The Effect of Music Therapy on Nausea, Vomiting and Anxiety Levels in Children

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Bilecik Seyh Edebali Universitesi

Status

Not yet enrolling

Conditions

Vomiting
Nausea
Children, Only
Cancer
Anxiety
Music Therapy

Treatments

Other: Music Therapy
Other: antiemetic treatment

Study type

Interventional

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT06224894
BSEU-HSF

Details and patient eligibility

About

This study will be conducted with a randomized controlled study model to examine the effect of music therapy on nausea, vomiting and anxiety levels in children diagnosed with oncological cancer receiving cisplatin. The research is planned to be carried out at Dokuz Eylül University Nevvar-Salih İşgören Children's Hospital Pediatric Hematology-Oncology Clinic between December 2023 and December 2024. There is no application for music therapy in the operation of this hospital and clinic.

Full description

This study was planned to be conducted with children aged 7-18 years old who were hospitalized in the Pediatric Oncology Clinic of Dokuz Eylül University Hospital Nevvar-Salih İşgören Children's Hospital. The sample calculation required for the study was based on a significance level of 0.05, a power of 80% and an effect size of 0.15 (medium effect size) in the GPOWER 3.1 statistical analysis program. It was determined that 33 children should be included in each group for t test analysis in dependent groups. In order to fulfill the parametric test assumptions in the study and considering the 10% loss, it was planned to include 40 children in the experimental group and 40 children in the parent and control group, who voluntarily agreed to participate in the research, for a total of 80 children. Children with cancer who are between the ages of 7-18, receive cisplatin treatment, are diagnosed with oncological cancer, do not have mental retardation as a clinical diagnosis, receive chemotherapy during their stay in the clinic, have no hearing problems, know how to read and write in Turkish, and volunteer to participate in the study will be included in the study. . Children with cancer who are in the terminal stage and do not want to participate in the study will not be included in the study. Data Collection Process Children who will receive the intervention and their parents will be informed about the research. Children and their parents will be informed about the music therapy to be applied to their children and their verbal and written consent will be obtained. After consent is obtained, it will be determined which group the child belongs to by randomization method. The standard approach will be applied to all children. Standard approach; Granisetron IV 40mcg/kg/24, Aprepitant PO 125 mg/24 hour and Dexamethasone 6 mg/m2 IV/PO are administered to children receiving cisplatin treatment. The child in the control group will not undergo any additional intervention, and the standard antiemetic treatment procedure will be applied 15 minutes before the cisplatin infusion. The child in the music therapy group will receive a standard antiemetic treatment procedure 15 minutes before the cisplatin infusion. Music therapy will be applied with the start of cisplatin infusion. The song "The Happiest Child", developed by creating rhythms and developed by Fulya Merve KOS, one of the researchers with the RhythmotherapistTM certificate issued by the Ministry of National Education, will be used in music therapy. The sound will be adjusted to 45 db. The speaker will be placed at the end of the foot, approximately 30 cm from the child's ear, five minutes before the procedure and will be played to the child during the procedure. After the infusion, music therapy will be terminated and the level of nausea, irritability and anxiety will be evaluated with data collection forms. Randomization A total of 80 children who meet the inclusion criteria will be included in the study. The random selection process of 80 people will be created by the computer randomization program (www.randomizer.org). The Research Randomizer program is a free resource for researchers who need a quick way to generate random numbers or assign participants to experimental conditions. This site may be used for a variety of purposes, including psychology experiments, medical experiments, and survey research. The program can automatically generate a set of 40 numbers from 1-80 without creating any repetitions. Each child will be randomly assigned a number between 1 and 80. Children given odd numbers will be included in the control group, and children given even numbers will be included in the music therapy group.

Enrollment

80 estimated patients

Sex

All

Ages

7 to 18 years old

Volunteers

Accepts Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion and exclusion criteria

Example:

Inclusion Criteria:

  • Those between the ages of 7-18,
  • Receiving Cisplatin Treatment, Diagnosed with Oncological Cancer,
  • Without Mental Retardation as a Clinical Diagnosis,
  • Those who received chemotherapy during their stay in the clinic,
  • No Hearing Problems,
  • Able to Read and Write Turkish,
  • Children with Cancer who Volunteer to Participate in the Research

Exclusion Criteria:

• Children with cancer who are in the terminal period and do not want to participate in the study will not be included in the study.

Trial design

Primary purpose

Other

Allocation

Randomized

Interventional model

Single Group Assignment

Masking

None (Open label)

80 participants in 2 patient groups

music therapy
Experimental group
Description:
The child in the music therapy group will receive a standard antiemetic treatment procedure 15 minutes before the cisplatin infusion. Music therapy will be applied with the start of cisplatin infusion. The song "The Happiest Child", developed by creating rhythms and developed by Fulya Merve KOS, a researcher with a RhythmotherapistTM certificate issued by the Ministry of National Education, will be used in music therapy. The sound will be adjusted to 45 db. The speaker will be placed at the end of the foot, approximately 30 cm from the child's ear, five minutes before the procedure and will be played to the child during the procedure. After the infusion, music therapy will be terminated and the level of nausea, irritability and anxiety will be evaluated with data collection forms.
Treatment:
Other: antiemetic treatment
Other: Music Therapy
antiemetic treatment
Experimental group
Description:
Standard approach; Granisetron IV 40mcg/kg/24, Aprepitant PO 125 mg/24 hour and Dexamethasone 6 mg/m2 IV/PO are administered to children receiving cisplatin treatment.
Treatment:
Other: antiemetic treatment

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