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International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)

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Abstract

Evaluation of the effect of distraction in the two groups of inflating the balloon and mother's armson the pain of venipuncture in children aged 3 -6

Author(s):Ehsan Rahmanian, Mohammad Sadegh Sanie, Navid Kalani and Mohammad Radmehr

Children get irritable, restless and excited in response to pain. Most children predict the pain induced by injection and prevent it by non-conformist behavior associated with anxiety before injection. They usually spend a lot of time to accept the injection. Thus, the present study aims to evaluate of the effect of distraction in the two groups of inflating the balloon and mother's arms on the pain of venipuncture in children aged 6 -3. This study was conducted in a cross-sectional way.Sampling was performedin an available and random manner from all children admitted to the pediatric ward (44 patients) of Peymanieh hospital of Jahrom. Data tools consisted of three questionnaires: demographic questionnaire, the scale of pain behavioral study in children and numerical scale to assess pain. Information was conducted by descriptive statisticsindicators such as percentage and mean and paired T tests. Mann-Whitney test results showed that there was no significant difference between blowing up balloons group and mother’s arm groupin terms of the scale of pain behavioral study and numerical scale to assess pain(p-value> 0.05). Performing Distraction program reduces pain resulting from medical procedures in children.


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