Educating patients about anesthesia: A systematic review of randomized controlled trials of media-based interventions
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摘要In this systematic review, we compared the effectiveness of media-based patient education about anesthesia. Fifteen randomized controlled trials (n = 1506) were identified after a systematic search of electronic databases (MEDLINE, EMBASE, CINAHL, PSYCINFO, The Cochrane Controlled Trials Registry), published articles, and contact with authors. Outcomes assessed were anxiety, knowledge, and patient satisfaction. Anxiety levels before anesthesia were less intense in subjects receiving the video and printed information compared with those receiving no intervention (weighted mean difference of 3; 95% confidence interval [95%CI], 1-5 Spielberger's State and Trait Anxiety Inventory). Patients in the video group were more likely to answer all knowledge questions correctly compared with patients with no intervention (relative risk of 6.64; 95%CI, 2.05-21.52). The level of knowledge about pain management was higher in the video group compared with patients with no intervention (weighted mean difference of 17%; 95%CI, 9-25). However, the level of patient satisfaction with the intervention (expectation. versus actual anesthetic experience) was similar between the groups (relative risk of 1.06; 95%CI, 0.93-1.22). This systematic review supports the use of video and printed information about general process and risks of anesthesia for patient education before surgery.
著者Lee A, Chui PT, Gin T
會議名稱Meeting of the Australian-and-New-Zealand-College-of-Anaesthetists
會議開始日11.05.2002
會議完結日15.05.2002
會議地點BRISBANE
期刊名稱Anesthesia and Analgesia
出版年份2003
月份5
日期1
卷號96
期次5
出版社Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins
頁次1424 - 1431
國際標準期刊號0003-2999
電子國際標準期刊號1526-7598
語言英式英語
Web of Science 學科類別Anesthesiology; ANESTHESIOLOGY

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