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Comparative Study of the Effect of Allah’s Recitation and Rhythmic Breathing on postoperative pain in Orthopedic Patients . JAP. 2018; 9 (1) :68-78
URL: http://jap.iums.ac.ir/article-1-5364-en.html
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 Aims and background: Pain is one of the most important complications in postoperative Orthopedic Patients. Today, various non-pharmacological methods are used for pain relief after surgeries. The aim of this study was to compare the effects of Allah recitation and rhythmic breathing on postoperative pain in Orthopedic Patients. Materials and methods: This is a three-group randomized clinical trial in which 90 patients were selected by available sampling and then randomized into 3 groups of Allah’s recitation, rhythmic breathing and control. In the group of Allah’s recitation, honorable recitation of “In the Name of the Merciful God, There is no power but from God, O Allah send blessings on Muhammad and his family “ was repeated calmly for 100 times,. In rhythmic group, rhythmic breathing was performed after training by “Hey-Hu” method. Intervention in each group was performed for approximately 20 minutes. Pain intensity was measured by Numeric Rating Scale (NRS). Data analysis was performed by One-way repeated ANOVA tests and repeated measures with SPSS software version 20. Findings: 21 patients (70%) were males and 23 (76.6%) were married and they had the average age of 36.4± 13.6 years. There eas a significant relationship between the average of pain intensity in stages of postoperative period (p<0.009), and patients in Allah’s recitation group and then in the group of rhythmic breathing experienced less pain. Conclusion: Allah’s recitation and rhythmic breathing are effective and can be used to reduce the pain after orthopedic surgery.
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Type of Study: Original | Subject: Acute pain managment
Received: 2018.01.24 | Accepted: 2018.04.11 | Published: 2018.05.12

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