Pain in full term newborns submitted to music and swaddling during venipunctures

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Title Pain in full term newborns submitted to music and swaddling during venipunctures
Dor em recém-nascidos a termo submetidos à intervenção música e enrolamento
 
Creator Viana, Tamires Rebeca Forte
Melo, Gleicia Martins de
Cardoso, Maria Vera Lucia Moreira Leitão
Almeida, Paulo César de
Oliveira, Lusiana Moreira de
Santos, Daisyanne Augusto de Sales
 
Subject Infant, Newborn; Rooming-in Care; Pain; Music.
Recém-Nascido; Alojamento Conjunto; Dor; Música.
 
Description Objective: to compare pain scores in term newborns submitted to music and swaddling interventions during venipuncture. Methods: pilot study of a clinical trial, carried out with 11 newborns in rooming-in care who received venipunctures. The newborns were randomly allocated into two groups: Experimental (20 minutes of music + swaddling) and Control (swaddling). Newborns were filmed and pain was assessed by the Neonatal Facial Coding System at baseline, procedure, and initial recovery phases. Results: the Experimental Group at baseline, procedure (antisepsis, puncture, and milking), and recovery showed less pain reactions and lower heart rate mean and variation (p<0.05) than the Control Group. Conclusion: newborns who received the intervention of music combined with swaddling had less pain reactions and less variations in heart rate during venipuncture. Brazilian Clinical Trial Registry: RBR-8x8v2r.
Objetivo: comparar a dor em recém-nascidos a termo submetidos à intervenção música e enrolamento durante punção venosa. Métodos: estudo piloto de ensaio clínico, realizado em alojamento conjunto com 11 recém-nascidos que receberam punção venosa. Alocados aleatoriamente em dois grupos: (Grupo Experimental (20 minutos música + enrolamento) e Grupo Controle (enrolamento). Recém-nascidos foram filmados e a dor avaliada pela Neonatal Facial Coding System, nos momentos basal, procedimento e recuperação inicial. Resultados: o Grupo Experimental nos momentos basal, procedimento (antissepsia, punção e ordenha) e recuperação apresentou menos reações de dor; menor média e variação da frequência cardíaca (p<0,05) que o Grupo Controle. Conclusão: recém-nascidos que receberam a intervenção música combinada ao enrolamento, apresentaram menos reações de dor e menores variações na frequência cardíaca durante a punção venosa. Registro Brasileiro de Ensaio Clínico: RBR-8x8v2r.
 
Publisher Universidade Federal do Ceará
 
Date 2020-06-18
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Estudo piloto
 
Format application/pdf
application/pdf
 
Identifier http://periodicos.ufc.br/rene/article/view/43904
10.15253/2175-6783.20202143904
 
Source Rev Rene; Vol 21 (2020): Rev Rene; e43904
Rev Rene; v. 21 (2020): Rev Rene; e43904
2175-6783
1517-3852
 
Language por
eng
 
Relation http://periodicos.ufc.br/rene/article/view/43904/100517
http://periodicos.ufc.br/rene/article/view/43904/100518
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Rev Rene
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
 

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