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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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The Effect of Meditation on the Anxiety and Pain of Non- Human Patients with Renal Stone Crusher Martyr Beheshti Hospital of Yasouj in 1397

Author: NASIBE MASHHADI, GHADER ZADEBAGHERI, MOHAMMADREZA RABANI3, HAMIDREZA GHAFARIAN SHIRAZI, KHEIROLLAH NOORYAN*
Abstract: Introduction: Negative Patients Candidate for Kidney Crusher May they experience a lot of anxiety that can cause problems during and after the crusher is all. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of meditation on the anxiety and pain of non- human patients with renal stone crusher Martyr Beheshti Hospital of Yasouj Respectively. Method of research: Study Present intervention You And Trial Was a clinical one. Statistical population of all nonaggressive patient candidates for renal stone crusher Martyr Beheshti Hospital of Yasouj. In this study of 68 patients undergoing elective choice to the crusher crusher referred 34 people to the group and 34 The people as a control group. Method Sample Making Non-probabilistic and available in a sample method based on On Target Done. Entry Criteria To The study included willingness to participate in research, kidney stones affected by expert diagnosis, obtaining a score of more than 25 Hamilton anxiety inventory and criteria Exit From Study included; lack of tendency Participated in the study, participated in similar interventions, did not attend meditation sessions, acute infections, and children. To parse And Analysis Data The From Statistical Methods Descriptive (Percentage, frequency, mean, standard deviation) And Inferential (Independent t-test, paired t-test, repeated measurement test) using software SPSS Done. Findings: Anxiety scores in the intervention group decreased after the intervention than before the intervention. The results of paired t-test showed that there was a significant difference between the anxiety scores before and after the intervention in the intervention group (0.001> p) After the intervention, there was a significant difference between the two intervention and control groups regarding the pain score (0.001) p) So that pain scores in the intervention group decreased after the intervention than before the intervention. The results of paired t-test showed that there was a significant difference between the pain score before and after the intervention in the intervention group (0.001) p) Conclusion: Meditation on anxiety and pain in patients undergoing elective crusher is effective. Therefore, one can use it It is recommended that the Drnha Which can promote the recovery and well-being of its patients.
Keyword: Meditation, anxiety, pain, non- human patients, Kidney Crusher
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