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Using dance/movement therapy to augment the effectiveness of therapeutic holding with children.

Abstract Title: Using dance/movement therapy to augment the effectiveness of therapeutic holding with children. Abstract Source: J Child Adolesc Psychiatr Nurs. 2005 Jul-Sep;18(3):135-45. PMID: 16137271 Abstract Author(s): Heather Lundy, Patrick McGuffin Article Affiliation: MCP Hahnemann University Philadelphia,PA, USA. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Abstract: PROBLEM: Therapeutic holding is a commonly used tool for the containment of aggressive behavior in children. Although often effective, the intervention has inherent physical and emotional safety risks. Can a body-based therapy be used to limit these risks? METHODS: Research was conducted incorporating dance/movement therapy techniques (D/MT) before and after therapeutic holding to investigate this question. Volunteer residential treatment center staff participated in a 4-hour D/MT-based training workshop integrating the techniques with the intervention. Children participated via self-report. FINDINGS: D/MT training increased adult awareness, sensitivity, perspective shifting ability, and confidence in the intervention while decreasing the necessity for physicality. CONCLUSION: Integrating D/MT therapy training with therapeutic holding decreased the threat of trauma to adult participants. Further research into the integration of D/MT techniques with safe holding procedures may prove helpful in the challenge of making restraints safer for both children and adults. Article Published Date : Jul 01, 2005
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Evaluation of Preoperative Ultrasonography in Gall Stone Disease to Predict Technical Difficulties during Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy.

Related Articles Evaluation of Preoperative Ultrasonography in Gall Stone Disease to Predict Technical Difficulties during Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy. Mymensingh Med J. 2018 Oct;27(4):757-763 Authors: Talukder MI, Khan MH, Chowdhury F, Ansary AA, Rahman K, Islam N Abstract Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is the gold standard in the treatment of gallstones. This study was carried out to determine the technical difficulties that can be encountered during laparoscopic cholecystectomy and to evaluate the role of ultrasonography in identifying patients at risk of conversion returning to open surgery. The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of preoperative ultrasonography in assessing technical difficulty faced during laparoscopic cholecystectomy in gallstone disease. This was an observational comparative study which was conducted in the Department of Surgery of Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College & Hospital, Dhaka, Bangladesh from January 2016 to January 2017. A purposive sampling method was applied to select the study sample. A total of 160 patients were included this study. Data processing and analysis were done using SPSS (statistical package for social sciences), version 20. The summarized data were presented in the form of figures and tables with due statistical interpretation. In this study, there was a total of 160 cases, among which 90(56.25%) turned out to have undergone normal laparoscopic cholecystectomies. Seventy (43.75%) were difficult, among which 6(3.75%) were converted to open cholecystectomies. Among 160 patients, 120(75%) were female and 40(25%) were male. There is a total of 136/160 (85%) patients with gallbladder wall thickness <3mm and 24/160 (15%) patients >3mm. Among the 136 patients with gallbladder wall thickness <3mm, there was difficulty in holding the gallbladder in 28(25%) cases, 28(20.6%) had undergone gallbladder perforation, 32(23.5%) had undergone moderate bleeding and only 2(1.5%) had undergone severe bleeding. Among the 24 patients with gallbladder wall thickness >3mm, there was difficulty in holding the gallbladder in 22(91.7%) cases, 18(75%) had undergone gallbladder perforation, 18(75%) had undergone moderate bleeding and only 2(8.33%) had undergone severe bleeding. It shows a total of 124/160 (77.5%) patients with normal gall bladder, 26/160 (16.25%) patients with contracted gallbladder and 10/160 (6.25%) patients with distended gallbladder. Among the 124 patients with normal gallbladder, 16(12.9%) had undergone difficult Calot's dissection, 26(21%) had undergone difficult gallbladder bed dissection, 26(21%) had undergone moderate bleeding and none had undergone severe bleeding. Among 26 patients with contracted gallbladder, 20(76.9%) underwent difficult Calot's dissection, 24(92.3%) had undergone difficult gallbladder bed dissection, 18(69.2%) had undergone moderate bleeding and 4(15.4%) had undergone severe bleeding. Among 10 patients with distended gallbladder, 4(40%) underwent difficult Calot's dissection, 6(60%) underwent difficult gallbladder bed dissection, 6(60%) had undergone moderate bleeding and none had undergone severe bleeding. From this study, we conclude that preoperative ultrasonography is a good predictor of difficulty in laparoscopic cholecystectomy in the majority of cases and should be used as a screening procedure. PMID: 30487491 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

Effect of a Nebulizer Holding Chamber on Aerosol Delivery.

Related Articles Effect of a Nebulizer Holding Chamber on Aerosol Delivery. Respir Care. 2018 Sep;63(9):1125-1131 Authors: Sarhan RM, Elberry AA, Abdelwahab NS, Rabea H, Salem MN, Abdelrahim ME Abstract BACKGROUND: A new holding chamber was designed to be used with the Aerogen Solo nebulizer to increase the aerosol emitted that reach the patient. The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of this holding chamber with the nebulizer and determine its usability with other nebulizers. METHODS: The study was divided into 2 parts. In the first part, aerosol emitted of 1 mL respirable solution (nominal dose of 5000 μg salbutamol), delivered by using the mesh nebulizer, Pro nebulizer, and jet nebulizer, connected to a T-piece or a holding chamber, was determined by using a breathing simulator set to provide a tidal volume of 500 mL, frequency of 15 breaths/min, and the inspiratory-expiratory ratio of 1:1 for adults as the quiet breathing pattern. Aerodynamic particle size characterizations were determined by using a cooled cascade impactor at an inhalation flow of 15 L/min. In the second part of the study, 12 healthy nonsmoking subjects (6 females) >18 y, with an FEV1 > 90% were enrolled. Inhaled aerosol of 1 mL respirable solution (5,000 μg salbutamol) was delivered through the mesh nebulizer-holding chamber and an mesh nebulizer-T-piece using normal tidal breathing. The subjects provided urine samples 30 min after dosing and cumulatively collected their urine for 24 h. The samples were analyzed for salbutamol content. RESULTS: The holding chamber significantly increased aerosol emitted by the 3 nebulizers compared with the T-piece (P < .01) and relatively decreased the mass median aerodynamic diameter but with no significant difference. The mesh nebulizer-holding chamber resulted in significantly higher aerosol emitted compared with any other delivery method tested (P < .01). The mesh nebulizer-holding chamber resulted in higher urine samples 30 min after dosing (as an index of lung deposition) and cumulatively collected urine for 24 h (as an index of systemic absorption) compared with the nebulizer-T-piece (P < .05). CONCLUSIONS: The use of the holding chamber with a jet nebulizer, Pro nebulizer, and the Solo nebulizer significantly increased the aerosol delivery. The Solo nebulizer-holding chamber had the highest aerosol emitted compared with all nebulizer-adapter combinations and higher urine samples 30 min after dosing and cumulatively collected urine for 24 h compared with the nebulizer-T-piece. PMID: 29789412 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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