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Catheterization can be a stressful experience, particularly for children and effort has gone into developing psychoeducational approaches that help prepare people for the procedure.


ReferencesEdit

  • Borzyskowski, M., Cox, A., Edwards, M., & Owen, A. (2004). Neuropathic bladder and intermittent catheterization: Social and psychological impact on families: Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology Vol 46(3) Mar 2004, 160-167.
  • Campbell, L., Clark, M., & Kirkpatrick, S. E. (1986). Stress management training for parents and their children undergoing cardiac catheterization: American Journal of Orthopsychiatry Vol 56(2) Apr 1986, 234-243.
  • Cassell, S. (1965). Effect of brief puppet therapy upon the emotional responses of children undergoing cardiac catheterization: Journal of Consulting Psychology Vol 29(1) Feb 1965, 1-8.
  • Edwards, M., Borzyskowski, M., Cox, A., & Badcock, J. (2004). Neuropathic bladder and intermittent catheterization: Social and psychological impact on children and adolescents: Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology Vol 46(3) Mar 2004, 168-177.
  • Jordan, J., & Lazanowski, C. (2007). Psychosocial Aspects of Coronary Catheterization, Angiography, and Angioplasty. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Kendall, P. C., & et al. (1979). Cognitive-behavioral and patient education interventions in cardiac catheterization procedures: The Palo Alto Medical Psychology Project: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology Vol 47(1) Feb 1979, 49-58.

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