Effectiveness of music during cardiac catheterization on children's pain, fear, anxiety and vital signs: A randomized, blind controlled trial
Journal of Pediatric Nursing
PURPOSE: This study aims to examine the effectiveness of music during pediatric cardiac catheterization procedure on children's pain, fear, anxiety and vital signs. DESIGN AND METHODS: This randomized, blind controlled study was conducted with the guidelines of Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT). The sample of children was allocated to the Control Group, the Classic Music Group, and the Self-Selected Group. Pain, fear, and anxiety levels were measured before and after the pediatric cardiac catheterization procedure. Vital signs were measured before, during, and after the pediatric cardiac catheterization procedure. RESULTS: There was no significant difference between the groups in terms of demographic status, pain, fear, or anxiety levels and vital signs before the procedure. In post pediatric cardiac catheterization measurement in the recovery phase, pain, fear levels, anxiety levels, heart rate, systolic and diastolic blood pressure of children in the musical intervention groups were lower than the control group. No statistical difference was found in terms of pain, fear and anxiety levels of the children in groups Classic and Self-Selected. CONCLUSION AND PRACTICE IMPLICATIONS: The result of this research reveals that musical intervention applied during the pediatric cardiac catheterization procedure in children affects the reduction of pain, fear and anxiety levels and stabilization of vital signs. This intervention could be an effective nonpharmacological method to improve outcomes.Nurses can improve children's comfort by using musical interventions. CLINICAL REGISTRATION: This study was registered at the U.S. National Library of Medicine Clinical Trials (code: NCT04316754).
Music and Health Institute Terms
Pain; Pain Management and Control; Procedural Pain; Invasive Medical Procedures; Anxiety; Fear; Vital Signs; Anxiety Scales; Fear Scales; Pain Score or Rating; Self-Report Measures; Children; Music Medicine; Music Listening; Recorded Music Listening
Anxiety; Pain; Children; Catheterization; Cardiac Catheterization; Fear; Vital signs; Vital Signs
Randomized Controlled Trial; Quantitative Methods
Karakul, A., Akgül, E. A., Yalınız, R., & Meşe, T. (2022). Effectiveness of music during cardiac catheterization on children's pain, fear, anxiety and vital signs: A randomized, blind controlled trial. Journal of Pediatric Nursing, 65 Retrieved from https://remix.berklee.edu/mhi-music-pain-articles/431