Research Updates: relaxation
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VANCAMPFORT and COLLEAGUES, University Psychiatric Centre Catholic University Leuven, Campus Kortenberg, Kortenberg, Belgium. Davy.Vancampfort@uc-kortenberg.be examined the efficacy of a s1
HUTH and COLLEAGUES, Center for Professional Excellence-Research and Evidence-Based Practice, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, USA evaluated the effectiveness of a guided imagery audio compact disc (CD) in redu1
JABER and others, Unite de reanimation et de transplantation, departement d’anesthesie-reanimation B, CHU de Montpellier, hopital Saint-Eloi, avenue Bertin-Sans, 34295 Montpellier cedex 05, France, s-ja1
TOTH and FABIAN TIBOR, Semmelweis Egyetem, Fogpotlastani Klinika, Budapest, Hungary, have reviewed (40 references) relaxation techniques in dentistry.Abstract: In the field of dentistry the increasing number of patients who are likely t1
BERNARDI and co-authors, Department of Internal Medicine, IRCCS S Matteo, University of Pavia, Pavia, Italy, firstname.lastname@example.org, have studied physiological changes induced by different types of music, and emphasize1
WATANABE and others, Department Health Promotion and Human Behavior, Kyoto University Graduate School of Public Health, Japan, have explored differences in relaxation response in people using guided imagery.
KIM and KIM, St Mary's Hospital, The Catholic University, Seoul 137-701, Korea, have described the effects of a relaxation breathing exercise on fatigue in patients after haemopoietic stem cell transplant.
ROYKULCHAROEN and GOOD, Surgical Nursing Department, College of Nursing, The Thai Red Cross Society, Pathumwan, Bangkok, Thailand. email@example.com, have conducted a trial of systematic relaxation to relieve post-operative pain.