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Brief report: Evaluation of an interactive intervention designed to reduce pediatric distress during radiation therapy procedures

Journal of Pediatric Psychology

Oct 20, 2004

James L KloskyThomas E Merchant

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To evaluate the efficacy of an interactive intervention in reducing distress related to radiation therapy (RT) among pediatric cancer participants as measured by occurrence of sedation, observed behavioral distress (OBD), and heart rate (HR). Seventy-nine children receiving RT simulatio...read more

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Diagnostic Service Sources Radiology Labs Radiation Oncology
Fetal Distress
Papillon-Lefevre Disease
Neoplasms
Radiotherapy, Targeted
Mental Disorders
Malignant Childhood Neoplasm
Depressive Symptoms
Radiotherapeutic
Radiation Oncology Specialty
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Brief report: Evaluation of an interactive intervention designed to reduce pediatric distress during radiation therapy procedures

Journal of Pediatric Psychology

Oct 20, 2004

James L KloskyThomas E Merchant

PMID: 15491984

DOI: 10.1093/jpepsy/jsh064

Abstract

To evaluate the efficacy of an interactive intervention in reducing distress related to radiation therapy (RT) among pediatric cancer participants as measured by occurrence of sedation, observed behavioral distress (OBD), and heart rate (HR). Seventy-nine children receiving RT simulatio...read more

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Diagnostic Service Sources Radiology Labs Radiation Oncology
Fetal Distress
Papillon-Lefevre Disease
Neoplasms
Radiotherapy, Targeted
Mental Disorders
Malignant Childhood Neoplasm
Depressive Symptoms
Radiotherapeutic
Radiation Oncology Specialty
49

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