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42. Comparing Simplified EEG Monitoring Tool With Standard EEG Monitoring in Patients With Acute Neurological Insult

compromise the brain at risk. Thus far, continuous EEG (cEEG) is the only clinical instrument that is able to detect the development of early epileptic activity. Unfortunately, cEEG is not available in most ICUs and is labor-intensive, expensive and difficult to interpret for non-trained physicians. Therefore, a more simple and prognostic accurate EEG device is highly warranted to detect seizures in an early stage so that patients might benefit from a specific and early treatment. A validation study (...) Date : May 2018 Estimated Study Completion Date : May 2018 Arms and Interventions Go to Arm Intervention/treatment study group Patients (age ≥ 18 years) admitted to the ICU with an acute neurological insult which will be sedated/ventilated (Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) ≤ 8). Device: Bispectral index (BIS) EEG monitoring The Bispectral Index (BIS) EEG monitor is a simplified EEG monitoring device which was originally designed to monitor the depth of hypnosis during general anesthesia. It does

2015 Clinical Trials

43. Procedural Sedation

. Comparative trials comparing a mixture of ketamine and propofol, referred to as ketofol, have also been reported. [ , , ] Nitrous oxide (N2O) for analgesia and sedation has been used for years in pediatric patients and is currently used for adult colonoscopy, in labor and other nonoperating room procedures. The short half-life of N2O allows a quicker recovery than most sedative/analgesics. N2O has been shown to be as effective as other sedatives with little pulmonary or cardiovascular risk compared (...) (Precedex) is utilized for procedural sedation in pediatric and adult patients. [ ] It is an alpha2-adrenergic agonist that provides sedation, anxiolysis, hypnosis, analgesia, and sympatholysis. , another alpha2 agonist, has been shown to decrease anesthetic requirements and thus prompted the study and creation of this drug. [ , ] Clonidine, however, is not used for sedation, Dexmedetomidine is gaining favor for procedural and ICU sedation as well as in the operating room for short procedures and awake

2014 eMedicine.com

44. Conversion Disorder (Follow-up)

Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA)/Emergency Medical Transfer and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) regulations (see ). Previous Next: Complications Errors in diagnosis of conversion disorder are not uncommon. With newer diagnostic testing, instances of false-positive diagnoses of conversion disorder in which a neurological disease is later identified are around 4%. Authors have reported various organic diseases in patients who were initially diagnosed with conversion disorder. In one case report (...) (psychogenic) movement disorders: merging mind and brain. Lancet Neurol . 2012 Mar. 11(3):250-60. . Feinstein A. Conversion disorder: advances in our understanding. CMAJ . 2011 May 17. 183(8):915-20. . . Vuilleumier P. Brain circuits implicated in psychogenic paralysis in conversion disorders and hypnosis. Neurophysiol Clin . 2014 October. 44(4):323-37. . Mai FM. "Hysteria" in clinical neurology. Can J Neurol Sci . 1995 May. 22(2):101-10. . Dula DJ, DeNaples L. Emergency department presentation of patients

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

45. Clinical Practice Guidelines for Psychosocial Interventions in Severe Mental Illness

interventions 34 5. Psychosocial type rehabilitation interventions 35 5.1. Psychological interventions 35 5.1.1 Cognitive-behavioural therapys 35 5.1.2 Psychodynamic psychotherapies and psychoanalytical approach 49 5.1.3 Interpersonal therapy 51 5.1.4 Supportive therapy 52 5.1.5 Family interventions 55 5.1.6 Pyschoeducational interventions 66 5.1.7 Cognitive rehabilitation 69 5.1.8 Other psychotherapies: morita therapy, drama therapy, distraction therapy and hypnosis 74 5.2. Social interventions 77 5.2.1 (...) de Castilla-La Mancha para la Integración Socio-Laboral del Enfermo Mental (FISLEM). Toledo. Antonio Lobo Satué. Specialist physician in psychiatry. Hospital Clínico Universitario “Lozano Blesa”. Zaragoza. Lilisbeth Perestelo Pérez. Clinical psychologist. Servicio de Evaluación y Plani? cación de la Dirección del Servicio Canario de la Salud. Santa Cruz de Tenerife External Review Miguel Bernardo Arroyo. Specialist physician in psychiatry. Hospital Clínic. Barcelona. Manuel Camacho Laraña

2009 GuiaSalud

46. Uterine Contractility and Cervical Dilatation (PubMed)

Uterine Contractility and Cervical Dilatation 14864579 2004 02 15 2018 12 01 0035-9157 44 8 1951 Aug Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine Proc. R. Soc. Med. Uterine contractility and cervical dilatation. 695-702 REYNOLDS S R M SR eng Journal Article England Proc R Soc Med 7505890 0035-9157 OM Female Humans Hypnosis Labor Stage, First Labor, Obstetric Muscle Contraction Pregnancy Uterus 5120:98180:463:527 HYPNOSIS LABOR 1951 8 1 1951 8 1 0 1 1951 8 1 0 0 ppublish 14864579 PMC2081855 Surg

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1951 Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine

47. Pain

procedures. Sugar did not affect pain-related in the brains of newborns one second after the heel lance procedure. Sweet liquid by mouth moderately reduces the rate and duration of crying caused by immunization injection in children between one and twelve months of age. Psychological [ ] Individuals with more experience less cancer pain, take less pain medication, report less labor pain and are less likely to use during childbirth, or suffer from chest pain after . can significantly affect pain intensity (...) and childbirth. A 2007 review of 13 studies found evidence for the efficacy of hypnosis in the reduction of chronic pain under some conditions, though the number of patients enrolled in the studies was low, raising issues related to the statistical power to detect group differences, and most lacked credible controls for placebo or expectation. The authors concluded that "although the findings provide support for the general applicability of hypnosis in the treatment of chronic pain, considerably more

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2012 Wikipedia

48. Psychology

to argue for segregated schools and economic functions—i.e. the preferential training of for manual labor. These practices were criticized by black intellectuals such a and . Eugenicists used mental testing to justify and organize of individuals classified as . In the United States, tens of thousands of men and women were sterilized. Setting a precedent which has never been overturned, the U.S. Supreme Court affirmed the constitutionality of this practice in the 1907 case . Today mental testing

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49. Grief

. Depression and loneliness are very common. Feeling bitter and resentful are normal feelings for the spouse who is "left behind". Oftentimes, the widow/widower may feel it necessary to seek professional help in dealing with their new life. Furthermore, most couples have a division of 'tasks' or 'labor', e.g., the husband mows the yard, the wife pays the bills, etc. which, in addition to dealing with great grief and life changes, means added responsibilities for the bereaved. Immediately after the death (...) , believe that you did something wrong or could have prevented the death, feel as if life isn’t worth living, have lost your sense of purpose in life, wish you had died along with your loved one." Professionals can use multiple ways to help someone cope and move through their grief. Hypnosis is sometimes used as an adjunct therapy in helping patients experiencing grief. Hypnosis enhances and facilitates mourning and helps patients to resolve traumatic grief. Lichtenthal and Cruess (2010) studied how

2012 Wikipedia

50. Scientology and psychiatry

to incarcerate me quickly." Two decades later, in 1972, Hubbard would write to followers: the NY Times Literary Section began an attack and a lot of violent track ran by which included DR. MEYER-ZELIG, a psychiatrist in San Francisco master-minding a kidnapping of me to fly me to St. Louis and be put away. His (Zelig’s) plans miscarried. MILES HOLLISTER, formerly a psych student, got hold of SARA NORTHRUP (really Komknoidominoff) (or ov) and handed her over to Zelig who put her in deep hypnosis, fixated her (...) should be taken to a hospital and he needed to see her before prescribing anything. They objected, expressing fear that McPherson would be put under psychiatric care. Dr. Janice Johnson, a senior medical officer at Flag Land Base who was assigned to care for McPherson, stated that McPherson had been gasping and had labored breathing while en route. However they passed a total of four hospitals along the way to their ultimate destination. When they arrived at Minkoff's hospital 45 minutes north

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51. Pain Relief in Labour

for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) advises that it should NOT be offered to women in established labour [ ] . Complementary therapies A Cochrane review looked at studies involving acupuncture, acupressure, aromatherapy, hypnosis, massage and relaxation techniques [ , , , ] . The trials of acupuncture showed a decreased need for pain relief. Women taught self-hypnosis had decreased requirements for pharmacological analgesia, including epidural analgesia, and were more satisfied with their pain (...) management in labour compared with controls. No differences were seen for women receiving aromatherapy [ ] . Acupuncture and hypnosis may be beneficial for the management of pain during labour; however, the number of women studied has been small. Few other complementary therapies have been subjected to proper scientific study. Water/birthing pool Immersion in water during labour is claimed to increase maternal relaxation and reduce analgesic requirements. It is supported by the Royal College of Midwives

2008 Mentor

52. Pain Management Options During Labour

labours in water. Waterproof Dopplers for intermittent auscultation and ultrasound transducers for electronic fetal monitoring, when indicated, are available. Showers, and warm or cold packs to the lower back or abdomen can also provide relief. 2.5 PSYCHOPROPHYLAXIS & COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES Acupuncture and hypnosis may help relieve labour pain. 9 More research is needed to evaluate the effectiveness of commonly used alternative therapies such as: • acupressure 10 • visualization • biofeedback • music (...) oxide can cause nausea, vomiting, dizziness and poor recall of labor. Loss of consciousness can result from prolonged inhalation when someone other than the mother holds the mask. Considerations: • the room should be well ventilated (scavenging is recommended) • useful during rapid labour, transition, or suturing the perineum • effects are non-cumulative • inhalation of Entonox should commence as soon as the contraction starts and stop when the contraction has neared completion • self-administration

2007 British Columbia Perinatal Health Program

53. Improved obstetric outcomes using hypnotic analgesia and skill mastery combined with childbirth education. (PubMed)

control Ss received relaxation and breathing exercises typically used in childbirth education. Both hypnotic Ss and highly susceptible Ss reported reduced pain. Hypnotically prepared births had shorter Stage 1 labors, less medication, higher Apgar scores, and more frequent spontaneous deliveries than control Ss' births. Highly susceptible, hypnotically treated women had lower depression scores after birth than women in the other 3 groups. We propose that repeated skill mastery facilitated (...) the effectiveness of hypnosis in our study.

1990 Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology Controlled trial quality: uncertain

54. Complementary and alternative medicine for labor pain: a systematic review. (PubMed)

outcome measures of labor pain.Our search strategy found 18 trials. Six of these did not meet our inclusion criteria. The remaining 12 trials involved acupuncture (2), biofeedback (1), hypnosis (2), intracutaneous sterile water injections (4), massage (2), and respiratory autogenic training (1).There is insufficient evidence for the efficacy of any of the complementary and alternative therapies for labor pain, with the exception of intracutaneous sterile water injections. For all the other treatments (...) Complementary and alternative medicine for labor pain: a systematic review. The purpose of this study was to systematically review the literature for, and critically appraise, randomized controlled trials of any type of complementary and alternative therapies for labor pain.Six electronic databases were searched from their inception until July 2003. The inclusion criteria were that they were prospective, randomized controlled trials, involved healthy pregnant women at term, and contained

2004 American journal of obstetrics and gynecology

55. [Evaluation of the peripartum effects of 2 analgesics: meperidine and tramadol, used in labor]. (PubMed)

[Evaluation of the peripartum effects of 2 analgesics: meperidine and tramadol, used in labor]. The need for analgesia to overcome pain in labour is highly requested by women today. Various ways either non pharmachologic e.g. Emotional sustain, psycho-prophylactic preparation, yoga and hypnosis or pharmachologic such as epidural blockade or parenteral are used. Therefore in our study we evaluated the efficacy and tolerability of the two opioids usually used today in parenteral analgesia

2000 Acta bio-medica de L'Ateneo parmense : organo della Società di medicina e scienze naturali di Parma Controlled trial quality: uncertain

56. Hypnosis Antenatal Training for Childbirth (HATCh): a Randomised Controlled Trial

Information provided by: Women's and Children's Hospital, Australia Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: Antenatal hypnosis is associated with a reduced need for pharmacological interventions during childbirth. This trial seeks to determine the efficacy or otherwise of antenatal group hypnosis preparation for childbirth in late pregnancy. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Pregnancy Labor Behavioral: antenatal hypnosis + audio compact disc on hypnosis Behavioral: Audio (...) Hypnosis Antenatal Training for Childbirth (HATCh): a Randomised Controlled Trial Hypnosis Antenatal Training for Childbirth (HATCh): a Randomised Controlled Trial - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding

2006 Clinical Trials

57. Hypnosis to facilitate uncomplicated birth. (PubMed)

similar to that taught by David Cheek. The goal was to reduce fear of birth and parenthood; to reduce anxiety; to reduce stress; to identify specific fears that might complicate the labor process (addressing them whenever possible); and to prepare women for the experience of labor. The attention-only group was matched to a no-contact comparison group. Women receiving prenatal hypnosis had significantly better outcomes than women who did not. Further assessment suggested that hypnosis worked (...) Hypnosis to facilitate uncomplicated birth. Prior research by the author showed that psychosocial factors distinguished complicated from uncomplicated birth outcome. The purpose of this study was to determine if prenatal hypnosis could facilitate uncomplicated birth. Following a psychosocial assessment, 520 pregnant women in their first or second trimester of pregnancy were randomized to receiving prenatal hypnosis or attention-only groups. The author provided all of the hypnosis in a manner

2004 The American journal of clinical hypnosis Controlled trial quality: uncertain

58. Randomised trial of self hypnosis for analgesia in labour. (PubMed)

Clinical Trials as Topic Delivery, Obstetric Female Humans Hypnosis methods Labor, Obstetric Pregnancy Self Care 1986 3 8 1986 3 8 0 1 1986 3 8 0 0 ppublish 3081212 PMC1339642 Br Med J. 1962 Oct 13;2(5310):951-3 13883794 Am J Obstet Gynecol. 1978 May 1;131(1):44-52 645782 (...) Randomised trial of self hypnosis for analgesia in labour. 3081212 1986 04 17 2018 11 13 0267-0623 292 6521 1986 Mar 08 British medical journal (Clinical research ed.) Br Med J (Clin Res Ed) Randomised trial of self hypnosis for analgesia in labour. 657-8 Freeman R M RM Macaulay A J AJ Eve L L Chamberlain G V GV Bhat A V AV eng Clinical Trial Journal Article Randomized Controlled Trial Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't England Br Med J (Clin Res Ed) 8302911 0267-0623 AIM IM Analgesia methods

1986 British medical journal (Clinical research ed.) Controlled trial quality: uncertain

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