Music therapy

Music therapy

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  • Preop Check- list
  • Well Bob, you're all set to go for your coronary angiogram
  • I'm not looking forward to this
  • Why do they ask so many questions?
  • Is this going to hurt?
  • What if something goes wrong?
  • This place is so strange. I'm uncomfortable.
  • Ok Bob, we are ready for you now. Just one last question, what kind of music do you like?
  • Bob is attending the hospital for a coronary angiogram which is an invasive procedure typically performed under local anaesthetic with or without sedation. The typical sedation used is a combination of fentanyl and midazolam.
  • Hi Bob, Dr Nick here, we're about to get underway. Would you like any medication to help you relax?
  • Hi Dr Nick, I'm ok at the moment. This one of my favourite songs!
  • Anxiety and stress is common, particularly in the preoperative and early stages of the procedure.
  • The procedure went very well Bob and your coronary arteries look great. Do you think the music helped?
  • That's great to hear. Sure did Dr Nick. It helped me not to worry so much.
  • Music interventions or therapies are known to reduce stress within procedural settings such as operating theatres and interventional radiology suites.
  • So err.. ACCA DACA it is..
  • Music therapy during invasive cardiac catheterisation significantly reduces the amount of sedation and analgesia required and in some cases can be used as a monotherapy. 
  • A significant majority of patients that experience music therapy believe that it helped them to relax.
  • After procedural "time out" is conducted, music of the patient's choice is played throughout the theatre at a level that is audible to all staff and the patient.
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