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Table 2. Prevalncia of the feminine sex of the visitors to the patient of the UTI of the particular hospital of Ceres-GO. Prevalncia of the N Sex de 76,67 Feminine Visitantes % 46 Masculine 14 23,33 Total 60 10,00 Source: Research of Field, 2010. However this constatao in table 2 portraies the reality in all Country. The majority of the visitors to the patient of the UTI of a particular hospital of Ceres-GO is children, later others, followed of parents, wife (o) and brother (a) as it illustrates table 3. Table 3. Degree of kindred of visitor to the patient of the UTI of the particular hospital of Ceres-GO.

Level of kinship with N patient de Visitantes % Son () 29 48,33 10,00 Parents 6 Wife (o) 5 8,33 Brother (a) 4 6,67 Others 16 26,66 Total 60 100 Source: Research of Field, 2010. For table 3, in relation to others it is excellent to point out that they are friends of the patient or the family who goes to visit it. These data gotten in table 3 go of meeting with a research carried through for Echer, Onzi, Cross, Ben, Fernandes, Bruxel (10, p.34). It can be affirmed that the friend and majority familiar know why the patient to be in the UTI of the hospital and the minority affirms that not as she shows table 4. Table 4. Level of knowledge of the visitors on the park. The patient to be in the UTI of a particular hospital of Ceres-GO. Total 60 100 knows the reason of the patient to be in the UTI N de 6,67 Visitantes % Yes 56 93,33 Not 4 Source: Research of Field, 2010. In this context, it is not surprising to evidence that the majority of the visitors has information on the individual that if finds in the UTI of the hospital, as it detaches table 5.