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Valizadeh F, Shahabi M, Mehrabi Y. A comparsion the two methods effect on divagation of mind: Music Hay–Ho Rhythmic breathing tchninqe. yafte. 2004; 6 (3) :43-51
URL: http://yafte.lums.ac.ir/article-1-932-en.html
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Background: Intravenous cannulation is one of the most common painful procedures that is being used as a routine part of primary care or during diagnostic workups. This procedure is an invasion to physical and psychological space of children and it’s pain must be managed. This clinical trial has been conducted to determine and compare the effects of two music and Hay – Ho Rhythmic Breathing techniques on pain severity during intravenous cannulation in children 6-12 years old. Materials and methods: A convenience sample of 30 outpatient thalasemic children in Khoramabad Madani Hospital were chosen and studied as a single group. Data collection tools consisted of a questionnaire about demographic data and two scales, namely the Oucher the CHEOPS scale measuring child responses to pain during intravenous cannulation. Each subject was studied in three consecutive visits for transfusion. In the first visit, intravenous cannulation was performed with routine method (without any distraction method),in the second visit, with music distraction and in the third visit, with Hay–Ho rhythmic breathing technique. Results: Results indicated that, based on the two scales, pain severity during intravenous cannulation in routine method was moderate and in music distraction and Hay–Ho rhythmic breathing was mild. In addition, results inddicated that pain severity during intravenous connulation with music distraction and Hay–Ho rhythmic breathing was less than routine method (P<0.0005) and in music distraction method had the least pain severity during intravenous cannulation. Conclusion: It is suggested that nursing department use this method during intravenous cannulation in children so that this method decrease the negative effect of pain and develop the life of patient children.
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