Last updated on July 2018

The Effect of Music Therapy on Analgesia and Oxidative Stress Parameters


Brief description of study

Music has been used in the treatment of patient since the time Plato, Hippocrates and Alpharabius were alive. It is used by music therapists to help patients' social, physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs. In a study conducted, it was seen that music has a positive effect on pain, anxiety, depression, shortness of breath, mood, face expression and speech. Our aim is to evaluate the analgesic consumption of music therapy during egg collection applications and to compare the parameters of oxidative stress in blood and follicular fluid.

Detailed Study Description

Patients were randomly allocated into 3 groups. Group 1 is control group. Group 2 is Classical Turkish Music group. Group 3 will be organized as a group listening continuously (Preoperative and peroperative) Classical Turkish Music (Acemairan Makam). Voluntary patients, patients without hearing problems, patients between the ages of 18 and 40, and patients without music phobia will be included in the study. Patients who do not want to participate in the study, patients with hearing problems, and patients outside the 18-40 age range will not be included in the study. Once the Control group has been taken to the patient's room, the vessel way will be prepared for operation and will be kept waiting for one hour. Then blood will be taken to evaluate the oxidative stress parameters (Superoxide Dysmotase, Catalase, Glutathione Peroxidase, Myeloperoxidase, Malondialdehyde, Nitric Oxide, Thiol Disulfide levels) and taken to the operation room. Group 2 patients will be taken to the patient's rest room and will listen to music with an MP3 headset for 1 hour. Patient's blood will be taken to assess the oxidative stress parameters and taken to the operation room. Group 3 will listen Turkish Classical Music for 1 hour in patient room, vein path will be opened, Patient's blood will be taken with the aim of evaluating oxidative stress parameters and taken to the operation room. The patients will listen to music throughout the operation. All patients included in the study (Gr.1, Gr.2, Gr.3 patients) will use remifentanil 0.5 mcg / kg, propofol 1 mg / kg on induction after taken to the operating table. Blood and follicle fluid will be taken with the aim of comparing the values of Oxidative Stress Parameters in blood and follicular fluid at the end of the operation of all the patients in the three groups included in the study. Hemodynamics follow-up and pain follow-ups will be recorded at 1,5,15,30, and 60 minutes in the postoperative resting rooms of the patients after the operation. VAS will be used for pain recording. The analgesic needs of the patients will be met. Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs will be administered to patients for postoperative analgesia. The pre-and post-operative oxidative stress parameters in patients blood will be compared and the oxidative stress parameter values of the follicular fluid of the patients after the operation will be compared in the three groups.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT03346031

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