Tim Brunson DCH

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Effect of music on patients undergoing colonoscopy: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials



PURPOSE: Music has been utilized as a therapeutic tool during colonoscopy, but various randomized controlled trials (RCTs) have been inconsistent. We conducted a meta-analysis to analyze the effect of music on patients undergoing colonoscopy. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Multiple medical databases were searched (12/06). Only RCTs on adult subjects that compared music versus no music during colonoscopy were included. Meta-analysis was analyzed for total procedure time, dose of sedative medications (midazolam and mepiridine), and patients' pain scores, experience, and willingness to repeat the same procedure in the future. RESULTS: Eight studies (N = 712) met the inclusion criteria. Patients' overall experience scores (P < 0.01) were significantly improved with music. No significant differences were noted for patients' pain scores (P = 0.09), mean doses of midazolam (P = 0.10), mean doses of meperidine (P = 0.23), procedure times (P = 0.06), and willingness to repeat the same procedure in future (P = 0.10). CONCLUSIONS: Music improves patients' overall experience with colonoscopy.

Dig Dis Sci. 2009 Jan;54(1):19-24. Epub 2008 May 16. Bechtold ML, Puli SR, Othman MO, Bartalos CR, Marshall JB, Roy PK. Division of Gastroenterology, University of Missouri School of Medicine, One Hospital Drive, Columbia, MO 65212, USA.

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espoused most fervently that music (audio-somnic esp) to be the greatest benefitter to patients with FM/Adrenal Fatigue?CFS/ME-Cfids
and all stress-related illnesses, whether auto-immune/functional
medicine. After practicing RELIOUSLY, DEEP BREATHING WITH
GUIDED IMAGERY AND MUSIC, relaxation has become My and
MILLIONS of sufferers+ (ex-sufferers) 1st-line destressing/pain
relieving therapy. Self hypnotherapy should become routine, as
should meditation and relaxation to specific music! So glad to
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people to 'cough up and sign up' before receiving any info!
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www,fibromyalgiasa.co.za
# Posted By SHARON LEVIN | 11/18/09 6:24 AM
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