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Överskrift Aromatherapy and massage in palliative care
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Överskrift Aromatherapy and massage in palliative care
Beskrivning Aromatherapy and massage have gained wide popularity among nurses in clinical practice in recent years. Many nurses in palliative care settings are using these therapies with the assumption that they improve patients' quality of life, but no research has yet investigated their effectiveness. A study was set up to access the effects of massage and aromatherapy massage on cancer patients receiving palliative care. Patients received three full body massages over a 3-week period, with or without the essential oil Roman Chamomile. The measurements used were the Rotterdam Symptom Checklist (RSCL) and State-Trait Anxiety Inventory. Post-test scores for all patients improved. These were statistically significant in the aromatherapy group on the RSCL physical symptom subscale, quality of life subscale and state anxiety scale. Responses to the post-therapy questionnaire indicate that patients consider the massage or aromatherapy to be beneficial in reducing anxiety, tension, pain and depression.
Källa International Journal of Palliative Nursing
Publicerad 1995
Författare Agarwal R, Ahmad N, Amini SB, Bostwick DG, Challa A, Gupta S, MacLennan GT, Marengo SR, Mohan RR, Mukhtar H, Paras F, Resnick MI, Wilkinson S

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