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Mulberry Syrup on Oral Mucositis Healing

2019-10-11 10:03:37 | BioPortfolio

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Objective: This study was carried out to investigate the effectiveness of oral care with black mulberry syrup on oral mucositis healing in individuals with COPD.

Study Design: The quantitative part of the study was conducted as a randomized controlled experimental study, the qualitative section was conducted by in-depth interview method. The study was performed with 40 patients who were hospitalized in the Chest Diseases Clinic. In addition to the standard practice of the clinic, the individuals in the intervention group gargled with 5 ml black mulberry syrup and waited average one minute and then swallow it. They did this application 3 times a day after meals. 10 individuals in the intervention group were interviewed by using a semi-structured interview form.

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Objective: This mix study was carried out to investigate the effectiveness of oral care with black mulberry syrup on oral mucositis healing in individuals with COPD.

Study Design: The quantitative part of the study was conducted as a randomized controlled experimental study, the qualitative section was conducted by in-depth interview method. Approval from the Ethics Committee and written permission from the institution were obtained. After the participants were informed about the purpose of the study, their written consents were obtained. The study was performed with 40 patients who were hospitalized in the Chest Diseases Clinic. In addition to the standard practice of the clinic, the individuals in the intervention group gargled with 5 ml black mulberry syrup and waited average one minute and then swallow it. They did this application 3 times a day after meals. 10 individuals in the intervention group were interviewed by using a semi-structured interview form.

Study Design

Conditions

Oral Mucositis

Intervention

Black Mulberry Syrup

Location

Erciyes University
Kayseri
Turkey
38039

Status

Completed

Source

TC Erciyes University

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