Effect of Live Versus Recorded Music on Children Receiving Mechanical Ventilation and Sedation November Journal Article
This article reviews the effects of musical interventions in decreasing pain and anxiety which could lead to a decrease in necessity of pharmacological interventions.
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After reading the article, the learner will be able to discuss the effect of a live music intervention versus a recorded music intervention on heart rate, blood pressure, and respiratory rate in pediatric critical care patients receiving mechanical ventilation and sedation.
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