Effects of a Therapeutic Interventional Magic Solution in the Prevention of Oral Mucositis for Patients Undergoing Chemotherapy
Keywords:Chemotherapy, oral mucositis, magic solution
Background: The study aimed to demonstrate the effect of a magic solution on preventing oral mucositis in patients undergoing chemotherapy.
The Methods: Study adopts pre- and post-testing as part of a quasi-experimental study design. The investigation was carried out at the Babylon Oncology Center between January 25 and May 17, 2023. Forty patients make up the study's sample, which was chosen using a non-probability sampling method. Experts validated the study instruments', and a pilot study was used to confirm the tools' dependability. Data were collected, and descriptive and inferential statistical analysis were used to analyze the data.
Results: The findings showed that 56.2 years old in the study group and 52.1 years old in the control were responders to the treatment. Sixty percent of participants were men. According to the study group's data, there was no noticeable difference in oral mucositis, severity, or toxicity between the two measurement periods known as the pre-test and post-test, which occurred before and after the intervention. The findings in the control group indicate a substantial difference in oral mucositis prevention, severity, and toxicity between two periods of measurements, such as a pre-test and a post-test (after the passage of seven days of taking the magic solution).
Conclusions: According to the results of the study, oral mucositis caused by chemotherapy can be avoided by using the magic solution. There were statistically significant differences between the study group and the control group, which indicates that the magic therapy was effective in avoiding inflammation of the oral mucosa. The intervention required additional research with a large sample size.
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