The comparisen of the effects of San-Yin-Jiao (SP6) acupressure and pethedin on severity of labor pain in the first stage of labor in nul par women

Kermani, Samira and Drogar, Maryam and Basiri Moghadam, Mahdi and Bahri, Narjes (2012) The comparisen of the effects of San-Yin-Jiao (SP6) acupressure and pethedin on severity of labor pain in the first stage of labor in nul par women. Other. Samira Kermani, Maryam Drogar 1, M Basiri Moghadam, Narjes Bahri,2 Aazam Mahmoudian3, Seyed Javad Mojtabavy4.

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Introduction: According to the potenthal sid effect of analgesics and anaesthethc drugs to control the labor pains, it is possible to replace non-medical method for palliative treatment . The purpus of this research is to assess the effect of acupressure in spleen point 6 on the amount of analgesic drug taking during labor. Methods: This study was conducted one sides blind randomized clinical trial in 91-90 years. 48 term pregnant women with active phase of labor in term randomly selected and divided into two groups, acupressure and pethidine consumers. Data analysis using descriptive and inferential statistics, using the software 19 - SPSS was performed. Results: Baseline mean pain intensity difference between two groups before intervention was not statistically significant (p =0/29). And compare the two groups in mean pain intensity during the intervention (2 minutes after the intervention of acupressure and 10 after injection ) was not statistically significant (p =0.25). And compare the two groups in mean pain intensity1 h1 h after the intervention has no statistically significant difference (p=0.81). And compare the two groups in mean pain intensity in the 1.5 h after the intervention has no statistically significant difference (p=0.27) Conclusion: The finding if our study showed that the pressure on sp6 is as effective as pethedin to decreas the pain of labor. Key words: acupressure, pain intensity, pain visual scale, early pregnant women, birth

Item Type: Monograph (Other)
Subjects: R Medicine > RT Nursing
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Date Deposited: 16 Nov 2019 10:09
Last Modified: 16 Nov 2019 10:09
URI: http://eprints.gmu.ac.ir/id/eprint/1432

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