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The aim of this study is to evaluate the effectiveness of two different distraction techniques (Audio Video Distraction /Video Game Distraction) in the management of anxious pediatric patients during dental treatment. Group A: pulpotomy in temporary inferior molar will be treated with using video game on tablet device with wireless joystick and wireless headphone Group B: pulpotomy in temporary inferior molar will be treated with using AV tablet and wireless headphone. Group C (Control group): pulpotomy in temporary inferior molar will be treated with basic behavior guidance techniques and without using any type of distraction aids. All of the children who experienced a pulpotomy in temporary inferior molar with/without distraction will be assessed by using a combination of measures: Simplified Wong-Baker faces(self-report), and "HOUPT" Behavior Rating Scale for Movement - Crying - Overall Behavior (nonself-report).

Clinical Trial Description

This study will evaluate the effectiveness of two types of distraction aids that contain video game on tablet device with wireless (joystick and headphone) along with audio video distraction using tablet device and wireless headphone. Pain and anxiety will be evaluated during pulpotomy in temporary inferior molar using two behavioral scales, Simplified Wong-Baker faces (self-report), and "HOUPT" Behavior Rating Scale for Movement - Crying - Overall Behavior (nonself-report). The Behavior Rating Scale "HOUPT" will be measured four times: directly when the patient seated comfortably on the dental chair, after anesthesia, after pulpotomy, and when the treatment completed. All child patients will ask to choose a face that describe their status from one of the Simplified Wong Baker faces scale in the same four times. ;

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NCT number NCT05191836
Study type Interventional
Source Damascus University
Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date August 15, 2021
Completion date November 20, 2021

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