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The Effects of Preoperative Acupuncture Needle and Capsicum Plaster Applications of Extra 1, Pericardium 6 and Large Intestine 4 Points on Preoperative Anxiety, Postoperative Nausea-Vomiting and Analgesic Consumption

Ayoglu, Hilal | Bayer, Uelkue | Atik, Levent | Ozer, Yetkin | Acar, Abdullah | Turan, Isil Oezkocak

Article | 2009 | TURKIYE KLINIKLERI TIP BILIMLERI DERGISI29 ( 5 )

Objective: The acupuncture points pericardium 6 (P 6), extra I (E 1), and large intestine 4 (Li 4) are known to reduce postoperative nausea and vomiting, and to provide sedation and analgesia, respectively. We investigated the effects of preoperative application of acupuncture needle or capsicum plaster on these points on preoperative anxiety, postoperative nausea and vomiting, and analgesic consumption. Material and Methods: Sixty cases undergoing laparoscopic gynecological operations were divided into four groups. The day before the operation, State Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI) was given to all cases. The participants were divid . . .ed into four groups regarding the preoperative application of the following: dry needle at points P 6, Li 4 and El in group 1; capsicum plaster application at the same points in group II; 0.07 mg kg(-1) midazolam im and plasebo plaster application at different non acupunctural points (sham) in group III and only placebo plaster usage at sham points in group IV. STAI was repeated immediately before the operation. After standard general anesthesia, tramadol was administered with postoperative patient controlled analgesia method. Postoperative visual pain score (VAS), analgesic consumption, and nausea and vomiting were recorded. Results: The decrease in the preoperative day 1 STAI scores compared to immediate preoperative scores in group I and group II was significantly higher than the decrease in group III (p < 0.05). Nausea and vomiting rates were lower in group I and II (p < 0.05). The postoperative analgesic consumption of group I and group IV were lower than that of group 11 and group III (p < 0.05). There was no significant difference between the study groups regarding VAS scores. Conclusion: Preoperative acupuncture needle and capsicum plaster application at P 6, El, and Li 4 points were found to be effective in reducing preoperative anxiety and postoperative nausea and vomiting, but thought to be non effective on postoperative analgesic consumption. Noninvasive capsicum plasters are concluded to be a good alternative method for needles that may cause side effects Daha fazlası Daha az

The Effect of Music Therapy on Anxiety and Various Physical Findings in Patients with COPD in a Pulmonology Service

Horuz D. | Kurcer M.A. | Erdogan Z.

Article | 2017 | Holistic Nursing Practice31 ( 6 ) , pp.378 - 383

This interventional study was carried out to determine the effect of music therapy on anxiety and the various physical findings in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in the pulmonary diseases service. Ninety-six patients (28 females, 68 males) of 114 adult patients who were hospitalized between November 10, 2013, and March 10, 2014, were included in the study. Ninety-six patients were separated in 3 groups. The data for the study were collected from a questionnaire form of sociodemographic and clinical characteristics, a patient follow-up form, and the Beck Anxiety Scale. SPPS 11.5 was used for data analysis. The Ko . . .lmogorov-Smirnov Test was used to determine whether the data showed normal distribution. The nonparametric Kruskal-Wallis Test was used to determine the differences between mean anxiety scores on day 0, day 5, and day 15, and the differences in physiological findings on day 0, day 5, and day 15. There was a significant decrease in anxiety level average on day 5 (P ?.0001) and day 15 (P ?.0001) of the study in both the Western classical music and Turkish classical music groups compared with control group. There was also a significant decrease in systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure averages in both music groups compared with control group (P ?.005). There was no significant difference in heart rates and respiration rate average between the Western classical music and Turkish classical music groups compared with the control group (P >.05). © 2017 Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc Daha fazlası Daha az

Correlations between alexithymia and pain severity, depression, and anxiety among patients with chronic and episodic migraine

Yalug, Irem | Selekler, Macit | Erdogan, Ayten | Kutlu, Ayse | Dundar, Gulmine | Ankarali, Handan | Aker, Tamer

Article | 2010 | PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES64 ( 3 ) , pp.231 - 238

Aims: Some studies have found elevated alexithymia among patients with chronic pain, but the correlations between alexithymia and the severity of pain, depression, and anxiety among migraine patients are unclear. The aims of the present study were to investigate whether individuals suffering from episodic migraine (EM) differ from those with chronic migraine (CM) in regards to depression, anxiety, and alexithymia measures and to investigate the association of alexithymia with the results of depression and anxiety test inventories and illness characteristics. Methods: A total of 165 subjects with EM and 135 subjects with CM were stud . . .ied. The Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI), and Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS) were administered to all subjects. The correlation between alexithymia and sociodemographic variables, family history of migraine and illness characteristics (pain severity, frequency of episode, duration of illness) were evaluated. Results: Compared with EM patients, the CM patients had significantly higher scores on measures of depression but not alexithymia and anxiety. There was a positive correlation between TAS scores and age and education in both migraine groups, but there was no correlation between TAS scores and other demographic variables. Depression and anxiety were significantly correlated with alexithymia in both migraine groups. Conclusion: Our results indicate that CM patients are considerably more depressive than EM patients. In this study, depression and anxiety were significantly correlated with alexithymia in both migraine groups. Our results demonstrate a positive association between depression, anxiety, and alexithymia in migraine patients Daha fazlası Daha az

Sleep problems, anxiety, depression and fatigue on family members of adult intensive care unit patients

Celik, Sevim | Genc, Gizem | Kinetli, Yasemin | Asiliogli, Meral | Sari, Merve | Kivanc, Meral Madenoglu

Article | 2016 | INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NURSING PRACTICE22 ( 5 ) , pp.512 - 522

The purpose of this study was to determine the levels of sleep problems, anxiety, depression and fatigue in family members of intensive care patients in Turkey and factors affecting these complaints. This cross-sectional study was carried out with 350 first-degree relatives of intensive care patients at a university and state hospital. Data were collected between 5 January and 30 May 2014 using a personal information form, the Visual Analogue Scale for Fatigue, the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale and the modified Post Sleep Inventory. Of the 350 family members, 76% reported moderate or more serious problems. Anxiety was report . . .ed by 81.4% of the family members, and depression by 94.2%. Family members in the study had fatigue, with average scores of 79.42. There were significant correlations between the Visual Analogue Scale for Fatigue and anxiety, depression and scores on the Modified Post-Sleep Inventory ( Daha fazlası Daha az

Sleep problems, anxıety, depressıon and fatıgue on famıly members of adult intensıve care unıt patıents

Çelik S. | Genç G. | Kinetli Y. | Aşılıoğlı M. | Sarı M. | Madenoğlu Kıvanç M.

Article | 2016 | International journal of nursing practice22 ( 5 ) , pp.512 - 522

The purpose of this study was to determine the levels of sleep problems, anxiety, depression and fatigue in family members of intensive care patients in Turkey and factors affecting these complaints. This cross-sectional study was carried out with 350 first-degree relatives of intensive care patients at a university and state hospital. Data were collected between 5 January and 30 May 2014 using a personal information form, the Visual Analogue Scale for Fatigue, the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale and the modified Post Sleep Inventory. Of the 350 family members, 76% reported moderate or more serious problems. Anxiety was report . . .ed by 81.4% of the family members, and depression by 94.2%. Family members in the study had fatigue, with average scores of 79.42. There were significant correlations between the Visual Analogue Scale for Fatigue and anxiety, depression and scores on the Modified Post-Sleep Inventory (P Daha fazlası Daha az

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