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Research Article | Volume 2 Issue 3 (May, 2021)
Feeling Good Rather Than Feeling Better Matters More To Pain in Children Considering Intervention Worthwhile. -A Randomized Clinical Trial
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May 20, 2021
Abstract
Context: Painful medical procedures in childhood may have long-term adverse effects on the development and future tolerance of pain. Evidence suggests that a significant number of children receive less than optimal management of procedure-related pain. Objective: The present study investigates the efficacy of three interventions methods (Buzzy, distracting cards and magic glove) in managing pain and fear in children during the operative procedure. Design: A prospective clinical study. Setting: Private hospital and Private dental clinic. Subjects: The purposive sample composed of (n=180) participants aged six to14 years and their parents. The study's participants were randomly assigned to two groups. The Intervention Group included (n=90). Among them established pain distraction (Buzzy more Distraction cards group(n=45) and distraction cards group(n=45) by the researchers. On the other hand, the control group was included in the same number (n=90), and no strategy was used. Tools: The pain levels were evaluated with the Wong-Baker Faces Pain Rating Scale. Statistical Analysis: The obtained data were compared and statistically analyzed using SPSS version 22. The following descriptive analysis, like Student's t-test and ANOVA (Univariate Analysis of Variance), was applied to determine the significant difference between them. Results: Pain and fear were similar in the two groups in which a pain management strategy was applied. Pain and fear were more incredible when no strategy was adopted. Conclusion: The study results suggest that the Buzzy more Distraction cards method effectively decreased children's pain levels than the control group, according to observer-report and parent-report.
Keywords
Buzzy device; Distraction card; Children; Fear; Pain Management; Parents' satisfaction.
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