피부자극과 관심전환이 항암제 정맥주사 삽입시 통증감소에 미치는 영향

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The Effect of Cutaneous Stimulation and Distraction on IV Injection Pain of Chemotherapy Patients
Authors
박정숙
Department
Dept. of Nursing (간호학)
Issue Date
1998
Citation
대한간호학회지, Vol.28(2) : 303-318, 1998
ISSN
1598-2874
Abstract
Cutaneous stimulation and distraction are independent nursing interventions used in various painful conditions, which is explained by gate control theory. This study was aimed at identifying the effect of cutaneous stimulation, distraction and combination of cutaneous stimulation and distraction on the reduction of intravenous injection pain levels of chemotherapy patients. Repeated measurement post test research design was used for one group. Fifty-three cancer patients who received intravenous chemotherapy regulary in outpatient injection rooms of D medical center and Y medical center in Taegu were studied from June 23, 1997 to July 12, 1997. First the intravenous injection pain level of the control period was measured. Second, the intravenous injection pain level of the experimental period using cutaneous stimulation was measured. Third, the intravenous injection pain level of the experimental period using distraction was messured. Fourth, the intravenous injection pain level of the experimental period using a combination of cutaneous stimulation and distraction was measured. The instruments used for this study were a visual analogue pain scale as subjective pain measurement and an objective pain behavior checklist. Analysis of data was done by use of repealed measure ANOVA, bonferni, t-test, and F-test. The results of this study were summerized as follows : 1) The first hypothesis that the subjective pain scor-e of intraveneous injection pain in the experimental period with cutaneous stimulation will be lower than in the control period was rejected. 2) The second hypothesis that the objective pain behavior score of intravenous injection pain in the experimental period with cutaneous stimulation will be lower than in the control period was ac-cepted(F=24.23, p=0.0001, Bornferni p<.05). 3) The third hypothesis that the subjective pain score of intraveneous injection pain in the experimental period with distraction will be lower than in the control period was rejected. 4) The fourth hypothesis that the objective pain score of intravenous injection pain in the experimental period with distraction will be lower than in the control period was accepted (F=24.23, p=0.0001, Bornferni p<.05). 5) The fifth hypothesis that the subjective pain scor-e of intravenous injection pain in the experimental period with combination of cutaneous stimulation and distraction will be lower than in the control period was accepted (F=3.04, p=0.031, Bon-ferni p<.05). 6) The sixth hypothesis that the objective pain scor-e of intravenous injection pain in the experimental period with combination of cutaneous stimu lation and distraction will be lower than in the control period was accepted (F=24.23, p=0.0001, Bonferni p<.05).
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http://kumel.medlib.dsmc.or.kr/handle/2015.oak/37564
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