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Cleveland, Ohio 44109


Purpose:

The purpose of this study is to investigate the effects of patient-preferred music, relaxation music, and standard care environment on patients in intensive care units.


Study summary:

This study is a prospective randomized clinical trial. The purpose of this 4-stage study is to explore the effects of patient-preferred music, relaxation music, and standard care environment on patients in intensive care units. Stage 1: Recommendation of relaxation music by music therapists who serves as expert panel Stage 2: Analysis of recommended relaxation music by music therapists Stage 3: Content validation of relaxation music by healthy adults Stage 4: Comparison of patients' physiological, psychological, and biological responses to patient-preferred music, relaxation music, and standard care environment


Criteria:

Inclusion Criteria: Communicative (non-intubated, non-sedated) - At least three days of admission (excluding day of admission) - 18 years or older - Mean arterial blood pressure equal or greater than 65 throughout study - Mean SpO2 equal or greater than 90 throughout study - Glasgow coma scale equal or greater than 14 - Bilirubin level less than 5 - Ammonia level less than 1 - Hematocrit level greater than 15 - BUN equal or less than 100 Non-communicative (intubated, sedated) - At least three days of admission (excluding day of admission) - 18 years or older - Mean arterial blood pressure equal or greater than 65 throughout study - Mean SpO2 equal or greater than 90 throughout study - Glasgow coma scale equal or greater than 10 - Bilirubin level less than 5 - Ammonia level less than 1 - Hematocrit level greater than 15 - BUN equal or less than 100 Exclusion Criteria: Communicative (non-intubated, non-sedated) - Patients admitted for or less than 3 days - Patients with hearing impairments - Patients with neurological impairments that might impair their ability to process information - Patients on glucocorticoid medications - Patients with mental health diagnoses and currently experiencing active psychosis such as hallucinations and/or delusions - Patient's condition altered dramatically over the 3 days of research Non-communicative (intubated, sedated) - Patients admitted for or less than 3 days - Patients with hearing impairments - Patients with neurological impairments that might impair their ability to process information - Patients on glucocorticoid medications - Patients with mental health diagnoses and currently experiencing active psychosis such as hallucinations and/or delusions - Patient's condition altered dramatically over the 3 days of research


NCT ID:

NCT00823017


Primary Contact:

Study Chair
Xueli Tan, MM, MT-BC
The Cleveland Music School Settlement


Backup Contact:

N/A


Location Contact:

Cleveland, Ohio 44109
United States



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Site Status: N/A


Data Source: ClinicalTrials.gov

Date Processed: October 09, 2019

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