Effects of slow and deep breathing on reducing obstetric intervention in women with pregnancy-induced hypertension: a feasibility study protocol

Authors: Felton, M., Hundley, V.A., Grigsby, S. and McConnell, A.K.

Journal: Hypertension in Pregnancy

Volume: 40

Issue: 1

Pages: 81-87

eISSN: 1525-6065

ISSN: 1064-1955

DOI: 10.1080/10641955.2020.1869250

Abstract:

Objective: To evaluate whether a slow and deep breathing (SDB) intervention is acceptable to pregnant women. Methods: The trial aims to recruit 67 pregnant women who have developed pregnancy-induced hypertension (clinicaltrials.gov: NCT04059822). SDB will be undertaken daily for 10 min using a video aid and women will self-monitor blood pressure (BP) daily. At 36-weeks gestation women will complete an online questionnaire. Adherence, recruitment rates, and acceptance of the intervention will be evaluated. Conclusion: The findings from this trial will evaluate if women accept SDB as a treatment method. Initial analysis will evaluate if BP and/or obstetric interventions reduce following SDB intervention.

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Effects of slow and deep breathing on reducing obstetric intervention in women with pregnancy-induced hypertension: a feasibility study protocol.

Authors: Felton, M., Hundley, V.A., Grigsby, S. and McConnell, A.K.

Journal: Hypertens Pregnancy

Volume: 40

Issue: 1

Pages: 81-87

eISSN: 1525-6065

DOI: 10.1080/10641955.2020.1869250

Abstract:

Objective: To evaluate whether a slow and deep breathing (SDB) intervention is acceptable to pregnant women. Methods: The trial aims to recruit 67 pregnant women who have developed pregnancy-induced hypertension (clinicaltrials.gov: NCT04059822). SDB will be undertaken daily for 10 min using a video aid and women will self-monitor blood pressure (BP) daily. At 36-weeks gestation women will complete an online questionnaire. Adherence, recruitment rates, and acceptance of the intervention will be evaluated. Conclusion: The findings from this trial will evaluate if women accept SDB as a treatment method. Initial analysis will evaluate if BP and/or obstetric interventions reduce following SDB intervention.

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Effects of slow and deep breathing on reducing obstetric intervention in women with pregnancy-induced hypertension: a feasibility study protocol

Authors: Felton, M., Hundley, V.A., Grigsby, S. and McConnell, A.K.

Journal: HYPERTENSION IN PREGNANCY

Volume: 40

Issue: 1

Pages: 81-87

eISSN: 1525-6065

ISSN: 1064-1955

DOI: 10.1080/10641955.2020.1869250

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Effects of slow and deep breathing on reducing obstetric intervention in women with pregnancy-induced hypertension: A feasibility study protocol

Authors: Felton, M., Hundley, V., Grigsby, S. and McConnell, A.

Journal: Hypertension in Pregnancy

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISSN: 1064-1955

DOI: 10.1080/10641955.2020.1869250

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/35051/

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Effects of slow and deep breathing on reducing obstetric intervention in women with pregnancy-induced hypertension: a feasibility study protocol.

Authors: Felton, M., Hundley, V.A., Grigsby, S. and McConnell, A.K.

Journal: Hypertension in pregnancy

Volume: 40

Issue: 1

Pages: 81-87

eISSN: 1525-6065

ISSN: 1064-1955

DOI: 10.1080/10641955.2020.1869250

Abstract:

Objective: To evaluate whether a slow and deep breathing (SDB) intervention is acceptable to pregnant women. Methods: The trial aims to recruit 67 pregnant women who have developed pregnancy-induced hypertension (clinicaltrials.gov: NCT04059822). SDB will be undertaken daily for 10 min using a video aid and women will self-monitor blood pressure (BP) daily. At 36-weeks gestation women will complete an online questionnaire. Adherence, recruitment rates, and acceptance of the intervention will be evaluated. Conclusion: The findings from this trial will evaluate if women accept SDB as a treatment method. Initial analysis will evaluate if BP and/or obstetric interventions reduce following SDB intervention.

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Effects of slow and deep breathing on reducing obstetric intervention in women with pregnancy-induced hypertension: A feasibility study protocol

Authors: Felton, M., Hundley, V.A., Grigsby, S. and McConnell, A.K.

Journal: Hypertension in Pregnancy

Volume: 40

Issue: 1

Pages: 81-87

ISSN: 1064-1955

Abstract:

Objective: To evaluate whether a slow and deep breathing (SDB) intervention is acceptable to pregnant women.

Methods: The trial aims to recruit 67 pregnant women who have developed pregnancy-induced hypertension (clinicaltrials.gov: NCT04059822). SDB will be undertaken daily for 10 min using a video aid and women will self-monitor blood pressure (BP) daily. At 36-weeks gestation women will complete an online questionnaire. Adherence, recruitment rates, and acceptance of the intervention will be evaluated.

Conclusion: The findings from this trial will evaluate if women accept SDB as a treatment method. Initial analysis will evaluate if BP and/or obstetric interventions reduce following SDB intervention.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/35051/

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