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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Effect of Music Therapy on Vitals and GCS Scores of Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury at ICUS

Tarun Teja Chunduru, Nensi Gandhi

Abstract: Introduction: Traumatic brain Injury is mainly caused by external agent or force is one of the major causes of disability with altering multiple systems functioning. The centre for disease controls (CDC) and bar evaluation calculable that approximately 1.4 million patients are hospitalized yearly for remedy concerning stressful mind damage. Methodology: It is an experimental study conducted at Parul sevashram hospital at vadodara. The 20 participants were selected using Inclusion criteria: 1) With the exact history of cranio cerebral trauma.2) Brain CT results showed that fracture of skull or intra cranial haematoma.3) Patient with acute onset trauma.4) Age criteria should be 18 to 45 years.5) The patient in persistent vegetative state for 2weeks with GCS scores more than 4 and < 10.6) Patients who are under physiotherapy session in ICU’s and the vitals and gcs score after the music intervention are documented and The SPSS version 20.0 was used for statistical analysis. Results: twenty selected patients had undergone through predefined intervention for 5 days a week for 25 minutes for 5 weeks. Mean age was 27.3 (18-40 years) and majority (75 %) are male with change in SBP and DBP with a standard error of 2.18 on average and RR change with SD of 5.36 after music therapy. Conclusion: the present study shows that music therapy in TBI patient at ICU after injury it plays an important role in changing the unstable vitals parameters and also the change in Glasgow coma score after the intervention.

Keywords: Persistent vegetative state, instrumental music, vitals, Glasgow coma scale



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