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Anxiety Reaction in Children During Cast Removal using Oscillating Saw versus Cast Shear - A Randomised, Prospective Trial

INTRO: To contrast the anxiousness degrees demonstrated by children throughout cast removal treatment in between oscillating saw vs cast shear techniques. Children going through removal of cast were separated into 2 groups; either by an oscillating saw or a cast reducing shear. Objective evaluation was executed by documenting the anxiety degree on Children's Fear Scale. RESULTS: There was a substantial boost in the heart rate of kids during cast removal while making use of the oscillating saw contrasted to cast shear. Cast shear is a easy and cost-effective tool that can be used for cast removal in overly nervous youngsters.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5704/MOJ.2107.018


Precut Cast: An Easier and Less Stressful Cast Removal Procedure for Pediatric Patients

They are prone to feeling a lot more stressed if patients need to stay in the hospital with a cast. Fixation utilizing a cast is an essential medical alternative, particularly in the case of skin grafts in which addiction of the foot and ankle joint is vital to make certain the survival of the graft skin. Nonetheless, the removal of the cast is additionally demanding for patients because it needs to be eliminated with a cast saw.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1097/GOX.0000000000003700


Interventions to Improve the Cast Removal Experience for Children and Their Families: A Scoping Review

Background: Cast removal can be a stressful experience for a youngster. This scoping evaluation aims to offer a thorough evaluation of treatments designed to reduce anxiousness and enhance the child's and family's experience of pediatric cast removal. Addition criteria: studies released January 1975-- October 2019 with a primary concentrate on pediatric patients undertaking cast removal/cast area procedures. Treatments consisted of the complying with, alone or in combination: noise reduction, digital device use, primary information, music therapy, play therapy, and youngster life specialist-directed intervention. Heart rate was utilized as a secondary or key outcome step across studies. Studies racked up short on outcome action legitimacy and blinding as assessed by the Joanna Briggs Institute Critical Appraisal Checklist for Randomized Controlled Trials. Conclusion: Various techniques have been tested to enhance the pediatric cast removal experience. On top of that, future research study and high quality enhancement projects must review interventions that are tailored to a child's age and child/family preference.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/children8020130

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