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PRERECORDED HYPNOTIC PERI-SURGICAL INTERVENTION TO ALLEVIATE RISK OF CHRONIC POSTSURGICAL PAIN IN TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED PILOT STUDY.

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Summary of "PRERECORDED HYPNOTIC PERI-SURGICAL INTERVENTION TO ALLEVIATE RISK OF CHRONIC POSTSURGICAL PAIN IN TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED PILOT STUDY."

This pilot study evaluated the effect sizes associated with prerecorded hypnotic interventions provided during the perisurgical period for reducing risk factors associated with chronic postsurgical pain, including acute postsurgical pain, anxiety, depression, and pain catastrophizing. A total of 25 participants (N = -25) were randomly assigned to receive a hypnotic intervention (n = 8), minimal-effect treatment (n = 8), or treatment as usual (n = 9) during their hospital stay for total knee replacement (TKR). Participants were followed for 6 months after hospital discharge. Results indicate that prerecorded hypnotic intervention exerted medium effects for reducing acute postsurgical pain and large effects for reducing perisurgical anxiety and pain catastrophizing. The findings indicate that a fully powered clinical trial to evaluate the beneficial effects of prerecorded hypnosis to manage pain and psychological distress in patients undergoing TKR is warranted.

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Name: The International journal of clinical and experimental hypnosis
ISSN: 1744-5183
Pages: 217-245

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