Hospital music therapy

Renal transplantation and dialysis

Renal transplantation and dialysis

Adequate Stimulation, Hearing and stimulation, Hospital music therapy, Production
Renal transplantation and dialysis The kidneys perform vital functions in our body: · Eliminate waste substances. · Produce hormones for the formation of bone and red blood cells. · Regulate blood pressure. · Control the water and salts of our body: hydro-electrolytic balance. These basic functions are performed by structures called glomeruli which are responsible for filtering the blood and collect the waste substances and excess water, forming the urine. If for any reason it stops working, accumulate the waste substances, the Toxic substances and water, the production of red blood cells and the normal metabolism of bones is altered. All these facts give rise to a series of symptoms: · Weakness. · Fatigue. · Dizziness. · Nausea. · Vomiting. · Decreased appetite. · Changes in
Passive Music therapy improves nutritional status

Passive Music therapy improves nutritional status

Adequate Stimulation, Hearing and stimulation, Hospital music therapy, Production, Production
Passive music therapy improves nutritional status Passive music therapy improves the nutritional, digestive and immune level of geriatric patients in coma. Passive music therapy improves the nutritional, digestive and immune level of geriatric patients in coma or in a state of minimum awareness, according to a study carried out by Sanyres, in collaboration with the statistical department of the University of La Salle. Music mobilizes a large number of brain circuits Through passive music therapy, which has already shown benefits in neonates or people with severe disabilities, the patient listens to music but without any active instruments or movements, and is of "great use" since music is a stimulus that mobilizes a great Number of brain circuits in the absence of other stimuli that usu...
Music “nurtures” Premature Babies

Music “nurtures” Premature Babies

Hospital music therapy
Music "nurtures" Premature Babies Music helps premature babies reduce pain and improve their development and growth, new research says. A team of Canadian scientists found that among the benefits that can be gained by playing music in hospitals is calming neonates, improving their eating habits and reducing their hospitalization. Researchers - who publish the details of the study in Archives of Disease in Childhood - say that music also seems to have beneficial effects on physiological aspects such as heart and respiratory rhythm. Valuable Therapy More and more hospitals are playing music in their neonatal rooms as a method to help improve the behavior and physiological health of babies or to reduce pain. It has been thought that in addition to calming infants and their parents, musi...
Pain clinics

Pain clinics

Adequate Stimulation, Hospital music therapy, Music and health
Pain clinics Relaxation and music therapy for postoperative pain Relaxation techniques and music therapy are often used as an aid to management of the discomfort and to balance analgesia and side effects in patients about to undergo surgery. Sources were used Medline (1982-1995), "Cumulative Index of Nursing" and "Allied Health Literature" (1982-1995) along with "PsychLit" (1971-1995) as a means of finding items that assessed the effects of relaxation and music on postoperative pain. It also sought in the Journal of Music Therapy "and other books by hand.Effectiveness data were obtained. The studies were classified according to the design (eg randomized, nonrandomized, uncontrolled). No predefined instrument was used in obtaining the data. We performed a descriptive analysis. Inclusi
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