Patient-directed music therapy reduces anxiety and sedation exposure in mechanically-ventilated patients: A research critique
作者: Janice G. GullickXiu Xian Kwan
作者单位: 1Master of Emergency and Intensive Care Nursing Programs, Sydney Nursing School, University of Sydney, Australia
2Sydney Nursing School, University of Sydney, Australia
3Intensive Care Unit, Alexandra Hospital, Jurong Health Services, Singapore
刊名: Australian Critical Care, 2015, Vol.28 (2), pp.103-105
来源数据库: Elsevier Journal
DOI: 10.1016/j.aucc.2015.03.003
关键词: AnxietyResearch critiqueCritical careMusic therapySedationNoise-cancelling headphones
原始语种摘要: Abstract(#br)This research appraisal, guided by the CASP Randomised Controlled Trial Checklist, critiques a randomised, controlled trial of patient-directed music therapy compared to either noise-cancelling headphones or usual care. This study recruited 373 alert, mechanically-ventilated patients across five intensive care units in the United States. The Music Assessment Tool, administered by a music therapist, facilitated music selection by participants in the intervention group. Anxiety was measured using the VAS-A scale. Sedation exposure was measured by both sedation frequency and by sedation intensity using a daily sedation intensity score. Context for the data was supported by an environmental scan form recording unit activity and by written comments from nurses about the patient's...
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影响因子:0.953 (2012)

  • music 音乐
  • cancelling 熄灭
  • directed 有[定,方]向
  • sedation 镇静酌
  • mechanically 用机械
  • noise 噪声
  • critique 讲评
  • research 
  • exposure 暴露
  • significant 有效的