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Methods: Parallel assignment RCT. All consenting patients listed for pancreatic major surgery during day-hospital visits T0 between June —June were assigned randomly in blocks of ten to a psychological intervention vs usual care group to be held the day before surgery T1.
- Evaluation of Stress Intensity and Anxiety Level in Preoperative Period of Cardiac Patients
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- Incidence and features of preoperative anxiety in patients undergoing elective non-cardiac surgery.
Evaluation of Stress Intensity and Anxiety Level in Preoperative Period of Cardiac Patients
Metrics details. Anxiety during the preoperative period is the most common problem with a number of postoperative complications such as an increase in postoperative pain, delay of healing and prolong the hospital stay. Further, patients with a high level of preoperative anxiety require higher doses of anesthetic agents and recover poorly. Despite its serious health complications, its magnitude and associated factors have been poorly explored in Ethiopia particularly in the selected study areas. To assess preoperative anxiety and associated factors among adult surgical patients in Debre Markos and Felege Hiwot Referral Hospitals, Northwest Ethiopia. An institution based cross-sectional study was conducted on patients scheduled for surgery using a systematic random sampling technique.
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PDF | Background Anxiety is defined as an overwhelming experience of fear, worry Prevalence and factors associated with preoperative anxiety among elective The questionnaire was primarily prepared in English lan-.
Incidence and features of preoperative anxiety in patients undergoing elective non-cardiac surgery.
Therefore, the study of the phenomenon of stress intensity in hospitalized patients has become an important issue for public health. Material and Method. The study was conducted in University Hospital No.
L Ebirim, M Tobin. The Internet Journal of Anesthesiology. BackgroundAnxiety is common in surgical patients during the preoperative period.
Anxiety is an emotional state described as a vague, uneasy feeling, the source of which is often nonspecific. It is known to cause abnormal hemodynamics as a consequence of sympathetic, parasympathetic and endocrine stimulation 1. Barlow described anxiety as a unique and coherent cognitive-affective structure within our defensive and motivational system 2. At the base there is a sense of uncontrollability focused largely on possible future threats, danger, or other upcoming potentially negative events 2. Anxiety can only be understood by taking into account some of its cognitive aspects, particularly because a basic aspect of anxiety appears to be uncertainty 3.
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Data were collected by using a three-part questionnaire consisting of demographic data, clinical prevalence of preoperative anxiety varies widely with a Prevalence and factors associated with preoperative anxiety among.