تاثیر مکیدن غیر تغذیه ای و ماساژ پا بر شاخصهای رفتاری و فیزیولوژیک درد نوزادان ترم

مهرنوش, نسرین and میرزا رحیمی, مهرداد and شاهی زاده, صحیفه and صمدی, نسرین and امانی, فیروز (1392) تاثیر مکیدن غیر تغذیه ای و ماساژ پا بر شاخصهای رفتاری و فیزیولوژیک درد نوزادان ترم. در: Proceeding of the 11 th National congress of pediatric Nursing, oct 10-14,2013, Children's medical center, Pediatrics center of excellence Tehran,Iran.

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Effect of non-nutritive sucking and leg massage on physiological and behavioral indicators of pain following heel blood sampling in term neonates

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Pain management is especially important for neonates who are not able to verbally express their pain. Pain can be managed by pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions. Non-pharmacological pain management method as an alternative to pharmacological pain medication has increased nowadays. The purpose of this study was to test the effect of leg massage and non-nutritive sucking (NNS) on reducing the pain that neonates experience when undergoing the heel stick procedure for blood testing. This investigation was a random controlled clinical trial study on ninety neonates who were selected randomly among admitted neonates to NICU in Alavi hospital at Ardabil. The subjects were randomly classified in two case and one control groups. The neonates from the first group received leg massage (n=30), those from the second group received NNS (n=30), and those from the last group received no intervention (n=30). Measurements of HR and SaO2 were taken twice: once before providing intervention and then again after completion of the intervention. Pain response was measured by the PIPP scale. The study showed that the HR of the three groups significantly increased after heel stick compared to before heel stick. The SaO2 levels of all three groups of neonates decreased after heel stick compared to before heel stick. The change of SaO2 levels in NNS groups was lower than the control and massage groups. The change of PIPP scores in massage and NNS groups was lower than that of the control group; however, there was not statistically significant differences between NNS & massage groups(p=0.91). pain management and pain relief in the infant is an important issue in neonatal health care. We suggest that the single or combined use of massage and a pacifier is effective in reducing pain responses in neonates undergoing heel stick and the use of these simple pain relieving interventions should be considered.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Speech)
زبان سند : انگلیسی
نویسنده مسئول :نسرین مهرنوش
نویسنده :مهرداد میرزا رحیمی
نویسنده :صحیفه شاهی زاده
نویسنده :نسرین صمدی
نویسنده :فیروز امانی
کلیدواژه ها (انگلیسی):Heel stick , massage , neonate , nonnutritive sucking , pain
Subjects:WQ Obstetrics > WQ.18 Obstetrics Education
WS Pediatrics
Divisions:Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery > Department of Nursing
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Pediatrics , Community Medicine
ID Code:4966
Deposited By: Dr Nasrin Samadi
Deposited On:11 Oct 1392 10:03
Last Modified:05 Jan 1393 07:04

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