The Effectiveness of Health Education on Maternal Anxiety, Circumcision Knowledge, and Nursing Hours: A Quasi-Experimental Study
Conclusions/Implications for Practice: In the current clinical environment of common staffing shortages, information tools may be used to cost-effectively assist and simplify nursing work. The findings of this study may provide a reference to medical centers that are working to reduce the time spent by nurses on health education for outpatient surgery patients. Furthermore, audiovisual health education tools are recommended to increase nursing effectiveness and save nursing time.
At a time of an unprecedented global pandemic, there is an increase anxiety in interfacing with any medical appointment. For some this means concerns in accessing medical care coming forward, fears of not being able to receive the treatment needed with hospitals over capacity. For others, it reflects a time of concern of contamination of getting COVID if one does not already have it. For a unique group, there is an intersection and special loneliness of accessing medical care in the time of pregnancy and delivery. With the barriers in place regarding not having partners present for appointments, the first heart beat, and ...
CONCLUSIONS: Distraction with music therapy and kaleidoscope is recommended for use in the postoperative period in children with circumcision to reduce the severity of their pain, fear, and anxiety. PMID: 32703758 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Surgical procedures are the most common causes of anxiety and pain in hospitalized children. One of the most common surgical procedures for children is circumcision. Surgical procedures such as circumcision in hospitals are the most common causes of pain, fear, and anxiety in children. Therapeutic play methods as non-pharmacological applications are being developed recently for children who use analgesics in the treatment of pain and anxiety. Nurses can use the game in three areas such as a care strategy for hospitalized children during daily routine practices, surgery, and invasive or painful treatment procedures.
Conditions: Perioperative Anxiety; Preanesthetic Medication; Inhalation Anesthesia; Ambulatory Surgery; Tonsillectomy; Circumcision; Dental Care Interventions: Drug: Midazolam oral solution; Device: IPAD Sponsor: Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel Recruiting
Conditions: Pain; Anxiety; Urological Nursing Intervention: Other: Tablet group Sponsor: Saglik Bilimleri Universitesi Gulhane Tip Fakultesi Completed