【24h】

Effect of the combination of music and nature sounds on pain and anxiety in cardiac surgical patients: a randomized study.

机译:音乐和自然之音的组合对心脏外科手术患者疼痛和焦虑的影响:一项随机研究。

获取原文
获取原文并翻译 | 示例

摘要

Postoperative pain and anxiety are common in cardiac surgery patients. Studies have suggested that music can decrease anxiety in hospitalized patients. Primary Study Objective This study focused on the efficacy and feasibility of special music, which included nature sounds, for pain and anxiety.In this randomized controlled trial, postoperative cardiovascular surgery patients were randomly assigned to a music group to receive 20 minutes of standard postoperative care and music twice daily on postoperative days 2 through 4 or to a control group to receive 20 minutes of standard care with a quiet resting period twice daily on postoperative days 2 through 4.Cardiovascular surgical unit of Saint Marys Hospital, Rochester, Minnesota.One hundred patients completed the study (music group, n = 49; control group, n = 51). Intervention The music was delivered through CD players in the patients' rooms.Pain, anxiety, satisfaction, and relaxation were evaluated from visual analog scales.Data showed a significant decrease in mean (SD) pain scores after the second session of day 2 for the music group (change, ?1.4 [1.4]) compared with the control group (change, ?0.4 [1.4]) (P = .001). Mean relaxation scores improved more at the first session of day 2 for the music group (change, 1.9 [2.7]) compared with the control group (change, 0.3 [2.9]) (P = .03). The music group also showed lower anxiety and increased satisfaction overall, but these differences were not statistically significant. No major barriers to using the therapy were identified.Recorded music and nature sounds can be integrated into the postoperative care of cardiovascular surgery patients. The recordings may provide an additional means for addressing common symptoms of pain and anxiety while providing a means of relaxation for these patients.
机译:心脏外科手术患者常见术后疼痛和焦虑。研究表明,音乐可以减轻住院患者的焦虑感。主要研究目的本研究的重点是特殊音乐(包括自然声音)对疼痛和焦虑的功效和可行性。在这项随机对照试验中,将术后心血管外科手术患者随机分配到一个音乐组中,接受20分钟的标准术后护理术后第2至4天每天两次进行音乐检查,或在对照组于术后2至4天每天两次给予对照组患者20分钟的标准护理,并在安静的休息时间接受治疗。该手术是在明尼苏达州罗切斯特市的圣玛丽医院进行的。患者完成研究(音乐组,n = 49;对照组,n = 51)。干预通过患者房间的CD播放器播放音乐,通过视觉模拟量表评估疼痛,​​焦虑,满意度和放松程度。音乐组(变化,?1.4 [1.4])与对照组相比(变化,?0.4 [1.4])(P = .001)。与对照组(变化,0.3 [2.9])相比,音乐组在第二天的第一节的平均放松得分改善更多(变化,1.9 [2.7])(P = .03)。音乐组总体上也表现出较低的焦虑感和满意度,但这些差异在统计学上并不显着。没有发现使用该疗法的主要障碍。录制的音乐和自然声音可以整合到心血管手术患者的术后护理中。录音可能为解决疼痛和焦虑症的常见症状提供额外的手段,同时为这些患者提供放松的手段。

著录项

相似文献

  • 外文文献
  • 中文文献
  • 专利
获取原文

联系方式:18141920177 (微信同号)

客服邮箱:kefu@zhangqiaokeyan.com

京公网安备:11010802029741号 ICP备案号:京ICP备15016152号-6 六维联合信息科技 (北京) 有限公司©版权所有
  • 客服微信

  • 服务号