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Erratum to: Effect of music on anxiety and pain during joint lavage for knee osteoarthritis

01 Feb 2012-Clinical Rheumatology (Springer-Verlag)-Vol. 31, Iss: 3, pp 581-581

AboutThis article is published in Clinical Rheumatology.The article was published on 2012-02-01 and is currently open access. It has received 4 citation(s) till now. The article focuses on the topic(s): Osteoarthritis & Anxiety.

Topics: Osteoarthritis (64%), Anxiety (53%)

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Ray Marks1
30 Sep 2015
TL;DR: It is concluded that more attention to this correlate in the research and clinical realm will enable a more favorable outlook for the osteoarthritic patient, regardless of joint site, or disease duration.
Abstract: Anxiety is a very common psychological syndrome occurring in the adult population either as a trait or specific condition, and/or in response to a variety of situations, especially adverse health conditions. This narrative review examines the extent to which anxiety may preside among adults with a diagnosis of osteoarthritis, regardless of site, and its linkage to the pain experience. Drawn from the English language peer reviewed work over the last 35 years, articles that focused on the topic of anxiety among cases with osteoarthritis were examined. Although very limited in quantity, these data showed, a sizable proportion of adults with osteoarthritis may present with comorbid anxiety problems, as well as excess anxiety in response to their situation. In most cases, those with any form of anxiety experience more pain, and have less optimal outcomes than those without anxiety. It is concluded that more attention to this correlate in the research and clinical realm will enable a more favorable outlook for the osteoarthritic patient, regardless of joint site, or disease duration.

5 citations


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  • ...J Rheum Dis Treat 2015, 1:3 • Page 5 of 6 • ISSN: 2469-5726 surgery [67], and standardizing both routine [68] and pre-operative screening procedures for anxiety [69] may be helpful as well....

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01 Sep 2016
TL;DR: Reading and listening to Vaghe'a Surah and its translation can decreased fear of surgery and anesthesia, and sedative hypnotic agents have been developed for improving anxiety.
Abstract: n the United States of America, near 23 million people undergo surgery each year, generally experiencing preoperative anxiety (1). When patients undergo surgery, anxiety and depression can affect their physical and mental states; reducing these preoperative complications results in positive effects on the wellbeing of patients and are likely to positively influence the outcomes of surgery (2). More than 82 percent of patients had fear and anxiety before surgery (3). Anxiety increases blood levels of epinephrine and norepinephrine, resulting in increased blood pressure, heart rate, and myocardial oxygen demand (4). Velensola Millan et al. in their study about “the reasons of anxiety before optional surgery” argue that factors such as fear of clinical environment (35%) fear of surgery (33%) fear of anesthesia (45%) and unawareness about surgery (45%) are the most important reasons of anxiety before surgery (5). Reading and listening to Vaghe'a Surah and its translation can decreased fear of surgery and anesthesia. Because Vaghe'a Surah and its translation can be relaxing in patients (6). Many strategies such as sedative hypnotic agents have been developed for improving anxiety (7). However, these pharmacological agents are usually associated with adverse effects such as bradycardia, hypotension, gut I Abstract

2 citations


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  • ...Complementary therapies including massage therapy, therapeutic touch, relaxation, aromatherapy, muscle relaxation, and music therapy are effective in reducing anxiety while reducing medication (10,11)....

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TL;DR: Anxiety, a potentially remediable state of mental distress found linked to chronically disabling forms of arthritis, in various imperceptible ways, and which may have an immense bearing on the outcomes of osteoarthritis, has not received as much attention in the related literature as other topics, such as surgery.
Abstract: Osteoarthritis, a widespread highly painful often incapacitating joint disease continues to impose immense personal and societal challenges among adults of all ages, especially among older adults. In the absence of any effective cure or treatment, it has become essential to explore all correlates of this chronic disabling disease, especially those that might be preventable or modifiable. Anxiety, a potentially remediable state of mental distress found linked to chronically disabling forms of arthritis, in various imperceptible ways, and which may have an immense bearing on the outcomes of osteoarthritis, has not received as much attention in the related literature as other topics, such as surgery.

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TL;DR: Based on the findings, individualized counseling was effective in reducing perceived stress in patients before surgery and can be used to reduce the perceived stress of patients before cholelithiasis surgery.
Abstract: Background & Aim: Tensions have become one of the main problems in societies. Studies of pre-surgery stress and anxiety have raised the attention of many researchers. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of individual counseling on perceived stress in patients before cholelithiasis surgery. Materials & Methods: In this quasi-experimental study, 40 pre-operative patients were selected by convenience sampling in Emam Reza Hospital (Kermanshah -2016). Then, they were assigned randomly to experimental (n=20) and control group (n=20). The intervention group received cognitive coping strategies but the control group received routine care. Data were collected by perceived stress scale and analyzed by descriptive statistics and analysis of covariance using SPSS software version 16. Results: After intervention, the mean of total perceived stress score in the experimental group (33.07 ± 9.22) was lower than that of the control group (39.33 ± 7.76), and the difference between mean and standard deviation of the data was significant at (P<0.05) level in the post-test. Conclusion: Based on the findings, individualized counseling was effective in reducing perceived stress in patients before surgery. Therefore, this approach can be used to reduce the perceived stress of patients before