount of resources to face generating factors of estresse. Chiattone (2003) affirms that the phase that more negative consequences brings for child in the period of hospitalization is between the two and five years of age, therefore the infant fit in this stage already can distinguish the situation from internment and disease, but not yet it counts on elements to understand the events, the losses and the decurrent attacks of this process. Already authors as Baldini and Jornada (1999) point that the reaction of the child to the illness and hospitalization, in this age, of the two to the five years, are on the fear to the corporal damage, therefore they have a bigger sensitivity to pain, the injuries, to the blood, and all medical procedures in general.