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An Investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice

An Investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice

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Published by Oxford Centre for Health Care Research and Development in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Bibliography, p.73-79.

StatementE. Burns ... [et al.].
SeriesReport / Oxford Centre for Health Care Research and Development -- no.7
ContributionsBurns, Ethel., Oxford Centre for Health Care Research and Development.
The Physical Object
Pagination85p. ;
Number of Pages85
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22618045M
ISBN 101902606043

  The use of aromatherapy during labor is an affordable practice. In one study, they found that the cost of providing aromatherapy during labor would only cost about $ to treat 3, women. Aromatherapy could be used during labor to help manage pain, anxiety or to help someone sleep. An investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice. J Altern Complement Med 6 (2): , Kite SM, Maher EJ, Anderson K, et al.: Development of an aromatherapy service at a Cancer Centre.

An investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice. J Altern Complement Med 6 (2): , Cohen BM, Dressler WE: .   An investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice Changes in salivary oxytocin after inhalation of clary sage essential oil scent in term-pregnant women: a feasibility pilot study.

  Aromatherapy is safe and convenient. It can be used at home, at a birthing center or hospital, or even while en route to the hospital. Sources. Burns E, Blamey C, Ersser S, Barnetson L, Lloyd A. An investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice. Journal Of Alternative And Complementary Medicine (New York, N.Y. An Investigation into the Use of Aromatherapy in Intrapartum Midwifery Practice The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine Vol. 6: Tiran D. Aromatherapy in Pregnancy and Childbirth (2nd Ed.) London: Churchill Livingstone. Tiran D and Mack S. Complementary Therapies for Pregnancy and Childbirth (2nd Ed.).


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An Investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice Download PDF EPUB FB2

Results: The use of aromatherapy during childbirth was an increasingly popular care option with mothers and midwives. More than 50% of mothers rated it as helpful, and only 14% found it unhelpful. The use of aromatherapy was not confined to low-risk mothers. Sixty percent of the sample were primigravidae, and 32% overall had had their labor by: An investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice.

Burns EE(1), Blamey C, Ersser SJ, Barnetson L, Lloyd AJ. Author information: (1)Oxford Centre for Health Care Research and Development Oxford Brookes University, United by: The principal aim of the study was to examine the contribution of aromatherapy to the promotion of maternal comfort during labor and as a tool to improve the quality of midwifery care.

Evaluative study. An Investigation into the Use of Aromatherapy in Intrapartum Midwifery Practice Article in The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 6(2) May with Reads.

Interventions: Women were offered aromatherapy to relieve anxiety, pain, nausea and/or vomiting or to strengthen contractions. Routine data collected on the use of aromatherapy over the period were analyzed.

Data from the unit audit were used to provide a comparison group of mothers not given aromatherapy (n = 15,) from the study center. The use of aromatherapy was not confined to low-risk mothers. Sixty percent of the sample were primigravidae, and 32% overall had had their labor induced.

The administration of aromatherapy in childbirth did appear to reduce the need for additional pain relief in a proportion of mothers. The use of pethidine pethidine Subject Category: Chemicals and Chemical Groups see more details declined from 6% to % of women during the period of the study.

It was also shown that aromatherapy may have the potential to augment labour contractions for women in dysfunctional labour. A very low number of associated adverse symptoms were reported (1%).Cited by: An Investigation into the Use of Aromatherapy in Intrapartum Midwifery Practice.

Download Free Full-Text of an article AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE USE OF AROMATHERAPY IN INTRAPARTUM MIDWIFERY PRACTICE Click for new scientific resources and news about Corona[COVID] Use Online Translation Powered ByCited by:   The study-took place over a period of 8 years, which enabled a more challenging test of the effect of aromatherapy on intrapartum midwifery practice and outcomes.

In the study a total of 10 essential oils were used, plus a carrier oil, which were administered to the. The article discusses complementary therapies for childbirth in Great Britain.

Many British maternity units now provide therapies such as aromatherapy, reflexology or acupuncture as part of normal midwifery care, especially during labour.

Some midwives who were trained massage practitioners Aromatherapy for childbearing. The use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice: an observational study. Oxford: OCHRAD; ]. Overall, however, service provision remains patchy and ad hoc with little evidence of a.

A book on aromatherapy in children suggests aromatherapy remedies for everything from acne to whooping cough. Published studies regarding the uses of aromatherapy have generally focused on its psychological effects (used as a stress reliever or anxiolytic agent) or its use as a topical treatment for skin-related conditions.

Burns et al. () An Investigation into the Use of Aromatherapy in Intrapartum Midwifery Practice, The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, vol 6, no. 2, pp Burns et al.

() The Use of Aromatherapy in Intrapartum Midwifery Practice, An Evaluative Study, Oxford, Oxford Health Centre for Health Care Research and. An investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery Practice.

The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 6(2), The maternal comfort of 8, mothers who presented in labor at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospital Women’s Center between and were evaluated after being offered aromatherapy.

An investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery Practice. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 6(2), The maternal comfort of mothers who presented in labor at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospital Women’s Center between and were evaluated after being offered aromatherapy.

The study-took place over a period of 8 years, which enabled a more challenging test of the effect of aromatherapy on intrapartum midwifery practice and outcomes. In the study a total of 10 essential oils were used, plus a carrier oil, which were administered to. An investigation into the use of Aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice.

The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine. 6 (2), p Burns E, Zobbi V, Panzeri D, Oskrochi R, Regalia A.

An Investigation into the Use of Aromatherapy in Intrapartum Midwifery Practice. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, [online] 6(2), pp   An investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice. J Altern Complement Med. ; 6 (2)–7. Caroline AS, Carmel TC, Caroline AC.

Aromatherapy for pain management in labor. Cochrane Database Of Systematic Reviews. doi: /CD Cited by: 9. An investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.

;6(2) Date Issued: March Aromatherapy Date Revised: March Section B Review Date: March Clinical Guidelines Written by:/Authorised by: OGCCU King Edward Memorial Hospital.Burns EE, Blamey C, Ersser SJ, et al.: An investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice.

J Altern Complement Med 6 (2):Kite SM, Maher EJ, Anderson K, et al.: Development of an aromatherapy service at a Cancer Centre. Palliat Med 12 (3):The effects of clinical aromatherapy for anxiety and depression in the high risk postpartum woman – A pilot study J.

BuckleClinical aromatherapy essential oils in practice A.J. LloydAn investigation into the use of aromatherapy in intrapartum midwifery practice.

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