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The association between sleep quality and headache intensity of post dural puncture headache in cesarean section surgeries in Imam sajjad hospital of Yasuji in 2017
Leila Manzouri 1 , Naser Farhadi 2, Jahanbakhsh Vahdatnejhad 3
1- Assistant Professor Yasuj University of Medical Sciences
2- Assistant Professor Yasuj University of Medical Sciences , naserfarhadi42@yahoo.com
3- instructor Yasuj University of Medical Sciences
Abstract:   (252 Views)
Introduction: Sleep and pain problems are among the main concerns of the health sector. But the exact relationship between these two important has been studied less. Therefore, this study was designed to determine the relationship between sleep quality score and severity of spinal headache.
 
Methods: This is a cross-sectional (descriptive-analytic) study. In this study, 90 pregnant women who were candidates for optional cesarean section were selected randomly by written and informed consent with spinal anesthesia. Sleep quality one month before delivery was measured by the Pentagon Sleep Inventory and the severity of the spinal headache in the patients was evaluated 48 hours after spinal anesthesia and seven days later by means of a numerical scale scale. Data were analyzed using SPSS 23 software, descriptive statistics, Spearman correlation coefficient, mean and standard deviation.
Results: The mean and standard deviation of the age of 90 subjects in the study was 29.8 ± 5.56, the mean and standard deviation of sleep quality score were 12.13 ± 2.01. In 48 hours after spinal anesthesia (24 patients) 26.7% of participants reported some degree of headache. On the 7th day after the spinal anesthesia (27 patient) 30% of the participants reported a degree of headache. There was a significant relationship between sleep quality score and severity of headache 48 hours after spinal anesthesia (P <.05). There was no significant relationship between sleep quality score and severity of headache 7 days after spinal anesthesia (P> 0.05). There was a significant correlation between severity of headache 48 hours after spinal anesthesia and severity of headache 7 days later (p <.05). There was no significant relationship between sleep quality score and age between age and severity of headache 48 hours after bleeding There was no significant relationship between sense.
Conclusion: In this study, the relationship between sleep quality and spinal headache has been shown, but more and similar evaluations and studies in other populations and operations other than cesarean section are needed to complete and confirm this relationship in the future.
Introduction: Sleep and pain problems are among the main concerns of the health sector. But the exact relationship between these two important has been studied less. Therefore, this study was designed to determine the relationship between sleep quality score and severity of spinal headache.
 
Methods: This is a cross-sectional (descriptive-analytic) study. In this study, 90 pregnant women who were candidates for optional cesarean section were selected randomly by written and informed consent with spinal anesthesia. Sleep quality one month before delivery was measured by the Pentagon Sleep Inventory and the severity of the spinal headache in the patients was evaluated 48 hours after spinal anesthesia and seven days later by means of a numerical scale scale. Data were analyzed using SPSS 23 software, descriptive statistics, Spearman correlation coefficient, mean and standard deviation.
Results: The mean and standard deviation of the age of 90 subjects in the study was 29.8 ± 5.56, the mean and standard deviation of sleep quality score were 12.13 ± 2.01. In 48 hours after spinal anesthesia (24 patients) 26.7% of participants reported some degree of headache. On the 7th day after the spinal anesthesia (27 patient) 30% of the participants reported a degree of headache. There was a significant relationship between sleep quality score and severity of headache 48 hours after spinal anesthesia (P <.05). There was no significant relationship between sleep quality score and severity of headache 7 days after spinal anesthesia (P> 0.05). There was a significant correlation between severity of headache 48 hours after spinal anesthesia and severity of headache 7 days later (p <.05). There was no significant relationship between sleep quality score and age between age and severity of headache 48 hours after bleeding There was no significant relationship between sense.
Conclusion: In this study, the relationship between sleep quality and spinal headache has been shown, but more and similar evaluations and studies in other populations and operations other than cesarean section are needed to complete and confirm this relationship in the future.
 
Keywords: Sleep quality, post dural puncture headache, cesarean section, spinal anesthesia
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Clinical
Received: 2017/12/8 | Accepted: 2018/06/11 | Published: 2018/08/3
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Manzouri L, Farhadi N, Vahdatnejhad J. The association between sleep quality and headache intensity of post dural puncture headache in cesarean section surgeries in Imam sajjad hospital of Yasuji in 2017. Armaghane danesh. 2018; 23 (3)
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