EFFECT OF GUIDED IMAGERY ON ORTHOPEDIC OPERATIONS PAIN IN TRAUMATIC PATIENTS

@inproceedings{Chamanzari2013EFFECTOG,
  title={EFFECT OF GUIDED IMAGERY ON ORTHOPEDIC OPERATIONS PAIN IN TRAUMATIC PATIENTS},
  author={Hamid Chamanzari and Sonia Raffe and M Gheravi and S Ebrahimzade},
  year={2013}
}
Aims: Use of anti-pain drugs, especially narcotics, has serious side effects and the combination of non-pharmacological methods with drugs can be the most effective way of pain relief. One of the non-pharmacological methods is the guided imagery. This study was done to evaluate the effect of guided imagery on pain of orthopedic operations in traumatic patients. Methods: This clinical trial with 2 groups was conducted in traumatic patients’ referred to Shahid Hasheminejad hospital of Mashhad in… CONTINUE READING

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