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Journal of Korean Academy of Fundamentals of Nursing 2010;17(4): 531
기 손 반사요법이 입원환자의 자율신경계 활성도와 스트레스 저항도에 미치는 영향
오세영1, 박옥순2, 우명이3
1서울여자간호대학
2서울여자간호대학
3가톨릭대학교 성바오로병원
Effects of Qi Hand Reflexology on Autonomic Nervous System Activity and Physical Resistance to Stress in Inpatients
Sei-Young Oh1, Ok-Soon Park2, Myung-Yi Woo3
1Seoul Women's College of Nursing
2Seoul Women's College of Nursing
3St. Paul Hospital, The Catholic University of Korea
Abstract
Purpose: This study was done to identify the effects of Qi hand reflexology on autonomic nerve activity in patients admitted to hospital.
Method: A non-equivalent control group and quasi-experimental research with pre/post test design were used and 59 patients on a medical ward were assigned to either the experimental group (32) or the control group (27). The study variables included vital signs, autonomic nerve activities (ALF (absolute low frequency), AHF (absolute high frequency), nLF (normalized low frequency), nHF (normalized high frequency), SDNN (standard deviation of all normal-normal intervals)) and were evaluated using the QECG-3 system. The experimental group was treated with Qi hand reflexology for 10 minutes per day, for 3days.
Results: Skin temperature and systolic blood pressure in the experimental decreased with treatment. ALF, AHF and SDNN for the experimental group increased with regulating proportion (nLF: nHF=6:4) and a significant difference between the groups was observed.
Conclusion: The results indicated that application of Qi hand reflexology for patients in the hospital is effective in regulating the autonomic nervous system activation. Implication of finding should be useful for future research.
Key words: Qi | Hand | Reflexology | Autonomic Nervous System | Inpatients
주요어: | | 반사요법 | 자율신경계 | 입원환자
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