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farmanbar R, guozliyan M, Baghaie M, moghadamniya M T, chinikar M, atrkarruoshan Z. Effect of complete bed rest duration on vascular complication after angiography ‎in hospitalized patients in post angiography units in health centers in Rasht. J Holist Nurs Midwifery. 2008; 18 (2) :23-31
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Effect of complete bed rest duration on vascular complication after angiography in hospitalized patients in post angiography units in health centers in Rasht

By: Gozaliyan, M, MSN. Farmanbar, R, PhD. Baghaee, M, MSN. Moghadamnia, M, MSN. Chinikar, M, MD. Rooshan, Z, MS in Statistics

Abstract:

Introduction: Coronary artery angiography is an important diagnostic method in patients with coronary disease which like other diagnostic methods has side effects. The important complication of it is vascular side effects (hematoma and bleeding) in place of sheet insertion. In order to control it, one must be in complete bed rest (CBR) and in no reference an exact time is mentioned for it.

Objective: This study was conducted to determine the effect of CBR duration on vascular complication after angiography.

Methods: This is a clinical trial method with random sampling. 120 patients were divided into two groups of experiment (2 hour CBR) and the control group (6 hours CBR) and were compared regarding vascular side effects. Arterial sheet was removed in both groups immediately after patients transfer to post-angio and maintaining primary hemostasis by applying manual pressure with a transparent dressing for observation. Vascular complications were controlled in both groups up to 24 hours after procedure.

Results: Findings revealed that both groups were matched regarding age, sex, BMI, sheet size, coagulation tests, and length of manual pressure and duration of angiography. There was no significant statistical difference in rate of vascular complications in both groups.

Conclusion: It is possible to take patient out of CBR after two hours past angiography done through femor. Implementing this method of care can shorten the time of hospitalization, provide more comfort to the patient, decrease bed occupancy and decrease costs.

Key wordsCoronary angiography, vascular complication, ambulation, bed rest

Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2014/08/23 | Accepted: 2014/08/23 | Published: 2014/08/23

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