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NCT ID: NCT05660486 Not yet recruiting - Anxiety State Clinical Trials

Aromatherapy Effect on Anxiety Prior to Interventional Spine Procedures

Start date: April 1, 2023
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The goal of this study is to evaluate the effect of lavender essential oil on pre-procedure anxiety for patients undergoing interventional spine procedures.

NCT ID: NCT05646927 Recruiting - Child Behavior Clinical Trials

Effect of Child Preference for Parental Selection During Induction

Start date: December 13, 2022
Phase:
Study type: Observational

Induction of anesthesia can be distressing both for children and their parents. Nonpharmacological behavioral interventions can reduce the anxiety of children without significant adverse effects as seen with sedative drugs. has not been documented. The aim of this study will be to evaluate the effect of children's preference on parental selection during the induction of anesthesia on children and parental anxiety during the perioperative period.

NCT ID: NCT05639621 Completed - Anxiety State Clinical Trials

Management of Meaningful Accompaniment to Reduce Patient Anxiety in Endoscopic Procedures: Randomized Clinical Trial

MMEANS
Start date: January 4, 2021
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

An upper digestive endoscopy diagnostic procedure is undoubtedly a situation that will generate anxiety. The environment, protocols, distance the patient from the family member or partner, which is perceived as a threat to integrity. The objective of the study is to determine the effectiveness of a structured, significant follow-up nursing intervention to reduce anxiety in patients who are going to undergo upper digestive endoscopy in a public hospital in the Biobío Region, year 2021. The methodological proposal will be in a randomized, single-blind, third-party evaluation clinical trial, the intervention will consist of the visual and tactile presence of a significant companion throughout the endoscopic procedure. The sample will be 126 that will make up the experimental and control group. It is hypothesized that patients who have a significant follow-up will obtain 10 points less on the anxiety scale compared to those who did not have the intervention. The data will be collected with the Spielberg state / anxiety test (STAIT) and the Visual Analog Scale (VAS) to measure psychological effects, with vital parameters (pressure, pulse, respiration, saturometry), physiological effects, as well as the effects biochemicals with blood levels of potassium, glycemia and cortisol in saliva and mechanical effects through the monitoring of movements, using a mesh of pressure sensors. The difference-in-difference statistical method will be applied by t student, to analyze the data. The requirements of Emmanuel will be applied to safeguard the ethics of the study. It is hoped that significant follow-up as a nursing intervention will be shown to reduce the anxiety of the patient who is going to undergo an endoscopic procedure.

NCT ID: NCT05546463 Completed - Anxiety State Clinical Trials

The Effects of Playing Digital Games on Children's Pain, Fear and Anxiety Levels During Suturing

Start date: January 16, 2020
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The aim was to determine the effects of digital game play on children's pain, fear and anxiety levels during suturing. Data was obtained from 84 children between the ages of 8-17 at the Pediatric Emergency Department between 16 January and 19 March 2020, using the Socio-Demographic and Clinical Characteristics Form, the Wong-Baker Faces Pain Rating Scale (WBFPS), the Visual Analogue Scale (VAS), the Fear of Medical Procedure Scale (FMPS), and the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory for Children (STAI-CH). While the study group (n=42) played digital games during the suturing procedure, the control group (n=42) did not play digital games.

NCT ID: NCT05499767 Recruiting - Clinical trials for Mild Cognitive Impairment

HEPPI: Efficacy of a Cognitive-Emotional Intervention for Homebound Older Adults

HEPPI
Start date: September 1, 2021
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

The main goal of this research is to assess the efficacy of a 10-week home-delivered cognitive-emotional intervention program for homebound older adults presenting Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) and depressive and/or anxiety symptoms. The Homebound Elderly People Psychotherapeutic Intervention (HEPPI) combines cognitive training, psychotherapeutic techniques, and compensatory strategy training, and was designed to optimize memory function and to reduce depressive or anxious symptomatology of these older adults. A two-arm randomized controlled trial (RCT) is conducted to investigate the efficacy of the HEPPI among the homebound older population.

NCT ID: NCT05442099 Not yet recruiting - Anxiety State Clinical Trials

The Effect of Iso-Principal Based Music Playlists on Anxiety

Start date: August 15, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Chronic anxiety is a growing psychological challenge worldwide and at pre-clinical levels, can be disabling. Some research suggests music may reduce anxiety symptoms as effectively as anti-anxiety drugs without the adverse side effects. The iso principle suggests that the effectiveness of music interventions for mood management can be maximized by commencing a session with music that matches an individual's current emotional state and then gradually moving toward their desired emotional state. Our previous work demonstrated that a playlist generated by a music recommendation system that uses the iso-principal, along with music informatics, auditory beat stimulation, and reinforcement learning can reduce somatic and cognitive anxiety. However, it is unknown whether music playlists based on the iso-principal alone can reduce anxiety. In this study, the investigators wish to examine whether music playlists (~30 min long) based on the iso-principal (neutral to calm) will reduce anxiety after anxiety induction compared to a calm music playlist. The investigators hypothesize that the iso-principal playlist will have greater state anxiety reduction compared to the calm playlist.

NCT ID: NCT05442086 Not yet recruiting - Anxiety State Clinical Trials

Music and ABS as a Potential Anxiety Intervention

Start date: August 15, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

Anxiety is a growing problem and has been steadily increasing, particularly in the adolescent and young adult populations in the past 24 years. Music and auditory beat stimulation (ABS) in the theta frequency range (4-7 Hz) are sound-based anxiety treatments that have been investigated in prior studies with subjective measures of anxiety. Here, the anxiety-reducing potential of calm music combined with theta ABS will be examined in a large sample of participants with objective psychophysiological measures (heart rate variability and EEG), stress hormone measures (salivary cortisol) along with subjective measures (STICSA state). Participants with moderate trait anxiety (n = 100) will be randomly assigned to a single 24-minute session of sound-based treatment: combined (music & ABS), or pink noise (control). Pre- and post-intervention heart rate variability and EEG band power (alpha, beta, delta, and theta bands), along with somatic and cognitive state anxiety measures (STICSA State) will be collected along with trait anxiety (STICSA Trait), and musical preferences (Short Test of Music Preferences). Our hypothesis is that the music & ABS condition will have significantly higher EEG theta band activity and heart rate variability compared to the pink noise control condition. The investigators also expect to see significantly reduces higher state anxiety reduction in the music & ABS condition compared to the pink noise control condition. Participants with moderate trait anxiety (n = 100) will be randomly assigned to a single 24-minute session of sound-based treatment: combined (music & ABS), or pink noise (control). Pre- and post-intervention heart rate variability and EEG band power (alpha, beta, delta, and theta bands), along with somatic and cognitive state anxiety measures (STICSA State) will be collected along with trait anxiety (STICSA Trait), and musical preferences (Short Test of Music Preferences). The investigators predict that the music & ABS condition will have significantly increased power in the theta and alpha bands, higher heart rate variability, higher state anxiety reduction, and lower salivary cortisol levels compared to the pink noise control condition.

NCT ID: NCT05433636 Recruiting - Pain Clinical Trials

Mindful Waiting Room

Start date: September 14, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

This will be a single-site, five-arm, parallel group randomized control trial involving patients seeking integrative healthcare. Four different styles of 5-minute, audio-recoded mindfulness practices delivered in the clinic waiting room will be compared with a 5-minute audio-recording about integrative healthcare. A secondary sub-analysis will investigate the most effective mindfulness practice style for patients presenting at the clinic with elevated anxiety, depression, or pain.

NCT ID: NCT05433389 Recruiting - Pain Clinical Trials

App Delivered Brief Mindfulness Intervention for Surgical Patients

Start date: June 22, 2022
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

This will be a single-site, five-arm, parallel group randomized control trial involving patients undergoing knee or hip replacement surgery. The investigators will compare five different styles of 5-minute, audio-recoded mindfulness practices delivered via app 7 days before to surgery, 2 days before to surgery, 2 days after surgery, and 6 days after surgery.

NCT ID: NCT05380661 Not yet recruiting - Clinical trials for Spinal Cord Injuries

Heart Rate Variability and Anxiety During Urinary Bladder Catheterization

Start date: January 2023
Phase: N/A
Study type: Interventional

This is a prospective, randomised study investigating the physical and psychological experience of intermittent catheterization in adult individuals following spinal cord injury (SCI).