EFFECTS OF MASSAGE ON THE ANXIETY OF PATIENTS RECEIVING PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTIONReport as inadecuate




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Psychiatria Danubina, Vol.27 No.1 March 2015. -

Background: This study aimed to explore the effects of massage on the state anxiety of patients receiving percutaneous coronary

intervention PCI.

Subjects and methods: In accordance with the principle of the minimum allocation of imbalance index for comparability, a total

of 117 cases that were ready to receive PCI were divided into two groups 59 in the intervention group and 58 in the control group.

The patients in the control group received routine care, whereas the patients in the observation group were given massage

intervention. The state anxiety, heart rate, and blood pressure of the two groups were observed and compared.

Results: Massage treatments reduced the emergency response and level of anxiety of cardiovascular patients before PCI. The

post-intervention blood pressure, heart rate, and pain score of the intervention group were significantly better than those of the

control group P



Author: Sanying Peng - ; Department of Physical Education, Changzhou Campus of Hohai University, Changzhou City, China Bie Ying - ; Lishu

Source: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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