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Effectiveness of agitation management strategy on blood pressure among patients with hypertension

Pravin S.Shewale, DR. Vaishali R. Mohite, Mahesh B. Chendake, Manisha C. Gholap, NamrataMohite, Dr.Abhijeetshelake, Mahesh B. Chendake.

Abstract
Background: Hypertension is an invisible killer that rarely causes symptoms but is a significant
public health challenge because of its high prevalence and concomitant risk of coronary artery disease, heart
failure, cerebrovascular diseases and chronic renal failure. Agitation management strategy is one of the
non-pharmacological modality. This strategy consist of two interventional package Autogenic meditation and
Guided imaginary; which decrease the effect of stress, decrease sympathetic activity, increase parasympathetic
tone and improve physical and mental health that by reducinghypertension.
Objectives: To determinethe level of blood pressure among hypertensive clients before and after Agitation
Management strategy. To evaluate the effectiveness of agitation management in reducing blood pressure among
hypertensive clients. To find out the association between hypertensive clients and there selected demographic
Methods: Aquantitative approach.The Pre - experimental research design used in the study. The setting Krishna
hospital Karad population comprises hypertension patientsamong the age group of 25 to 70 years. Sample size of
one hundred five patients.
Results: In stage I, Post diastolic blood pressure was significantly lower 28 (26.7%) than stage II 55(52.4%)
(p=0.05). 54(51.1%) patients were in Hypertension stage I, 51(48.6%) patients were in Hypertension stage II
before Agitation Management strategy. 77(73.3%) patients were in Hypertension stage I, 28(26.7%) patients were
in Hypertension stage II after Agitation Management strategy. The analysis revealed that there was an association
with duration of illness (in years) for hypertensive patients.
Conclusion:It concluded that the agitation management strategy is helpful to reduce hypertension.

Key words: agitation management strategy,effectiveness,hypertension,autogenic exercise,guided imaginary


 
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Pravin S.Shewale, DR. Vaishali R. Mohite, Mahesh B. Chendake, Manisha C. Gholap, NamrataMohite, Dr.Abhijeetshelake, Mahesh B. Chendake. Effectiveness of agitation management strategy on blood pressure among patients with hypertension . JCR. 2020; 7(15): 1197-1216. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.160


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Pravin S.Shewale, DR. Vaishali R. Mohite, Mahesh B. Chendake, Manisha C. Gholap, NamrataMohite, Dr.Abhijeetshelake, Mahesh B. Chendake. Effectiveness of agitation management strategy on blood pressure among patients with hypertension . JCR. 2020; 7(15): 1197-1216. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.160



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Pravin S.Shewale, DR. Vaishali R. Mohite, Mahesh B. Chendake, Manisha C. Gholap, NamrataMohite, Dr.Abhijeetshelake, Mahesh B. Chendake. Effectiveness of agitation management strategy on blood pressure among patients with hypertension . JCR. (2020), [cited June 29, 2020]; 7(15): 1197-1216. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.160



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Pravin S.Shewale, DR. Vaishali R. Mohite, Mahesh B. Chendake, Manisha C. Gholap, NamrataMohite, Dr.Abhijeetshelake, Mahesh B. Chendake (2020) Effectiveness of agitation management strategy on blood pressure among patients with hypertension . JCR, 7 (15), 1197-1216. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.160



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Pravin S.Shewale, DR. Vaishali R. Mohite, Mahesh B. Chendake, Manisha C. Gholap, NamrataMohite, Dr.Abhijeetshelake, Mahesh B. Chendake. 2020. Effectiveness of agitation management strategy on blood pressure among patients with hypertension . Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (15), 1197-1216. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.160



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Pravin S.Shewale, DR. Vaishali R. Mohite, Mahesh B. Chendake, Manisha C. Gholap, NamrataMohite, Dr.Abhijeetshelake, Mahesh B. Chendake. "Effectiveness of agitation management strategy on blood pressure among patients with hypertension ." Journal of Critical Reviews 7 (2020), 1197-1216. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.160



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Pravin S.Shewale, DR. Vaishali R. Mohite, Mahesh B. Chendake, Manisha C. Gholap, NamrataMohite, Dr.Abhijeetshelake, Mahesh B. Chendake. "Effectiveness of agitation management strategy on blood pressure among patients with hypertension ." Journal of Critical Reviews 7.15 (2020), 1197-1216. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.160



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Pravin S.Shewale, DR. Vaishali R. Mohite, Mahesh B. Chendake, Manisha C. Gholap, NamrataMohite, Dr.Abhijeetshelake, Mahesh B. Chendake (2020) Effectiveness of agitation management strategy on blood pressure among patients with hypertension . Journal of Critical Reviews, 7 (15), 1197-1216. doi:10.31838/jcr.07.15.160





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