The Development of A Psychiatric Nursing Model In Schizophrenia Patients with Modified Electroconvulsive Therapy
Keywords:Psychiatric Nursing model, Schizophrenia, Modified Electroconvulsive Therapy
The present study was to develop a psychiatric nursing model in schizophrenia patients with Modified Electroconvulsive Therapy in Srithanya Hospital during February to June 2020. The collecting data tools were personal data, Visual Analogue Scale for anxiety and Visual Analogue Scale for fear. The data retrieved were statistical analyzed including descriptive statistics, chi-square, and mean difference. A psychiatric nursing model in schizophrenia patients with Modified Electroconvulsive Therapy consists of 6 activities, performed 3 times per week, every other day for 2 consecutive weeks, and 20-30 minutes period of each activity. The result revealed that the experimental group (n = 22) had a lower difference in mean fear ( = 5.56) and anxiety ( = 5.38) than before. It was lower than the difference of mean fear ( = 2.46) and anxiety ( = 2.59) of the control group (n = 22). It can be concluded the psychiatric nursing model in schizophrenia patients with Modified Electroconvulsive Therapy can reduce fear and anxiety effectively. It is the guideline for the appropriate treatment and prevention of fear and anxiety in schizophrenic patients who have been treated Modified Electroconvulsive Therapy.
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