Lullaby and Classic Music's Effect on Vital Findings and Comfort

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Selcuk University

Status

Completed

Conditions

Vital Signs
Preterm
Music
Nutrition Disorder, Infant

Treatments

Behavioral: Lullaby
Behavioral: Classic music

Study type

Interventional

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT05333575
SelcukUniversity

Details and patient eligibility

About

In the study, lullabies and classical music played to preterm babies during orogastric tube feeding; It will be tried to determine the effect on cerebral oxygenation level, vital signs and comfort levels.

Full description

In the literature, there are many studies on prematurity pain and its relief. Although the vital signs and comfort levels of infants were examined in many applications for infants hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care unit, no study was found in which the cerebral oxygenation levels of infants were evaluated by NIRS by listening to lullabies and classical music to premature infants. There is no study in the literature examining cerebral oxygenation, vital signs and comfort parameters together during orogastric tube feeding, which is frequently used in preterm infants. For this reason, in this study, lullabies and classical music played to preterm babies during orogastric tube feeding; It will be tried to determine the effect on cerebral oxygenation level, vital signs and comfort levels. It is thought that the study will present new data to the literature and will lead many researches.

Enrollment

51 patients

Sex

All

Ages

28 to 34 weeks old

Volunteers

Accepts Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

  • Being at 28-34 weeks of gestation,
  • Stability (in terms of cerebral oxygenation, pain and vital signs) during enrollment,
  • Not having any additional diagnosis other than the diagnosis of prematurity,
  • Indication of bolus feeding with an orogastric tube,

Exclusion criteria

  • Congenital anomaly in the baby
  • Diagnosed hearing impairment in the baby
  • Having a history of an invasive procedure (such as a surgical operation) that will disrupt the baby's long-term comfort and cause pain
  • The baby is receiving oxygen therapy or the baby is on mechanical ventilation
  • Any history of disease affecting cerebral oxygenation (such as intraventricular hemorrhage, neonatal convulsions).

Trial design

Primary purpose

Supportive Care

Allocation

Randomized

Interventional model

Factorial Assignment

Masking

Single Blind

51 participants in 3 patient groups

Experimental Group: Lullaby
Experimental group
Description:
The mothers in this group sang lullabies to their babies next to the incubator during feeding.
Treatment:
Behavioral: Lullaby
Experimental Group: Classic Music
Experimental group
Description:
Babies in this group were listened to classical music during feeding.
Treatment:
Behavioral: Classic music
Control Group
No Intervention group
Description:
Premature newborns in the control group were fed according to the routine of the clinic and no intervention was performed other than routine practice.

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