Had to these factors I believe that let us can also take care of to the family of the patient clarifying its doubts and brightening up the anguish and the fear of the death that the familiar ones has when an interned relative its this in the UTI. The choice of the subject, humanizao to the aged one in intensive therapy, is fruit of reflections and experiences in fields of periods of training, on the way of as it is the care to the aged one in these units. Added to this it is the fact of hospitalization to represent, for many aged ones, a moment of fragility, unreliability and fear, intensified when it occurs in an environment of intensive therapy, being that the possibility of the death if makes present more for the gravity of the individuals, in this sector the routines, many times, is rigid and inflexible. These and other characteristics of the UTI make with that the cited one unit is considered one of environments estressantes of the hospital, and total different of the residential environment of the aged one (3). This work had as objective to analizar the available technological advances to keep the life in the units of intensive therapy and the humanizado care to aged and the family in a unit of intensive therapy. Alzheimer’ s disease is the most common type of mental Il METHODOLOGY This study is about a bibliographical revision, whose objective is to identify, in the literature, the difficulties faced for the health professionals, with regard to the humanizado care, in the hospital scope, specifically in culturally unknown, uncertain and frightful UTI (Unit of Intensive Therapy) local to the patients and its familiar ones. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr. often expresses his thoughts on the topic. This revision also aims at to contribute for the improvement of the assistance the interned aged patient.